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History Meets Hip-Hop host Syreeta Gates, who can also be heard weekly on New York's WBAI public radio, pays homage to Black History Month via its founder, Carter G. Woodson—and his slew of equally accomplished namesakes. "Godwyn, Dwayne, Betty, Bunchie and Shawn. What do they have in common?" she asks before launcing into the infectious Lil' Wayne track Mr. Carter. "As Kanye West said, 'I make black history every day. I don't need a month.' And we don't. But we are still appreciative," she adds. "What bridges hip-hop for me are four people in three generations: My grandmother, born in 1926, as part of the great migration from North Carolina landed in Harlem. My mother was born in 1950, in the era of the Black Panters, Young Lords and Motown sound. And then my uncles, born in the late 60s, grew up in the 80s—the real hip-hop era."
African American Conservatives host Marie Stroughter goes one on one with Carolyn Maull McKinstry, eyewitness to the 1963 Ku Klux Klan perpetrated 16th Street Baptist Church bombing in Birmingham, Ala., which claimed the lives of four of her fellow paritioners: Addie Mae Collins, 14, Denise McNair, 11, Carole Robertson, 14, and Cynthia Wesley, 14. "It was just an ordinary Sunday. What were excited that it was Youth Sunday, which meant we were in charge of every aspect of church that day, from reading the scripture, to reading announcements to bringing the morning message," says the civil-rights activist, whose 2011 memoir, While the World Watched: A Birmingham Bombing Survivor Comes of Age during the Civil Rights Movement, recounts the horrific event. "There were two things on my mind that morning: That I was the Sunday school secretary, and I really was proud of having that job, because I was only in the seventh grade. And the second thing was that Cynthia's father was my elementary school principal, and Cynthia and I were in a social club together. We'd visit at each other's homes and drink punch and play records and just laugh and act silly as girls do. But that week, we'd placed an add in the Birmingham World newspaper announcing that the Cavalettes Club would meet Sept. 15. And then it gave you the names of the girls in the club, but it also said don't forget to bring your $3—we were ordering caps and T-shirts for everybody. So I was excited when I went to church that morning. Then all I remember after the bombing was that I went from dancing on tiptoes to just numb that evening and night and on into the week."
Film Festival Radio host Janice Malone delves into the budding career of Marcus Paulk, who plays David 'Deke' Watkins in George Lucas' WWII flick Red Tails, which tells the story of the Tuskegee Airmen, the first African American military aviators in US history. "We shot this film in Prague, Czech Republic, for about three and a half months. The day after we got there, after one night of sleep, we hopped in a van at the crack of dawn and went to boot camp for about a week and a half—military training, marching, nine-mile hikes in the mud with packs on, building tents blindfolded," says the Moesha cast member. "Working with George Lucas, you could only expect that it was going to be intense. So we didn't know exactly what to expect. But we got to go up in a P-51 fighter plane before we actually shot the film. When I did that it was like, Wow this is something I've never had to do for a role. It was better than any roller-coaster you've ever been on."
Join "Missing Pages Of History" on Saturday, March 28, 2015, at 12 Noon EST, as we discuss "The Status of Inequality & Race in America." As we explore this topic and more for this program come and join us at (818) 337-0016 or go online at: www.blogtalkradio.com/missing-pages-of-history-inc Yes, we welcome to come and help fill in our "missing pages of history."
Join "Missing )Pages of History" today, Saturday, March 14, 2015 at 12 Noon, as we continue to discuss "Hot Topics" & "Things You Should Know." Today's feature topic will be on "Ferguson...The Truth Is Comming Out." Join Us at (818) 337-0016 or go online at www.blogtalkradio.com/missing-pages-of-history-inc
"An open letter is a letter that is intended to be read by a wide audience, or a letter intended for an individual, but that is nonetheless widely distributed intentionally."
Join host Rikki R. Jones deliver for 30 minutes a letter to Women & Women's History Month as it comes to an end.............If you tune in, this letter maybe JUST BE FOR YOU!
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Former Georgia Tech RB Jimy Lincoln joins Joe Lisi on The Weekly Blitz.
Lincoln played in Atlanta from 1991-1994 and rushed for 1,601 yards averaging 4.2 yards per carry with 5 touchdowns. Lincoln had great vision and explosiveness in his game and helped lead the Yellow Jackets offensive attack during his redshirt freshman season to an 8-5 overall record.
Lincoln played the game with intensity and was not afraid to run between the tackles. He would hit the running lanes with great speed and was elusive in making tacklers miss.
Lincoln was utilized in the passing game as well and caught 35 passes in his career for 289 yards.
Join "Missing Pages of History" today, Sat. Feb. 28, 2015 at 12 Noon. Today's topic is: " From 1965 to Today...What Has Change...The Gap Inequalities?" & "DoesBlack Lives Matter?" Join us by dailing 818-337-0016 or go online at www.blogtalkradio.com/missing-pages-of-history-inc
Hello again Screamlings! Hope you all are ready for another evening of horror with the Talking Terror Crew! This week, we will be discussing a pair of 80's Vampire tales! First up, "Fright Night" (1985), a tale of young love, freaky friends and a lousy neighbor! That will be followed by "Fright Night 2" (1988), which followed on the cult success of the original! So get Peter Vincent on the phone, get the stakes and make sure you get that water blessed! We're in for a wild night! Stay Scared!
Welcome, once again, to an all new episode of Talking Terror Presents!
EC Comics was notorious in the 1950's and 60's due its horror comic
books, Tales from the Crypt and The Vault of Horror. These titles
reveled in a twisted joy of life, with ironic fates meted out to many of
the stories' protagonists. Well, in the 1970's Amicus Productions
decided to bring these types of stories to life on the big screen!
"Tales From The Crypt" (1972), a five film anthology featuring such
acting luminaries as Peter Cushing and Joan Collins! We'll follow that
with "Vault of Horror" (1973), with another five creepy tales that are
sure to chill your spine! We will also be joined by Grindhouse film
star, Edward X. Young, for who these films were extremely influential in
his life and career! We will also be joined by actor Bill Timoney,
currently starring in the current "12 Monkeys" television series, and
also very knowledgeable on the Amicus films! Be ready for a TTP Classic
people! Beware, and Stay Scared!!!!
Due to circumstances beyond anyone's control, our interview with actress LAR PARK LINCOLN didn't happen last night. Luckily, we are able to bring it to you tonight...LIVE!!! Yes Inmates and Baby Bats, we are bringing you a special Wednesday night show, that will be a special episode with just the interview and we will be playing our opening and closing themes in full for the 1st time tonight!!!
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