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Blues songs should become a major resource as we study African American history. See this neglected art form as oral history put to song increases our appreciation for it. From the Blues, we can gain great insights about the history of our ancestors in these rural areas.
Blues songs help to supplement the missing oral history and highlight similar experiences of our own ancestors who lived in the same places. Sheba, the Mississippi Queen, escaped with her mother and siblings from Sunflower Mississippi in 1965. She grew up singing the Blues in the cotton fields, and she went on to become a professional Blues Singer. See "Butter on My Roll."
Guest, Professor Rob Moore of Miami-Dade College, will also share his love of the Blues and its history with us. He has an impressive profile here: Robert "Wild Boar" Moore and Rob Moore, Blues Guitarist.
Join Host, Robin Foster, and Over Troubled Water Contributor, Sheba, the Mississippi Queen of Blues, discuss Oral History and the History of The Blues.
See: Slavery, Sharecropping, and Oppression Gave Birth to The Blues
Welcome, welcome, welcome everyone to The ChickS.H.Y.T. & Real Talk Radio Show
TONIGHT we're gonna take a look back in history, back down memory lane to see just what type of S.H.Y.T. was happening back then, that may shed some light on the state of the damn world today in our Today In History segment!
If you have a fun fact to share and you'd like it read on the air, just head on over to www.chickshyt.com. Click on the Contact The Divas and fill out the form. Make sure to type "Today In History" in the Subject line.
In honor of Mother's Day, the Divas will be honoring their moms in our Chicks We Be Lovin segment! If you have a special message for YOUR mom that you'd like the Divas to read on the air, just head over to www.chickshyt.com and click on Contact The Divas tab and simply fill out the form. Make sure to type "Mom Tribute" in the Subject line.
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Really Cool People...all across the country will be tuning-in to "The BCS Experience: History-Arts-Culture-Politics in Review & Discussion" – live – every Wednesday – 5-6 pm (EST) on www.goproradio.com.
Join us Wednesday 6 May 2015 @ 7:30pm for Moors Heritage & History School live broadcast:
Live Broadcast of Moors Heritage and History School near Harlem at Northwest Amexem
This is the Uniting of Asia - Family
We must activate our voice with law and speak with our Writs!!!
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Moors Heritage & History School in association with RVBey Publications, Moorish Nation Public Records, Moorish News
This show is the amazing story of Jade Grace, who grew up with a mother who lived in an iron lung. The iron lung was a tank respirator used to help people artificially breathe used often during the polio epedemic. It's use was usually only for several weeks until the lungs regained strength. For some like Jade's mother, it was for a lifetime. She lived 30 years on the iron lung. Jade's story is about a child's experience of interacting and loving a mother who was lived in an iron lung. Many on iron lungs were confined to institutions but Jade's father had the resources to keep her at home with all the necessary care. She even summered on Catalina Island with the family. Jade's story is a part of medical history that everyone should hear about. Her stories are capitvating and heartwarming. Be sure to tune.
Whither the Family Medical History? As a family fanatic in a "Families Only" practice, I love the FMH and use it daily- over and over again. It's rich and useful and ever changing. A JAMA Viewpoint will be the stimulus for my comments.
Food: It's killing us and saving us at the same time. Get a fork! is one of my current dogmas. Is it that simple? No wheat. More nuts. More forks.?
I'm still having fun in practice. I may be somewhat delusional since the walls are moving in with IT and EMR's everywhere. I do fear the loss of my voice as a Family Physician. I comment on my blog about the Voice of Family Medicine.
On the inaugural edition of History Today, host Paul Angel, the managing editor of The Barnes Review (TBR) history magazine, will be discussing a variety of historical matters with an eye toward how they affect our lives today.
The riots in Ferguson and Baltimore are still on everyone’s mind. The media seems obsessed with giving a forum to disgruntled blacks who are having a hard time admitting that one’s life is what one makes of it. (And one’s culture, as well.) Besides the bugaboos of “white entitlement” and “white racism,” slavery, of course, is the “reason” many blacks use to justify the sad state of the urban areas in which they dwell.
With that in mind, we will be discussing several historical events that deny this narrative.
Hundreds of thousands of Irish were sold into slavery by the British and brought to North America and the Caribbean. The men were literally worked to death, and the women used to produce an army of half-breed slaves. The Irish were the first slaves brought to the New World—not the Africans. But somehow, the Irish overcame this and thrived in America.
Michael Rockefeller, the son of the late Nelson Rockefeller, ventured off to Papua/New Guinea in the last 1950s and early 1960s to collect the art of the head-hunting cannibal Asmat people of the island. What happened to him after that is one of the great missing person’s cases of the 20th century. But now that case has been solved—and it is a shocker.
We will be discussing the black Asmat people and their strange and violent culture which bears an amazing resemblance to the culture of inner-city black America.
With Paul will be his partner in historical crime, Dave Gahary, the host of “Who’s the Bad Guy?”
Please join us and take a politically incorrect tour through history from a non-mainstream perspective.
Tonight on MLB Central your host Benson Fechter will discuss the history of baseball. It's May 4th 2015, do you know what that means? 146 years ago Cincy played the first pro game and to celebrate we will dive into the history of the MLB. Fans remember you too can be a part of the show if you call in at (516) 666-9990 or enter our chatroom at www.blogtalkadio.com/mlbcentral
Join us at the warm campfire as we step back in time to 1939 through the "World of Tomorrow" an invaluable collection which has preserved a slice of New York history!
Author Paul M. Van Dort
Host Lady Selah SuJuris
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