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As the world celebrates the 150th birthday of Henry Ford, World Footprints takes you to Michigan, the place where automobile history was made and beyond. We'll start our tour of the Great Lakes State in Mecosta County and introduce descendents of the “Old Settlers”—a group of twelve African-American families, including Tonya's, who migrated by underground railroad and wagon train to settle in Western Michigan. Then we'll travel t
Asia, Aliyah and Shakira Isaac are three sisters born in Austin, TX. They are known by their performance name, "The Isaac Sisters". The Isaac Sisters haven’t reached their adult years yet, but once they hit the stage, you will see their love and desire to entertain.They discovered their desire to sing after listening to their parent’s musical influences from Motown, Pop, R&B, Country. In which led them to developed their genre music which is pop.The Isaac Sisters’ performances history includes appearances at San Antonio Ford Children’s Festival (San Antonio, TX), Urban Music Festival (Austin, TX), Juneteenth Festival (Round Rock, TX), Old Settlers Festival (Buda, TX) Wildflower Art Festival(Dallas, TX), 13th Annual African American Festival (Austin, TX) Spring Fling Festival (Laguna Niguel, CA)
Travis Miller is a critically acclaimed Pop/RnB Top 40 style singer-songwriter, musical artist and performer from San Jose, CA now residing in Fresno, CA. He has been featured on TV, the front page of Yahoo and more. His music has been played on radio stations all over the nation such as B95 and on 2RDJ-FM's Stars Of Tomorrow in Australia. His team consists of Grammy Award Winning music producers whose names are connected to the likes of John Legend, Kanye West, Jay Z, Mariah Carey, Usher, Jeremih and countless others. In 2013 Travis was nominated as one of the best independent RnB and Hip-Hop songwriters in the United States by The Great American Songwriters' panel. His debut album Shine has received rave reviews, and he is now a verified artist on Spotify. He is currently traveling all over California as one of the headlining artists on #PowerOfADreamTour performing for an additional 40,000+ people since the tour launched late last summer. His new EP Reflection will be released worldwide June 22 and already has fans on the edge of their seats!
Bill C-51 The Anti-Terrorism Act of 2015, as it is called by the Harper government, has generated more discussion, protest, trepidation, calls for abandonment and well founded fear than any other piece of legislation from Emperor's regime. The threats to rights and freedoms of all Canadians are real and visible. Respected voices such as Micheal Geist, Craig Forcese, Kent Roach, Elizabeth May and others have sounded the alarm. But the threats to indiginous peoples are far more pronounced and close to reality than any others. First Nations have upheld their end of Treaties with the Crown in memoriam while successive settler governments have neglected, ignored and subverted them.
Pam Palmater is a Mi'kmaw leader and member of the Eel River Bar First Nation. She has worked for the federal Ministries of Justice and Aboriginal & Northern Affairs. She has been a candidate for National Chief of the Assembly of First Nations. She is a lawyer, professor and chair of the Indiginous Governance program at Ryerson University. Pam has been a vocal supporter of Idle No More and numerous programs to involve and engage settlers and aboriginals alike to create the environment for the nation to nation equal allies that the Treaties promise. But the Harper government continues to move further and further away from that possibility.
The View Up Here has spent a long time trying to fit into Pam's busy schedule and are very honored to have her guest on the show and explain how First Nations are the potential primary targets of C-51. It has been said many times on this show that the only people left in Canada with any say on their air, water and land are First Nations. Now Emperor seeks to use false fear to try and steal these constitutionally guaranteed rights from the first people to inhabit these lands.
Join us and find why settlers should support First Nations peoples to defend us all.
History of the early Pioneers and Settlers 4-26-2011 @ 8pm EST
This show will be on discovering some of the planning and hardships faced by our early pioneers and explorers, as we know much can be learned from history and to study what perils the early settlers faced. I have researched the brave Pioneers who decided to travel and settle the western frontier. Through the lessons recorded in history we might be able to avoid making the same life threatening mistakes, such as excessive loads, being too eager to move, not waiting out the seasons and above all we may possibly avoid some of the diseases, much has been discovered and we posses a better understanding of them and their causes. Though not everyone has plans for running for the hills in the event of a disaster or emergency, the topic and discussion is important none the less, adding to our knowledge base and ability to react to the what if's.
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Michigan offers a treasure trove of history and culture and it is a State that both Ian and Tonya called home. So it is with pleasure that World Footprints offers a brief tour of the Great Lakes State starting with Mecosta County in Mid-Michigan to the Southeast suburbs of Dearborn and Grosse Point. To start, you’ll meet descendents of the “Old Settlers”—a group of twelve African-American families, including Tonya's family, who migrated by wagon train from the South and Eastern United States to settle in Western Michigan. Then you’ll experience the Henry Ford and Greenfield Village as we share an audio history of American ingenuity. Finally, you’ll take a step back into history and experience what it was like to live the life of an auto baron as we visit the regal Grosse Pointe home of Henry Ford’s only child, Edsel Ford.
We dedicate this broadcast to our father, the late Lonnie D. Johnson--a Old Settler family decendant and a man whose legacy lives on.
Everyone, regardless of gender, marital status or sexual orientation, can have an Innerwife, Innerhusband or both. Find out more with host Chad Hunter. Join host Chad Hunter on INNERWIFE ENCORE in discussing "Yeehah! Relationship Wild Settlers!" For your copy of Chad Hunter's "Love Life, Ultimate Strife, How-To Lists from the Innerwife" please go to https://www.createspace.com/3454233
This week the agenda line up for discussions is, Goins Book Research Weekend-DNA (both yDNA/MtDNA), where we discussed Goins/Goyens/Nash/Sweat/Perkins/Ashworth/Doyle/Williams/Warwick/rick/Johnson/Hill and many more Mixed Blood Native American Redbone clan families.
Marilyn Baggett, Gary Gabehart, Lorene Brown, James Ray Johnson and others will discuss the new findings and collaborate on research and writing efforts for the new Goins Book to be released this fall by Backintyme Publishing at www.backintyme.biz.
We will update you in the findings from Jamestown to Republic of Texas. Not unlike the reputation of the Goinses, we will also lay to rest some myths, legends and out right scandlous gossip!
Please join us, listen in and spread the word to help us collaborate further with extended family. Hope to chat with you here, but if you miss the live listening episode, you can always listen to the archived live recording at Blog Talk Radio~
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This week's topic is “King James VI and I and the English Parliament”
1. http://www.iep.utm.edu/cicero/ - The Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy – a peer - reviewed academic resource - "Naturalistic Epistemology," by Chase B. Wrenn, The Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy, ISSN 2161-0002, http://www.iep.utm.edu/, 3.17.2015
http://www.timetoast.com/timelines/82499 - Seven Steps to Absolute Monarchy
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=isfTRJW0ULE - Life in the Colonies; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iBP7hDpoEdY - The Story Of The First Settlers of the USA in 1620; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ll7_0dPzGiE = Indentured Servants; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ISQhKxdBnpE = The American Revolutionary war 1 = includes Benedict Arnold review, also Green Mountain Boys & Ethan Allan
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GI17JZTSZXU = Making the Thirteen Colonies - New England States
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4ScZh2-QLOE = Thirteen Colonies: the New England Colonies = a very good review
On It's Story Time with JD Holiday: Dreamtime Man by Margot Finke & Emma Learns to Sprout by Shir Guez and read by Author Agy Wilson.
Dreamtime Man ~ lyrical rhyming verses take us back in time, to how Australian Aboriginal tribes lived for tens of thousands of years. Their belief in the Dreamtime shaped their lives. What happened to these vibrant people when they first came in contact with white settlers had tragic consequences, and their culture and way of life was changed forever. Finke's story is based on a fascinating part of Australian history.
Buy at: www.amazon.com/Dreamtime-Man-Margot-Finke/dp/1503276988
Margot Finke’s site: www.margotfinke.com
& Emma Learns to Sprout ~ What can parents do in order to help their kids to eat nutritious food? Emma is a sweet kindergartener who learns to sprout lentils with her mom in their kitchen in a fun and super-easy way. After hearing her mom’s explanations on this beautiful process and its enormous benefits, she gets enthusiastic about sprouts.
Buy at: www.amazon.com/Kids-Book-childrens-nutrition-Preschool-ebook/dp/B00LUS1MG2/
Shir Guez's site: emmalearnstosprout.wordpress.com/
Author Agy Wilson 's site: www.agywilson.com/
Show site: JDHoliday.blogspot.com
The wearing of the green, the Shamrock, Leprechauns, the pot of gold at the end of a rainbow. All heralded symbols of prosperity and luck, right?
However, the term 'Luck of the Irish' means bad luck and not good luck as most people think today. It is an ironic phrase used to describe the sad and tragic history of the people of Ireland. The Irish people are actually very unlucky as they had to leave their homeland in the 1800's in order to survive. Many of the original Irish settlers in the US, the UK and Australia never saw their family again. Indeed on the night before a person emigrated a party was held, a sort of 'funeral' wake which is a traditional Irish custom when someone dies. The 'Wake' was held as the parents and siblings, even wives and children knew they were extremely unlikely to see their loved ones ever again.
Join Rick Grady and Jenny Stewart on Your Money, Your Matters and discover how you can change that bad luck to good luck.
Brought to you by the Cornerstone Credit Union League, Cornerstone Credit Union Foundation, and the Consumer Credit Counseling Service of Grater Dallas.
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