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Join 'Missing Pages of History' today, Sat., February 13, 2016 for our 'Black History Month' series. We will discuss the history of the 'Seven Black Presidents Before President Obama' & 'The Relationship Between Slavery and the Development of Capitalism.' Join us by dialing in at 1 PM EST. You can call in to listen the program at (818) 337-0016 or join us online.
Meet: Sporty King, speaker, author, humanitarian and humorous guest discussing Black History Month with January Jones.
Sporty shares his brilliant poem entitled "HIStory IS OURstory.
Black History is a celebration of America
Through its African descent
It aligns us with God's vision
Of the melting pot he's sent. . . .
Also Sporty and January discuss what our world would be like without Blacks.
Maya in America is a new book that shows how the ancient Maya not only reached the shores of Florida and Georgia but had a thriving gold mining operation in the north Georgia mountains.
Author Richard Thornton is a Creek Indian architect, city planner, author and researcher into Native American history. His professional work in support of archaeologists began in college, when he received a fellowship to study Mesoamerican architecture and urban planning in Mexico. In 2004 he began carrying out research projects for Native American tribes that studied their cultural history. He is a founding member and newsletter editor of the People of One Fire, a national alliance of Native American scholars. In parallel, Richard has been then architect for the restoration of several hundred buidings dating back to 1746 throughout the Southeast. On his Caucasion side, he is a direct descendant of the first leader of the Georgia during the American Revolution, a Continental officer, and Creek Indian leaders, who were allies of the Patriots.
Several of his historic preservation projects were associated with personalities or events of national importance, such as the American Revolution, Civil War battlefields, the Great Locomotive Chase, the Rev. Sam Jones, and several famous Southern writers. In 2009, he was the architect for Oklahoma's Trail of Tears Memorial in Tulsa, OK.
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On Lets Fish, Out of the Box radio, we discuss up to date worldly topics and headlines as it relates to the second coming of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Tune in to see if you’re having similar dreams, visions and/or experiences that God has been giving to our guest. In addition, if you have news you would like to share or a brief testimony of what God is doing in your life, let us know and we will do our best to either get you on the show or read your testimony to our listening audience.
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Laura Cerrano of Feng Shui Manhattan will cover the basics in this first episode of The Feng Shui Voice. Learn about the history of Feng Shui, while being introduced to the various methods and schools of thought, including the Ba-gua Map, Five Elements, Bon Buddism traditions and much more!
Peace and Black Power Family,
Welcome to another episode of Do Tha Knowledge Radio. The place where Knowledge is Born. I am your host Knowledge Born Allah. Of all our studies history is best qualified to reward our research. If we effectively look at yesterday we can discern today for today is built on yesterday and tomorrow built on today. In this commemoration we have dedicated this weekend to the examintion of Black History Month and share in the rich history of our people and share some of our stories. Join us as we Do Tha Knowledge this Saturday 2-13-16 at 3pm PST 5pm CST 6pm EST. Call in live to phone number 713-955-0707 and press 1 with your questions comments or share in our historical session. Here is the link to listen remotely:http://www.blogtalkradio.com/dothaknowledgeradio/2016/02/13/do-tha-knowledge-radio-knowledge-born-allah-black-history-decoded-weekend
On Saturday, July 16, 1054, as afternoon prayers were about to begin, Cardinal Humbert, legate of Pope Leo IX, strode into the Cathedral of Hagia Sophia, right up to the main altar, and placed on it a parchment that declared the Patriarch of Constantinople, Michael Cerularius, to be excommunicated. He then marched out of the church, shook its dust from his feet, and left the city. A week later the patriarch solemnly condemned the cardinal.Centuries later, this dramatic incident was thought to mark the beginning of the schism between the Latin and the Greek churches, a division that still separates Roman Catholics and Eastern Orthodox (Greek, Russian, and other). Today, however, no serious scholar maintains that the schism began in 1054,In addition, since the ninth century, theological controversy had focused on the procession of the Holy Spirit. In the life of the Trinity, does the Spirit proceed from the Father only, or from the Father and from the Son (Filioque in Latin)? The Western church, concerned about resurgent Arianism, had, almost inadvertently, added the word to the Nicene Creed, claiming that it made more precise a teaching already in the creed.
The Roman Catholic and Orthodox churches have been at odds for over 1,000 years. Friday's meeting in Havana — where Pope Francis and Patriarch Kirill will sign a joint accord — could be a critical step towards helping heal the rift.
It took two years for the Holy See and the Patriarchate of Moscow to hash out the terms for the meeting — not long in the grand scheme of things.
The Western and Eastern Christian churches split over persistent theological disputes in 1054 — and formally separated in 1438.
Listen to this special edition of the Pan-African Journal: Worldwide Radio Broadcast hosted by Abayomi Azikiwe, editor of the Pan-African News Wire. This edition will feature our regular PANW report with dispatches on the warning by the Islamic Republic of Iran regarding the suggestion that Saudi Arabian troops will intervene in Syria on the side against the government of President Bashar al-Assad in Damascus; the South Sudan SPLA-IO leader and current re-appointed Vice-President Reik Machar says he will not re-locate to the capital of Juba until the demilitarization process is complete; there was a large demonstration in the capital of Burundi in support of the government of President Pierre Nkurunziza on Feb. 13 amid reports that neighboring Rwanda plans to relocate refugees from Burundi to another African state; and the Walter Rodney Commission of Inquiry in Guyana says it has completed its report on the assassination of the African and Caribbean historian who was killed in June 1980. In the second hour we continue our recognition of the 90th anniversary of African American History Month which was founded by Dr. Carter G. Woodson in 1926. We look at the problems of African American historical periodization through a lecture delivered by Professor John Hope Franklin in 1969. Finally in the third hour and related to African American History Month, we present more primary source documentation commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Black Panther Party.
For insightful interviews, intense discussions and exciting guests, tune in to veteran journalist and talk show host Cheryl Smith, along with the sports guy with an opinion on everything, Andrew Whigham.
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