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TRR Radio welcomes Robert Washington and Antonio Williams to this edition of ACC football Saturday. Washington and williams are two of the top rated running backs in the nation both of whom play high school footbal in the State of North Carolina. Williams is a former UNC commit for the 2016 class who recently reopened his recruitment and Washington has a host of offeres from schools around the country. .
Are the Blue Devils, Tar Heels or Wolfpack on their lists? We will ask these questions and more during this episode of ACC football Saturday.
TRR Radio host Matt will take a look at the NCAA playoffs and which teams from around the country will be in the picture come December. TRR also welcomes Byrnes WR and 2016 recruit Jaylan Foster to discuss his recruiting and his upcoming junior season. Foster has received interest from some ACC and SEC Schools.
Tobacco Road Rivalries Radio welcomes Bradley Bethel to the program. Bradley Bethel has been a popular name recently on Tobacco Road mostly from his blog http://coachingthemind.blogspot.com/. Bethel recently brought attention to former UNC Mary Willingham's thesis paper alleging plagariasm throughout the paper. Bethel joins host Matt to discuss these topics and more on Tobacco Road Rivalries Radio.
The Washingtons of Wessyngton Plantation: Stories of My Family’s Journey to Freedom with John F. Baker Jr.
Genealogy expert John F. Baker Jr. was born in 1962, in Springfield, Tennessee and has lived his entire life just a few miles from Wessyngton Plantation, in a town populated by hundreds of descendants of its slaves. His book, The Washingtons of Wessyngton Plantation: Stories of My Family’s Journey to Freedom, was published by Atria, a division of Simon & Schuster. When Baker was in the seventh grade, he discovered the story of his ancestors when he saw a photograph of four former slaves in his social studies textbook. Months later he learned that they were his grandmother’s paternal grandparents, Emanuel and Henny Washington, who were once enslaved on Wessyngton Plantation. The plantation was founded in 1796 by Joseph Washington, a distant cousin of President Washington. He has interviewed dozens of individuals ranging from 80 to 107 years old to collect their oral histories. He studied more than 11,000 documents to trace the lives of his ancestors, the Washington family and more than 300 other African Americans enslaved on Wessyngton Plantation, the largest tobacco plantation in America. For more than thirty years through extensive historical research, Baker has created a groundbreaking work in African American history and American history.
Join us as The Vito and Vito Show welcome the founder of New York City’s Citizens Lobbying Against Smokers Harassment, (CLASH) Audrey Silk. Audrey’s calling in tonight to discuss NYC’s ridiculous anti-smoking laws and regulations including the ban on smoking in bars and restaurants, the ban of E-Cigarettes in indoor places, the violation of property rights, the increase in the age to buy tobacco from 18 to 21 in NYC and her organization. Find out more tonight!
Tobacco Road Rivalries welcomes Dr. Marcia Shoop to our program to discuss her new book Touchdowns for Jesus, the NCAA and the state of college athletics.
Carolyn Yeager and Ray Goodwin read and comment on the January 17-22, 1942 dinner table monologues by the German Leader, as taken down by trusted aide, attorney Heinrich Heim. Included in this episode:
The unexpected winter temperatures in Russia were providential, even if difficult;
Hindenberg and Von Papen, plus Hitler's first financial decision after taking office;
Hitlers thoughts on dueling;
Discussion of nationalities - Czechs compared to Hungarians, Romanians and Germans;
About food - fish, the potato, herbivore vs carnivore, vegetarianism, alcohold and tobacco;
The story of Foxl, his WWI dog.
Stress symptoms may be affecting your health, even though you might not realize it. You may think illness is to blame for that nagging headache, your frequent insomnia or your decreased productivity at work. But stress may actually be the culprit.
Common effects of stress
Indeed, stress symptoms can affect your body, your thoughts and feelings, and your behavior. Being able to recognize common stress symptoms can give you a jump on managing them. Stress that's left unchecked can contribute to health problems, such as high blood pressure, heart disease, obesity and diabetes.
Act to manage stress
If you have stress symptoms, taking steps to manage your stress can have numerous health benefits. Explore stress management strategies, such as:
And be sure to get plenty of sleep, eat a balanced diet, and avoid tobacco use and excess caffeine and alcohol intake.
When to seek help
If you're not sure if stress is the cause or if you've taken steps to control your stress but your symptoms continue, see your doctor. Your doctor may want to check for other potential causes.
Also, if you have chest pain, especially if it occurs during physical activity or is accompanied by shortness of breath, sweating, dizziness, nausea, or pain radiating into your shoulder and arm, get emergency help immediately. These may be warning signs of a heart attack and not simply stress symptoms.
Once again it's time for your powerhouse of superfast sports shows to stuff as much sports into this show as your friend working at a local Taco Bell does when giving you the hookup on a triple Decker Burrito Supreme and twenty five overly stuffed Taco's lol! Hey just kidding but i'll try! With my favorite sport of basketball (especially the NBA) coming to an end I will look toward the NBA Draft and the Big Free Agents in the game. I'll also analyze the pros and cons of such moves. As promised I will begin to dwell in the world of World Cup Soccer and at this point it's reserved to talking about our U.S. team and I'll be learning a lot on the go as most of you will! Either way get ready to roll on the All New 'Jay Byrd Show!"
Join The Gist of Freedom, www.BlackHistoryBlog.com, as we continue our audio book reading Breaking The Chains by William L. Katz - Chapter 5 Urban Slave Resistance~ Jordan Hatcher was a seventeen-year-old enslaved tobacco worker in Richmond, Virginia, who in 1852 rose from obscurity to notoriety when charged with assaulting and killing white overseer William Jackson. According to newspaper accounts and trial records, Hatcher was working at the Walker & Harris tobacco factory when Jackson began flogging him with a cowhide for performing poorly. Hatcher initially warded off the blows, but Jackson continued to beat him. In response Hatcher grabbed an iron poker, struck Jackson unconscious, and immediately fled the factory. When Jackson later awoke, he claimed to feel no pain, but the next day he collapsed and died. Hatcher was immediately found, arrested, tried and sentenced to execution. His sentence, however, was later commuted by Virginia Governor Joseph Johnson, and he was sold and transported beyond the limits of the United States.
This case is significant because of Jordan Hatcher’s unusual working and living conditions. Hatcher was a hired slave; though legally bound to Parmella Goday of Chesterfield County, Hatcher had been hired-out to a tobacco manufactory for the year. During that year, Hatcher, like hundreds of other hired slaves, was allowed to find his own lodgings, secure his own meals, and receive the wages for his labor. During the antebellum era, the urban slave system provided an essential labor pool for city businesses and was highly lucrative, but under conditions that made white Richmonders nervous. Critics of the system believed the hiring-out process made urban slavery unstable and encouraged slave workers to be more rebellious and defiant. Hatcher did not hang.
John T. Wayne, grandson of “the Duke” John Wayne, joins Rick to say that America cannot be free without God. Tennessee Pastor Dale Walker tells Rick why he walked out of his former denomination.
Gregg Jackson and Juda Myers
"40 Things to Tell Your Children and Challenging Rape Related Abortion"
On today’s program we will begin by speaking with Gregg Jackson. He is joining us again, this time to talk about his newest book entitled “40 Things to Tell Your Children before you Die.” In the second part of the program we will be joined by Juda Myers. She was conceived as a result of rape, and her mom chose to let her live. She will be challenging the widely accepted notion that abortion is the obvious choice in the case of rape.
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