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Special Guest:Clinton Roane (Broadway- Scottsboro Boys, NY Theatre-The Sporting Life of Icarus Jones, Regional Theatre- Hello! My Baby.) BFA from Howard University.
Special Guest: Actor David Bazemore (Regional- Hairspray, Beauty an the Beast, West Side Story) BFA from Shenandoah University.
Actor JC Montgomery was unable to make the interview.
The two wonderful actors are currently starring in the Philadelphia Theatre Company's production of The Scottsboro Boys.
The Scottsboro Boys is a stirring musical that explores the infamous 1930's 'Scottsboro Case' in which a group of African-American men are falsely accused of a terrible crime, ultimately provoking a national outrage that sparked the American Civil Rights movement.
Philadelphia Theatre Company''s website: http://www.philadelphiatheatrecompany.org/2012/boys.html
PBS special about The Scottsboro Boys: http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/amex/scottsboro/
W.E. A.L.L. B.E. Radio: The Scottsboro Boys' Pardon Ceremony
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Guests: JC Montgomery was part of the original Broadway production of The Scottsboro Boys. He also appeared on Broadway in Bye Bye Birdie, The Little Mermaid, The Color Purple, Thou Shalt Not, Swing!, Parade, Smokey Joe’s Cafe and The Boys from Syracuse. Waights Taylor Jr., born and raised in Birmingham, Alabama, lives in Santa Rosa, California. His latest book, Our Southern Home: Scottsboro to Montgomery to Birmingham—The Transformation of the South in the Twentieth century, was published in October 2011. The Scottsboro Boys opens at ACT-SF June 21-July 15, 2012. Visit www.act-sf.org Nicole Klaymoon and guest collaborator, Sean San Jose, join us to talk about Klaymoon’s Embodiment Project's latest installment of urban dance theater, House of Matter, this weekend at Dance Mission, 24th Street & Mission, Fri.-Sun., June 8-10, 2012. Through Klaymoon’s signature use of street and modern dance, poetry, personal narrative and live music, House of Matter examines the houses in which we belong – both the families that we are born into and those that we choose, the body that we inhabit and the planet that we reside. Visit dancemission.com We close with a prerecorded interview with director, Jeff Warrick, who speaks about his film Programming the Nation (opened in SF Oct. 2011). Music: Ruthie Foster's Truth.
Hosted By:Jason X
Let it be known that the Central Park Five and the Scottsboro boys are a reminder that racism is alive and continues to haunt Blacks in America.
Only evidence needed to convict a black man of a crime is the color of his skin. Tune in to hear the accounts of both cases narrated by Bro. Jason X
Hope your Thursday is most progressive...work day is almost over, already is or just geting started and you going to need some theme music. Well we just in time, plug into the #MusicLifeReview with The #OfficeBoysNY, you may hear some more exclusives from Smiz the Moneykid's new album "Pardon My Back", Villa Dom's "Tell the World I'm Coming", or Frankie Storm's "The Storm" album and some melodics that will get you where you need to be. Listen live 657-383-0107 or www.PoeticDesigns.net/PDRadio Tonight at 7pm EST on #PoeticDesignsRadio
Tonight on The Road To Champs
Its The Recap of Day 3 from Boys and Girls Championships 2015. Who is in striking position, who has work to do, and we assess the mishaps and what they mean! Tonight!
Its the Road to Champs, the only show that covers all Track and Field Championships. From the state, to the national to international, high school to NCAA, Olympics, Euro Champs, National Champs, World Champs and so much more...With in-depth breakdown with the Data Guy, Sean Garrity's GURU intelligence, insider reports and strategies with Rico. Its the only Track and Field show committed to your Championship watch 365 days of the year!! Athlete analysis, head-to-head matchups, relay pools, field events break down, world leads featuring Interviews with coaches, industry professionals, administrators and athletes.
This is not your typical Track and Field show...its The Road To Champs!
The mic and phones are always open, so call in with your comments and questions to 626-657-2104 or twitter @roadtochamps
The boys are back and podcasting. Join Nick and Jimmy as they discuss sports, music, news and a little of this and a little of that.
This is going to be a great show tonight with Dr. Torri J. Evans-Barton Founder and Executive Director of The Fatherless Generation Foundation headquartered in Atlanta Georgia.
On this episode of In Life Now, Dr. Evans-Barton is going to engage us in "girl talk!"
Ladies this show is dedicated to Y-O-U so get sit back, get comfortable, and get in on the conversation...
About Dr. Torri J. Evans-Barton:
"A transplant from Kalamazoo, Michigan, Torri J. Evans-Barton currently resides in Atlanta, Georgia where she is the Founder & CEO of The Fatherless Generation Foundation. Growing up in a single parent household, Torri faced many adversities adding tremendous devastation to her life emphasizing the fact she needed her father.
This burden burning on the inside of Torri J. Evans-Barton caused her to realize there were others who are growing up fatherless just like her who desire reconciliation with their absent father. Her desire has now turned into a full time mission of “healing the broken places the fatherless experience has created” through her nonprofit, The Fatherless Generation Foundation Inc. Launched in 2009, TFGF is a non-profit organization based in Atlanta, Georgia reuniting fathers and their children by providing the resources and services that strengthen, support, and elevate the commitment to fatherhood and family values. Their services include Husband & Wife Team Mentor Teams, Peer Groups hosted in The Boys & Girls Clubs of America in 10 cities, Tutoring, but at the helm of the organization is Commitment to Fatherhood Program; the mediation process taking place reuniting biological fathers back into the lives of their children!"
The boys are back to give you your fix of 2015 NFL Draft needs. Luke Inman and Vincent Frank of eDraft Sports are back with their weekly podcast "The Draft Rap" discussing anything and everything relating to the 2015 NFL Draft. This week they talk about key free agents left on the market, which teams are in the trade up hunt for Marcus Mariota, and Randy Gregory's failed drug test. At 7:30 eastern time they welcome in Jeff Lloyd who helps with their first mock draft of the year. Tune in!
Among many other duties, Chief Ron Kanterman does fire & life safety consultation, fire service training and fire protection through Gold Horn Associates.
Tom Aurnhammer is the Deputy Chief of the Los Pinos Fire Protection District in Ignacio, CO. Join them as they come together as the Back Step Boys and listen in as they share their wealth of fire service knowledge and experience.
Yes that's right! A special edition, double dose of Crafty & The Adamizer this week. The last couple weeks the boys been trying to get all their thoughts down on this economy thang and more specifically, what the hell we SHOULD be doing. There's been a lot of great discusssion, phone calls, etc BUT Crafty & The Adamizer both decided to dedicate a separate hour here just to one, good, drop-down, drag-out, gloves off debate on communism versus a resource based economy and what, if anythhing, is the difference. Should be a power packed 60 minutes so tune on in!
Conspiracy? Maybe. Screwed? Definitely. Whether you want to believe there is a grand conspiracy to bring down or fundamentally change America and the world really doesn't matter. The numbers are in and they suck. Here in the Front Row we'll be taking a look at the news and event from the serious to the sublime, from around the globe to around the corner in an effort to make some sense of it all and hopefully wake a few people ip along the way. Tune in each and every Monday at 8:30PM (EST) as Crafty & The Admizer discuss a wide range of topics including: current news and events, the police state, the new world order, 9/11, the Federal Reserve, false-flags, the left/right paradigm, endless war, and in general, failure after failure of our "leaders" over the last couple hundred years. What's that definition of insanity again? Along the way, we also hope to mix in some good talk on music, comedy and entertainment and just for good measure, give some time to UFO's and more specifically, the ever-increasing evidence regarding the true origins of man and the bullshit we've been fed there since day one.
Kim Gravel is a veteran television host/interviewer, entrepreneur and leader, but most of all she has a passion for people and hearing their stories. She has logged thousands of hours as host of awardwinning talk shows "Friends & Neighbors" and "Atlanta Live", is seen on The Steve Harvey Show and Headline News Network as a recurring contributor, is featured on the SiriusXM Radio show Dirty Pop with Lance Bass in the weekly advice column segment “Gravel Mail” and starred in the hit weekly docuseries “Kim of Queens” on the Lifetime Network. In 1991, at the age of 19, Kim became one of the youngest Miss Georgias in the state pageant’s history. She went on to represent her home state in the renowned Miss America pageant and as a result was asked to serve as US Goodwill Ambassador to Japan. Kim has worked for Revlon and Christian Dior as make-up artist; served as National Cosmetology Association spokesperson; and served as a make-up artist and stylist to over 100 fashion shows and photo shoots. She has taken her knowledge and experience in beauty and launched her own boutique
cosmetic line, Hardee Girl Cosmetics. Combining her expertise skills of communication and leadership, Kim is also a certified Life Coach. Kim has a rare gift of encouraging and guiding people with loving directness. She somehow gets by with saying the things that everyone else is thinking. Her compassionate yet straight forward "Dr. Phil-esqe" style keeps her in high demand as a Life Coach, mentor, advisor and consultant. As lead singer and songwriter of recording group Beloved, Kim
entertains and sings to thousands across the country every year, including hosting sold-out women's conferences annually in Atlanta. She still finds time to raise her two boys, Beau and Blanton with husband Travis.