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  • 02:54

    Prosperity Wednesday With Hostess Sister El Special Guest Teresa R. Kemp

    in Education

    Today we will discuss health, wealth and prosperity. We will discuss The Science of Getting Rich by Wallace Wattles.  We will have Special Guest Teresa R. Kemp author of the new book "Keeper of The Fire".  She is an Author, 5th Generation Quilter, Abolitionist, Historian, Researcher, Owner of Plantation Quilts &UGRR Secre Quilt Code Museum.  Born in Baumholder, West Germany to the late Dr. Howard and Serena (Strother) Wilson.  She graduated from Berlin American High School and attended the Ohio State Univ in Columbus, OH.  She transferred to WV State University and graduated with a BA.  She graduated from DeVry University in Decatur, GA with a BS in Computer Information Systems.  As an Abolitionist, she fights Human Trafficking while researching international slavery, documenting and preserves the world's cultural heritage.  We hope to hear you on the lines, Call In 424-222-5250 press 1 to speak.

  • 00:59

    Keeper of the Fire with Teresa R. Kemp

    in History

    Join Author Teresa R. Kemp for a discussion of her new book "Keeper Of The Fire". This book discusses her Gullah Geechie culture and includes 480 pages of heritage research done by five generations of her family documenting their journeys across Africa to enslavement in America - representing more than 187 years of history in America. They passed down documents, a culture of faith, and a tradition of service to the community. 


    Mrs. Teresa R. Kemp is the 5th Generation Quilter, historian and owner of Plantation Quilts and UGRR Secret Quilt Code Museum. Born in Baumholder, West Germany to the late Dr. Howard and Serena (Strother) Wilson. She graduated from Berlin American High School and  attended Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio. She transferred to West Virginia State University and  graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree. She also graduated from DeVry University in Atlanta, Georgia with a Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems. 


    In 2005, with her parents she opened the UGRR Secret Quilt Code Museum. A staunch advocate for conservation, healthier lifestyles for all and, as an Abolitionist, she fights Human Trafficking while researching international slavery & preserving the world’s cultural heritage. 


    www.PlantationQuilts.com

  • 00:43

    Book Reading :H.Box Brown & Peel~Wm Still UGRR

    in Education

    The Gist of Freedom is pleased to present to you the reading of William Still's Book The Underground Railroad. Part 2 Henry Box Brown and William Peel   The White Abolitionist Who Boxed Henry Box Brown - Jailed for Boxing two additional Freedom Seekers For five long months, in hot weather, he was kept heavily chained in a cell, though he received five dreadful stabs, aimed at his heart, by a bribed assassin, nevertheless he still rejoices in the motives which prompted him to.. let the oppressed go free."
     
    Henry Box Brown~ I was again placed with my head down, and in this dreadful position ... I felt my eyes swelling as if they would burst from their sockets; and the veins on my temples were dreadfully distended with pressure of blood upon my head. In this position I attempted to lift my hand to my face but I had no power to move it; I felt a cold sweat coming over me which seemed to be a warning that death was about to terminate my earthly miseries, but as I feared even that, less than slavery, I resolved to submit to the will of God, and under the influence of that impression, I lifted up my soul in prayer to God, who alone, was able to deliver me. My cry was soon heard, for I could hear a man saying to another, that he had travelled a long way and had been standing there two hours, and he would like to get somewhat to sit down; so perceiving my box, standing on end, he threw it down and then two sat upon

  • 01:21

    U.G.R.R Hustle and Grinding the Southern Way

    in Entertainment

    Tonight on the Middle Men Talk Show ( HOME OF THE GRINDING & INDEPENDENTS !! ) we be chopping it up with Mississippi own U.G.R.R (Under Ground Railroad) and the man behind the Movement Camden along with CEO Tommy James and Howard Boy !  Make sure you tune in!
    Call in number 1-718-508-9972 

  • 01:00

    147th Emancipation Festival- The Underground RAilroad-RIDE TO FREEDOM

    in History

    This week on Mission Unstoppable Radio, The Unstoppable Frankie Picasso is joined by her dear friend Life Coach, Social Justice Advocate and Philanthropist in training, Lisa Scott.
    Lisa is married to a 5th generation Black Canadian (Dennis Scott) who is a direct decendent of slaves who escaped through the Underground Railroad to freedom in the Owen Sound area. They have five children together and work side by side both in their consulting practice and in their involvement as organizers of the Emancipation Celebration Festival.
    The festival will celebrate 147 years this year of continuous freedom celebrations. It is the longest running celebration of its kind in North America. It has a long rich history that began with the original runaway slaves celebrating their new freedom and community in Owen Sound. The festival has evolved from a one day picnic on the first Saturday in August to a three day festival that honours “Community, Roots, and culture” through celebrating the arts, music and history.
    Call in and tell us your history.Did your family find freedom on the UGRR? Did your family help slaves who tried to escape? What does it mean to YOU and Your children today?

  • 01:01

    147th Emancipation Festival- The Underground RAilroad-RIDE TO FREEDOM

    in Culture

    This week on Mission Unstoppable Radio, The Unstoppable Frankie Picasso is joined by her dear friend Life Coach, Social Justice Advocate and Philanthropist in training, Lisa Scott.
    Lisa is married to a 5th generation Black Canadian (Dennis Scott) who is a direct decendent of slaves who escaped through the Underground Railroad to freedom in the Owen Sound area. They have five children together and work side by side both in their consulting practice and in their involvement as organizers of the Emancipation Celebration Festival.
    The festival will celebrate 147 years this year of continuous freedom celebrations. It is the longest running celebration of its kind in North America. It has a long rich history that began with the original runaway slaves celebrating their new freedom and community in Owen Sound. The festival has evolved from a one day picnic on the first Saturday in August to a three day festival that honours “Community, Roots, and culture” through celebrating the arts, music and history.
    Call in and tell us your history.Did your family find freedom on the UGRR? Did your family help slaves who tried to escape? What does it mean to YOU and Your children today?