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    Front And Center - The United States Colored Troops (USCT)

    in History

    Tune in to Anita Talks Genealogy as the Host takes on the topic of the United States Colored Troops (USCT), in the Civil War. Pennsylvania is hosting a Grand Review for the men who served in the United States Colored Troops. For those who may not know, after the Civil War a Grand Review of those who fought was held in Washington DC. The men of color (the USCT), were not invited to the celebration. They held their own celebrations. This year the State of Pennsylvania is honoring those brave soldiers with a Grand Review. There are celebrations leading up to the Grand Review Parade, in Harrisburg Pennsylvania. That event will take place November of this year. To that end host Anita Wills dedicates this broadcast to her ancestors, and all of the Brave Soldiers of the United States Colored Troops. Tune in and Listen Up!

  • 00:46

    The History of Hampton University and the United States Colored Troops

    in History

    Join us as we celebrate the history of Hampton University, located in Hampton Virginia. On November 17, 2010 an announcement was made that noted historian and author Bennie J. McRae Jr., donated his archives on the African American military experience to Hampton University, located in Virginia. There are many folks in America that have no knowledge of Hampton University, and it's contribution to the African American Community. This is an opportune time to share the history of this prestigious university.
    Dr. William Harvey, President of Hampton University received the The Bennie McRae Jr. Collection, and remarked that it is a landmark contribution to the memory of the United States Colored Troops."

    Tune in and Listen Up!

  • 00:45

    Front and Center - Grand Review For the United States Colored Troops (USCT)

    in History

    Tune in to Anita Talks Genealogy as the Host takes on the topic of the United States Colored Troops (USCT), in the Civil War. Pennsylvania is hosting a Grand Review for the men who served in the USCT. For those who may not know, after the Civil War a Grand Review of those who fought was held in Washington DC. The men of color (the USCT), were not invited to the celebration. They held their own celebrations.

    This year the State of Pennsylvania is honoring those brave soldiers with a Grand Review. There are celebrations leading up to the Grand Review Parade, in Harrisburg Pennsylvania. That event will take place November of this year.

    To that end host Anita Wills dedicates this broadcast to her ancestors, and all of the Brave Soldiers of the United States Colored Troops.

    Tune in and Listen Up!

  • 00:45

    Civil War Soldiers Of Pennsylvania: United States Colored Troops in Lancaster and Chester County

    in History

    Host Anita Wills shares the history of the United States Colored Troops, focusing on Lancaster and Chester County Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania was right over the line from Virginia and Maryland, and a haven for escaped and freed slaves. The Underground Railroad ran throughout communities in Pennsylvania. When the Civil War started, the men of color joined the War effort from throughout the border communities. The United States Colored Troops (USCT) came to the forefront with the movie Glory, about the 54th Massachusetts. Other units and unsung heroes fought for the freedom of friends, relatives, and people they had never met. They were the soldiers of the United States Colored Troops. They had a lot to lose if the Union did not prevail. Free Blacks joined the USCT from as far away as Canada. Their mission was clear to put an end to slavery. Their mission was the exact opposite of the Confederates who were fighting to maintain slavery. You will be amazed at the efforts of the brave men of the United States Colored Troops. Tune in and Listen Up!

  • 00:46

    The History of Hampton University and the United States Colored Troops

    in History

    Join us as we celebrate the history of Hampton University, located in Hampton Virginia. On November 17, 2010 an announcement was made that noted historian and author Bennie J. McRae Jr., donated his archives on the African American military experience to Hampton University, located in Virginia. There are many folks in America that have no knowledge of Hampton University, and it's contribution to the African American Community. This is an opportune time to share the history of this prestigious university.

  • 00:30

    United States Supreme Court U.S.Const.art.III

    in Politics

    U.S.Const.art.III "


    Section 1.


    The judicial power of the United States, shall be vested in one Supreme Court, and in such inferior courts as the Congress may from time to time ordain and establish. The judges, both of the supreme and inferior courts, shall hold their offices during good behaviour, and shall, at stated times, receive for their services, a compensation, which shall not be diminished during their continuance in office.


     

  • 02:06

    The King Me Show: UNITED STATES HEALTHCARE OF AMERIKKKA

    in Radio

    Why is American Health Care so expernsive? Why does the US claim they have the best health care system? Has the health care become a big money making scam? Here is some food for thought: "What is the appropriate word to use when you find out that the top executive at the third largest health insurance company in America raked in 68.7 million dollars in 2010?  How is one supposed to respond when one learns that more than two dozen pharmaceutical companies make over a billion dollars in profits each year? " Tune in to find out.

  • 01:35

    Achotis United In Messiach Volume 1, Ep.2- Offended

    in Spirituality

    Coming to you in divine love sisters,
    How I wish i could embrace everyone of you,
    you know... for a long time i believed that black women just couldnt get along, but since being in the truth, i see with a righteous heart... That is indeed possible! Also, very enriching!


    I believe this episode of "Achotis United" Should dwell on what we can do to keep the sistren bond strong and rooted, and also, share experiences when we have either caused offense or been offended and how we grew from these moments. 


    Call in at 8:30PM EST
    Hope to hear from you.


    All Glory to The King.

  • 01:59

    Bigg D's Music Toss-Up w.s.g Dyrt Madoff

    in Music

    Your Host Bigg D will be spinning the best in underground and mainstream hip-hop from 10 pm to 12am every thursday ...

  • 00:03

    Child Support News: Does Noncustodial Extortion Payments Violate 13th Amendment2

    in Education

    In the news on Child Support, Alpha C Hales, Founder and President from Family First International ("FFI") will be our guest to discuss issues on what Decent Disadvantaged Non Custodial Parent Obligors face, when going through the Court systems and Child Support agencies, and what we can do to support our Decent Disadvantaged Non Custodial Parent Obligors stay out of prisons and out of arreages; and, informing these systems to work with the general public on options/programs (JOBS) for solutions to the problems.


    Family First International, Inc-is a Delaware based grassroots Public Interest Human Rights Advocacy and Outreach Support Services 501©3 tax exempt Membership Organization for Decent Disadvantaged Non Custodial Parent Obligors, which pay court ordered child support.  Open to service all men and women alike, regionally, as well as all other states nationally.  FFI, Inc was conceptualized June 1999 and is also a Not for Profit tax exempt Delaware Corporation, incorporated in 2013. 

    FFI provide grassroots Public Interest Human Rights Advocacy and Outreach Support Services.  As well as, Inform, Educate and Empower Decent Disadvantaged Non Custodial Parent Obligors, Custodial Parents, Non Custodial Parents, Youth, Clergy, Agencies/Organizations, Businesses and the General Public regarding the Unjust Laws of Child Support, via: The Bradley Amendment


    Come join us...347-884-8684

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