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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!

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    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!

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    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!

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    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.

  • 01:01

    GUTS (Gospel United to Save) Weekend Wrap Up

    in Radio

    Bless Da Hits Inspirational Mix. Weekly Address from the White House. Community Calendar, News and Events. The Week in review. Continuation of the weekly series study and the personal development study.


    Call in to join the discussion toll free: 877-217-5375 opt 2

  • 01:57

    The Myths and Facts Regarding UN Declaration on Rights of Indigenous People

    in Education

    The frame work and fundamental laws that govern the indigenous peoples of the planet will be explored along with principles established by the United Nations such as Conventions, Rights and Responsibilities of the Indigenous peoples concerned.

  • 02:58

    Nsearch Radio 12-27-14

    in Christianity

    Join www.project.nsearch.com and contact Glenn Canady there if you are interested in earning extra money social networking and making $1000 to $3000 for every solar energy system you give away to people in California or Massachussets (10 more states to follow in 2015).  The solar systems cost nothing to the homeowner and they even get the first year of power for free (up to $2000).  Contact Glenn Canady at www.project.nsearch.com and tell him you heard about this on Blogtalk Radio!  



    Listen to Nsearch Radio from 8pm to Midnight EST every night!
    Monday Thru Thursday
    (8pm - 9pm) God’s Word - Jeff Osburn, Greg Laurie
    (90pm - Midnight) Many various Christian programs - you’ll learn something new every day!


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    (8pm - 9pm) Terry Clark & Friends
    (9pm to Midnight) 9:00 - 9:30 God’s Word - Jeff Osburn,  9:30-Midnight - Various shows


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    (8pm to 11pm)  8:00 to 8:30 God’s Word - Jeff Osburn,  8:30 - 11:00 assorted shows

  • Metal International Ep 12 featuring Scattered Hamlet and Brick By Brick

    in Rock Music

    This weeks show will feature music from the bands below as well as 2 interviews! First we'll hear from Adam Joad, lead singer from the band Scattered Hamlet and later we'll be speaking with Mike Valente, guitarist from the one and only NY Hardcore beasts known as Brick By Brick! 


    Cradle Of Filth - Cthulhu Dawn ( United Kingdom )
    Sand Aura - The Shepherd's Elegy ( Cairo, Egypt )
    Scattered Hamlet - Outlaw Anthem (Parts Unknown)
    Scattered Hamlet - Skeleton Dixie (Parts Unknown)
    ChthoniC - Rage Of My Sword ( Taipei, Taiwan)
    Sworn Enemy - Do or Die ( Queens,NY )
    Brick By Brick - What Comes Around ( Troy/Albany NY )
    Brick By Brick - In The Ruins ft Vincent Bennet of The Acacia Strain ( Troy/Albany NY )
    Slave Zero - The Pain Remits (Kilkenny, Dublin, lreland)
    (de)Absolve - Onslaught ( Sebring, FL )
    Abacination - Xenophobe ( Central Coast, Australia )
    Illusion Suite - The Iron Cemetery ( Oslow, Norway )


    Psychostck - Red Snow (Tempe,AZ)


    Ornimental - Silent Apocalypse ( Ft. Lauderdale, FL)

  • REPLAY--Live Remote from the Variations of Womanhood The Conclusion & Interviews

    in Computers

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    It's getting down to the wire for 2014.  But don't worry because Ms. Computer Lady is bringing it to you.  Remember the Variations of Womanhood live remote?  If you were able to attend it, saw it on ustream.tv/channel/MsComputerLady, and/or would like to re-live it, this is your chance.  Find out how it went down during the replay of this wonderful event that happened in Ms. Computer Lady's hometown of Toledo, OH.


    Parts 1, 2, and 3 brought about the essence of the Variations of Womanhood.  The conclusion will not only bring forth why the event was so successful.  To help bring the Ms. Computer Lady Show to almost a great end to 2014, the interviews with the participants will also be included. 


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