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Voices of Wisdom Hosted by the Civil Rights Activist of The Tougaloo 9

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TRIBE Family Channel™- Voices of Wisdom - Final Season 10 - Episode 3 - hosted by Civil Rights Activists of the Historical Tougaloo Nine,

Mrs. Geraldine Hollis and Mr. Joseph Jackson Jr.


Oct 10, 2019 - 5:00PM-PST 6:00PM-GMT 7:00PM-CST 8:00PM-EST - Call 347-539-5285 -


Today’s Guest Speaker: Mr. Charles Wright-Founder of the Watts 103rd Street Rhythm Band and Author of UP From Where We've Come.


Topic: Our Mississippi Roots and What Ravaged Us!


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About Our Guest:

Charles Wright was born in Clarksdale, Mississippi, where he grew up and was musically inclined by playing the guitar and singing in several doo-wop groups, including, The Twilighters, The Shield, and The Gallahads. Wright briefly worked as A&R Director for Del-Fi Records and was responsible for the hit recording of “Those Oldies But Goodies (Remind Me of You)” by Little Caesar and the Romans in 1961. By 1964, Wright formed his own band called Charles Wright & the Wright Sounds, which included John Raynford, and Daryl Dragon, the “Captain” of Captain & Tennille.


Voices of Wisdom is named so, to keep the voice of Rachel Berry alive through our platform. She created the group Voices of Wisdom because everyone knows something that someone else needs to know, officially known as The VOW Network on Facebook.



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