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St. Louis on the Air
Entertainer and St. Louis native Josephine Baker to be inducted into the Panthéon

St. Louis on the Air

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 15:35


More than 45 years after her death, St. Louis native and entertainer Josephine Baker is receiving France's highest honor: induction into the Panthéon. We talk with Lionel Cuillé of Washington University and Lois Conley of the Griot Museum of Black History about Baker's life and legacy.

The United States of Anxiety
An Anti-Racism Refresher

The United States of Anxiety

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 51:35


Anti-racist work snuck into the mainstream last year. But ever since, it's received a huge backlash. Why, and what did right-wing media have to gain? This week, Kai revisits two conversations: First, with Dr. Ibram X. Kendi, author of five best-selling books including How to Be an Antiracist, about what anti-racism really means. Then, Dr. Nicole Hemmer, author of Messengers of the Right: Conservative Media and the Transformation of American Politics, explains how right wing media serves -- and surrounds -- its audience. Companion listening for this episode: The ‘Beautiful Experiments' Left Out of Black History (02/08/2021) Cultural historian Saidiya Hartman introduces Kai to the young women whose radical lives were obscured by respectability politics, in the second installment of our Future of Black History series.   “The United States of Anxiety” airs live on Sunday evenings at 6pm ET. The podcast episodes are lightly edited from our live broadcasts. To catch all the action, tune into the show on Sunday nights via the stream on WNYC.org/anxiety or tell your smart speakers to play WNYC.    We want to hear from you! Connect with us on Twitter @WNYC using the hashtag #USofAnxiety or email us at anxiety@wnyc.org.

Mental Dialogue
Who Were We Before Enslavement & Does It Matter?

Mental Dialogue

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021 121:35


Special guests, BABA AMIN OJUOK of the Uhuru Academy and SOSA of the Pseudo Killas, drops by to discuss BLACK HISTORY prior to the TRANS-ATLANTIC ENSLAVEMENT TRADE and its relevance to AFRICAN AMERICANS today. How much does Truth & accuracy matter in learning this history? Would learning about this period in history make a difference in how we as AFRICAN AMERICANS viewed ourselves? Would knowing this history improve or hurt our current relationship with AFRICAN IMMIGRANTS? And lastly we ask our guests can BLACK PEOPLE expect to succeed in America without learning more about this period? MENTAL DIALOGUE asking the questions America's afraid to ask. ALL I ASK IS THAT YOU THINK --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/montoya-smith/message

No White Saviors Podcast
Whitewashing Black History w/ NWS Team

No White Saviors Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 48:02


In today's episode, the NWS Team follows up on an earlier chat with Tyron from the Boukman Academy on Whitewashing Black History. We strongly encourage you to listen to part 1 of this conversation.Listeners can support our work & the production of this podcast by signing up through Patreon.ORVenmo: @nowhitesaviorsPayPalConnect with us on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.You can also find us on our personal IG accounts:Alaso Olivia Patience - @olivia.risesKelsey Nielsen - @unpopularvoteLubega Wendy - @lubegawendySupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/user?u=13938785)Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/user?u=13938785)

Buried Truths
The Verdict | Ahmaud Arbery

Buried Truths

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 34:55


The jury finds all three defendants guilty of murder. Sentencing will come later, but the three will almost surely live out their years in prison. A case that was all about race comes to a close with almost no mention of race in the courtroom. Outside the court, two of the defense attorneys are condemned for comments that inflamed much of the nation. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Here & Now
New York Tenement Museum explores Black history; Race and kidney transplants

Here & Now

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 41:04


Last spring, the New York City's Tenement Museum added the Reclaiming Black Spaces walking tour, visiting important Lower East Side Black historical sites. Host Robin Young visited the museum to find out more. And, a single equation has been used for decades in the U.S. to determine whether you're eligible for a kidney transplant. Now, a task force has mandated the elimination of race as a variable. Sojourner Ahébée of WHYY's The Pulse reports.

Hey Black Child: The Podcast
The First: Marian Anderson

Hey Black Child: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 7:33


American contralto. She performed a wide range of music, from opera to spirituals.

One Mic: Black History
The Harder They Fall

One Mic: Black History

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 43:10


The Netflix movie “The Harder They Fall”. The movie assembles cast black actors to play legendary Black western figures from across time to tell a fictional story about two rival groups, the Nat Love gang and the Rufus Buck gang. While the Harder They Fall is a fictional story that departs from actual historical events, the characters are real people, so who were the real historical people behind the characters in The Harder They Fall?Audio Onemichistory.com Please support our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=25697914Buy me a Coffeehttps://www.buymeacoffee.com/Countryboi2mhttps://en.wikipedia.orghttps://www.legendsofamerica.comhttps://time.com/6111612/the-harder-they-fall-true-storyhttps://www.latimes.com/entertainment-arts/movies/story/2021-11-04/the-harder-they-fall-netflix-real-people

Two Bros And A Rose
Black History

Two Bros And A Rose

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 61:26


On this episode of TBAAR, updates on Tayshia and Katie (3:00), Fake students pt 2 (8:09), Clayton's propoganda (13:47), Joe's 4H career (19:14), Martin's demise pt 2 (25:40), Brandon's erection (32:30), Black History (48:00) and much more *RATE AND SUBSCRIBE* @BrandonEarl_ @BPopeTV @Jonquilrose

Race and Redemption
The Case for Restorative Justice with District Attorney Flynn Broady

Race and Redemption

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 45:57


Flynn Broady Jr., an army combat veteran and recently elected District Attorney, educates us on the meaning, methods and outcomes of restorative justice and fills us in on the Ahmaud Arbery murder case he is helping to prosecute. DA Broady explains the roles prosecutors, defenders and judges play in the trying and sentencing of offenders and how they can work together to best serve the community at large. We discuss how restorative practices effect recidivism and influence overall crime rates and how they most closely resemble the type of justice we see modeled for us in the New Testament. Jesus, justice and so much more come together in this thought-provoking and informative conversation.

Status/الوضع
On The Square EP5 - Muslim Artifacts at the National Museum of African American History and Culture

Status/الوضع

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 41:06


In this episode of On The Square, Sapelo Square History Editor Zaheer Ali speaks with Tulani Salahu-Din, museum specialist at the Smithsonian's National Museum of African American History and Culture (NMAAHC), about Muslim artifacts at the museum. Salahu-Din provides the backstory for some of the objects at the museum, including those featured as part of Sapelo Square's Black History Month 2021 special: an egg carton from the Nation of Islam's Muslim Farms, a tape recorder used by Malcolm X at Mosque No. 7, and a pendant the Honorable Elijah Muhammad gave to his wife Sister Clara Muhammad as described by their grand-daughter Amirah Muhammad in an oral history. They also talk about the importance of preserving Muslim material culture, and steps everyone can take in collecting and recording their family histories. To the question, “If Black Islam had a theme song, what would it be?,” Salahu-Din chose Quincy Jones's “What Good Is a Song?” To learn more about some of the Muslim artifacts featured at the National Museum of African American History and Culture (NMAAHC), visit Sapelo Square's Black History Month 2021 feature, or search the online collections at NMAAHC. To find out more information about the museum's artifacts and public programming around themes of religion and spirituality, visit the Center for Study of African American Religious Life. Theme music by Fanatik OnBeats. Artwork was created by Scheme of Things Graphics. --- Courtesy of Maydan Podcast.

Author Nigel Beckles
Zarinah Hameen Creator of The Black Melanoid Chronicles Encyclopedia Series Discusses Black History, The Civil Rights Movement & More

Author Nigel Beckles

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 22:38


Creator of The Black Melanoid Chronicles Encyclopedia Series Zarinah Hameen discusses the importance of acknowledging Black History, the Civil Rights Movement, racism, future plans for an online documentary series and much more... Karinah Info: Website: https://www.amgroupllc.biz/melanoidchronicles Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/realblackwallstreet/ Email: melanoid@amgroupllc.biz Tel: 267 405 3372

Digging Deeper
Audio Exclusive: Cornett's Black History Trivia Night

Digging Deeper

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 18:59


In the first of new audio-only, exclusive episodes of Digging Deeper, host Jason Falls reports back on Cornett's recent Black History Trivia Night event. The entire agency got together at a local art gallery to have a bar trivia style learning experience around Black History. It's part of an ongoing effort at Cornett for us all to recognize, learn and embrace a more diverse cultural, racial and social makeup, as an agency in service to our employees and clients, but also just as citizens of the world and our community.  So what did the Cornett team learn at our Black History Trivia Night event? Quite a bit. And we had such a good experience learning and socializing together around this idea, we wanted to share it with all of you.  Cornett's Black History Trivia Night organized by our Action Plan team. Their broad task is to keep us on task and not just pay lip service to the agency improvement initiatives we've started in the last 3-4 years. The team, which consisted of Audrey Moeglin from our account planning team, Camille Wright, a junior graphic designer here, Sara Reising our creative resource manager, and Tajah McQueen who is on my team as a digital engagement manager.  The rules were set like bar trivia. The winning team took home bragging rights. We all took home more knowledge and understanding of Black History. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

My Inquiring Mind Podcast
S2 E3: Dark Origins of Children's Nursery Rhymes

My Inquiring Mind Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 31:29


Mother Goose is the fictional sweet old lady who wrote the nursery rhymes that many of use grew up hearing and maybe some of you have even passed them on to your own children… but most of those nursery rhymes actually come from very dark origins. You have been warned... THIS EPISODE MAY RUIN YOUR CHILDHOOD! In this episode I expose the backstories of 11 popular nursery rhymes and songs. I'm talking murderers, sexists, racists, plagues... ya know, all the good stuff that you want to teach your children about.ALL SOURCES FOR THIS EPISODE: https://reginajeffers.blog/2014/09/23/rub-a-dub-dub-nursery-rhyme/https://www.bustle.com/life/nursery-rhymes-with-bizarre-hidden-meanings-because-peter-pumpkin-eater-is-a-murdererhttps://www.mentalfloss.com/article/55035/dark-origins-11-classic-nursery-rhymeshttps://the-line-up.com/creepy-backstories-nusery-rhymeshttps://www.snopes.com/fact-check/muffin-man-song-serial-killer/0EPISODE MUSIC BY: https://pixabay.com/music/happy-childrens-tunes-baby-game-mane-without-laughter-8779/https://pixabay.com/music/epic-classical-epic-darkness-469/Support the show (https://cash.app/$KCandCompanykate)

15 Minute History
Episode 134: Austin’s Black History

15 Minute History

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 22:44


To kick off the new season of 15 Minute History, we sit down with Dr. Javier Wallace, founder and guide of Black Austin Tours. While those familiar with Austin know the George Washington Carver Museum as well as historically Black East Austin, Dr. Wallace unpacks other hidden, and not-so-hidden elements of Black history in the Texas capital. Learn more about Black Austin Tours at https://blackaustintours.com/ and follow them on social media at BlackAustinTours.

FANTI
Non/Monogamy (ft. Ev'Yan Whitney)

FANTI

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 58:54


Episode Notes:Sometimes media's Black representation in non/monogamy be like, does it even exist? And Ev'Yan understands the problem. As a role model, they runs the “Sensual Self” podcast  to discuss they's 8-year-old, non/monogamous relationship. They also wrote a book about self-healing titled, “Sensual Self: Prompts and Practices for Getting in Touch with Your Body: A Guided Journal.” We did want to recognize society's growing recognition of non/monogamy by highlighting some of today's popular media representations on FANTI's IG. Here are a few: "Professor Marston and the Wonder Women," "Shameless" Season 7, and "Insecure" Season 2.Black History is Happening Every DayThe Country Music Awards is finally recognizing that Black hair is it! Faith Fennidy inspired singer Mickey Guyton to write “Love My Hair” after Fennidy was sent home for wearing braids to school at age 11 in 2018. Fast forward to Nov. 2021, and Fennidy was invited to introduce Guyton at the Country Music Awards show held in Nashville, Tennessee, NBC News reported. DIS/Honorable Mentions HM: Jarrett saw an amazing performance starring Cameron Wright, Emi Seacrest and Mykal kilgore (he will be on the show next month). According to his website, Kilgore will be performing in New York on Nov. 19 and Nov. 20. HM: Adele did a CBS Special that included a concert and interview with Oprah.  HM:  Lil Nas X is honored as GQ's Musician of the YearHM: Brian Michael Smith is the first trans individual to make People Magazine's Sexiest Man Alive list.  Our Sponsors This WeekDipseaFor listeners of the show, Dipsea is offering an extended 30 day free trial when you go to Dipsea Stories dot com slash FANTI. Go ahead and @ usEmail: FANTI@maximumfun.orgIG@FANTIpodcast@Jarrett Hill@rayzon (Tre'Vell)Twitter@FANTIpodcast@TreVellAnderson@JarrettHill@Swish (Senior Producer Laura Swisher)@Rainewheat (Producer Lorraine Wheat)FANTI is produced and distributed by MaximumFun.orgLaura Swisher is senior producer and Lorraine Wheat is producer. Episode Contributors: Jarrett Hill, Laura Swisher, Tre'Vell Anderson, Lorraine WheatMusic: Cor.eceGraphics: Ashley Nguyen

The Dr Boyce Breakdown
How Kanye West can raise billions for the black community

The Dr Boyce Breakdown

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 31:43


#KanyeWest is a great man and an amazing #rapper. A powerful follow up to #Kanye's outstanding interview on #DrinkChamps would be for him to raise a billion dollars for #BlackPeople. This can be done. Right now. @mrjaymorrison was able to raise over $11.5 million with a social media following of a few hundred thousand people. With the following that Kanye West has, along with his 15 closest friends, they could easily raise several billion dollars WITHIN A MONTH. This money would fund thousands of #BlackOwned schools, to liberate #BlackChildren from the highly inferior and horrific public school system. This money could fund thousands of #BlackOwnedBusinesses, many of whom are boycotted by EVERYONE and STARVING for capital that is NOT provided to them by the #racist banking system. This money could buy thousands of acres of LAND, creating the greatest land-ownership movement in all of #BlackHistory. We could build black owned universities rather than allowing #BlackChildren to become saddled with devastating #StudentLoan debt. This money could even lead to the creation of black owned sports leagues, so our athletes aren't begging for opportunities from the #NBA, the #NCAA and #NFL. The move would be EPIC and would free our community from the #SystematicRacism of the Democrat and Republican Parties, the corporate plantation and other systems that serve to keep our people oppressed. I would advise Kanye and his team FREE OF CHARGE on what to do with the money. Also, there are THOUSANDS of black educators, attorneys, PhDs, Scientists, Accountants, Doctors, Parents, and Developers who would get on board with such a project IMMEDIATELY. This is what #BlackPower looks like. It must be INSTITUTIONAL power, not just charismatic leadership. We can do this. We can raise this money. It's time to take it to the house for our people and build for the next 300 years. Our grandchildren will be VERY proud of what we've accomplished. Sincerely, Dr Boyce Watkins http://BoyceWatkins.com Follow Dr Boyce Watkins on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/therealboyc... #BoyceWatkins #DrBoyceWatkins

Squabbit
64. Wake Up World! (a 70 year-old climber, 5-star leggings, and Mamie Till-Mobley)

Squabbit

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 32:18


It's a brand new episode filled to the brim with positive news! But first we need to talk about what I've been up to for the past few weeks. Then, we cover Dierdre Wolownick, the 70 year-old who just made history as the oldest climber to reach the peak of El Capitan at Yosemite. She just happens to be the mother of Alex Honnold, the feature of the documentary Free Solo. (05:17) We also have to chat about the viral review of the Raypose leggings from Cory H. After sliding and rolling down a mountain, Cory posted a rave review about the leggings! #ILoveCory (11:45) And we finish our episode talking about Mamie Till-Mobley. She lived a courageous life as an educator, speaker, and civil rights activist after being faced with tragedy no mother should face. (16:08) Her legacy is still being taught today and you can help fund a scholarship in her name, here. Sources: Dierdre Wolownick's climb Cory H. and her leggings Mamie Till - Wiki  Mamie - NYHistory Argo Community fundraiser 

The African History Network Show
Rev. Jesse Jackson attends trial; Defense attorney tries to get him kicked out

The African History Network Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 114:00


Ahmaud Arbery Day 7: Rev. Jesse Jackson attends Ahmaud Arbery killing trial; Defense attorney tries to get him ejected.; Plessy vs. Ferguson 1896 U.S. Supreme Court that legalized Jim Crow Laws  - TheAHNShow with Michael Imhotep 11-15-21   Support The African History Network through Cash App @ https://cash.app/$TheAHNShow or PayPal @ TheAHNShow@gmail.com or http://www.PayPal.me/TheAHNShow or visit http://www.AfricanHistoryNetwork.com and click on the yellow “Donate” button.

Status/الوضع
On The Square EP3 - Umi's Archive

Status/الوضع

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 42:42


In this episode of On The Square, Sapelo Square History Editor Zaheer Ali speaks with Sapelo Square Senior Editor and On The Square curator Dr. Su'ad Abdul Khabeer about her latest work, Umi's Archive. The multimedia research project digs deep into the life of Dr. Su'ad's mother, Amina Amatul Haqq (neé Audrey Weeks), to explore the meanings of being Black in the world. Dr. Su'ad shares her reasons for assembling and sharing the archive, some of her surprising discoveries, and the importance of archives to telling fuller, more nuanced histories of Black Muslim women and their communities. To learn more about Umi's Archive and view online exhibitions, visit umisarchive.com and follow on Instagram @umisarchive. To the question, “If Black Islam had a theme song, what would it be?,” Dr. Su'ad chose Suad El-Amin's “Shahadah.” Opening contains audio from a video performance by Dr. Su'ad Abdul Khabeer, featured in “Why Umi's Archive?” This episode includes an excerpt from Suad El-Amin's “Shahadah.” On The Square theme music was created by Fanatik OnBeats. Artwork for On The Square was created by Scheme of Things Graphics. --- Courtesy of Maydan Podcast.

Politics Done Right
Can we all get along? Racial fallacies. Big Pharma Deception. Afro Latinos & 1619 Project

Politics Done Right

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2021 57:55


LIVE on KPFT 90.1 FM: Big Pharma tries to trick seniors. Arturo Dominguez challenges Afro Latino ire with the 1619 Project, racism & more. Arturo Dominguez, Racial Justice Advocacy Journalist, on Latino 1619 project issues and #WEOC: Racial Justice Advocacy Journalist Arturo Dominguez challenges Latinos and others critical of the 1619 project & #WEOC. Arturo Dominguez did not disappoint. Recently Arturo wrote the article titled “Unpacking Latino Criticism of The 1619 Project: Addressing the arguments some Latinos have made against the accurate teaching of U.S.-centric Black History.” INSIGHTFUL statement at PDR monthly chat: Broaden our message so that everyone feels connected: We have an Ask Egberto Anything on the first Saturday of every month. A PDR Posse member, Tom C made a message observation we must heed. Liz Cheney: Republicans are willing hostages to Trump and are domestic threats: Congresswoman Liz Cheney did not mince her words as she called out her Republican colleagues as willing hostages to Trump and are endangering the nation. A dedicated listener made a statement on race that I needed to addressed. I am sure that the listener was not mal-intentioned. His sentiment is one shared by many and I think requires address immediately and intentionally. --- If you like what we do please do the following! Most Independent Media outlets continue to struggle to raise the funds they need to operate much like the smaller outlets like Politics Done Right SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube Channel here. LIKE our Facebook Page here. Share our blogs, podcasts, and videos. Get our books here. Become a YouTube PDR Posse Member here. Become a Politics Done Right Subscriber via Patreon here. Become a Politics Done Right Subscriber via Facebook here. Consider providing a contribution here. Please consider supporting our GoFundMe equipment fund here. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/politicsdoneright/support

West Virginia Morning
A Virginia Park Is Restored And Celebrates Black History On This West Virginia Morning

West Virginia Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 15:50


On this West Virginia Morning, a park named Green Pastures in 1937 became a destination for generations of Black people across central Appalachia. We learn about this park's history and what's become of it today.

That Wasn't In My Textbook
History of Minimalism: Packin' Light with Afrominimalist Christine Platt

That Wasn't In My Textbook

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 68:55


Oftentimes when we hear the word minimalist, we think of boring neutral colors, and bare bone spaces, but it doesn't have to be that way. In today, History of Minimalism episode we trace the history of this art form that has become a lifestyle and we also look at how we reimagine minimalism to fit our individual style and needs. Joined by the Afrominimalist Christine Platt, we take a new look ar how to live with less, especially for Black folks and other people of color, who we don't see in those spaces.  The biggest takeaway to living with less is that it is so much more that just getting rid of stuff- you gain alot as well. Listen to this episode to learn:How the minimalism art form became a lifestyle Uncover how minimalist  was inspired century old Islamic and Japanese cultures Find out the differences between minimalism and afro-minimalism how we got so much stuff in the first place and why we are attached to things Benefits of living with less+ so much more. Where I get my info from:Becoming An Afro-Minimalist To Really Be FreeALL YOU'VE EVER WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT MINIMALISM9 Fun & Surprising Minimalist FactsVoluntary SimplicityChave, Anna C. "Minimalism and the Rhetoric of Power." Arts Magazine 64.5 (1990): 44-63.Kang, Jiyun, Cosette M. Joyner Martinez, and Catherine Johnson. "Minimalism as a sustainable lifestyle: Its behavioral representations and contributions to emotional well-being." Sustainable Production and Consumption 27 (2021): 802-813.Follow and Support:Support Christine Platt by checking out her website, instagram and/or purchasing her book.Purchase our new bookmarks. All proceeds go to the podcast.Visit our website. Follow the podcast on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook and watch episodes on Youtube  and feel free to donate.To learn more about the podcast host Toya, visit ToyaFromHarlem.com. Connect with Toya on Instagram, Twitter,and LinkedIn

Politics Done Right
Arturo Dominguez, Racial Justice Advocacy Journalist, on Latino 1619 project issues and #WEOC.

Politics Done Right

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 20:50


Racial Justice Advocacy Journalist Arturo Dominguez challenges Latinos and others critical of the 1619 project & #WEOC. Arturo Dominguez did not disappoint. Recently Arturo wrote the article titled “Unpacking Latino Criticism of The 1619 Project: Addressing the arguments some Latinos have made against the accurate teaching of U.S.-centric Black History.” Mr. Dominguez's article should be read in its entirety. But his mild admonition of the Latin American and Caribbean Island (LACI) community for their critique of the 1619 Project is important. --- If you like what we do please do the following! Most Independent Media outlets continue to struggle to raise the funds they need to operate much like the smaller outlets like Politics Done Right SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube Channel here. LIKE our Facebook Page here. Share our blogs, podcasts, and videos. Get our books here. Become a YouTube PDR Posse Member here. Become a Politics Done Right Subscriber via Patreon here. Become a Politics Done Right Subscriber via Facebook here. Consider providing a contribution here. Please consider supporting our GoFundMe equipment fund here. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/politicsdoneright/support

One Mic: Black History
The Legend of Black Death

One Mic: Black History

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 11:46


Henry Johnson while on watch in the Argonne Forest in France on May 14, 1918, he fought off a German raid, killing multiple German soldiers and rescuing a fellow soldier Private Needham Roberts while experiencing 21 wounds himself. Audio Onemichistory.com Please support our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=25697914Buy me a Coffeehttps://www.buymeacoffee.com/Countryboi2mhttps://www.army.mil/medalofhonor/johnson/https://www.smithsonianmag.com/history/remembering-henry-johnson-the-soldier-called-black-death-117386701/https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henry_Johnson_(World_War_I_soldier)https://www.nationalguard.mil/News/Article/1515966/wwi-hero-henry-johnson-fought-for-his-life-with-a-bolo-knife/https://www.history.com/news/wwi-hero-henry-johnson-finally-receives-medal-of-honor

No White Saviors Podcast
Whitewashing Black History With Tyron-Boukman Academy

No White Saviors Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 62:42


In today's episode, the NWS Team has a chat with Tyron from the Boukman Academy on Whitewashing Black History. Boukman Academy is an organization that provides pan-African education. Their online school, found at www.boukmanacademy.com, has a free curriculum focused on Black studies where you can study history, political science, psychology, sociology, and culture.Listeners can support our work & the production of this podcast by signing up through Patreon.ORVenmo: @nowhitesaviorsPayPalConnect with us on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.You can also find us on our personal IG accounts:Alaso Olivia Patience - @olivia.risesKelsey Nielsen - @unpopularvoteLubega Wendy - @lubegawendySupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/user?u=13938785)Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/user?u=13938785)

Detroit is Different
Charlie Becham: Detroit's Black History is American History

Detroit is Different

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 32:54


The original interview with Charlie Becham was fun, engaging, and eye-opening. Today he is back to talk more about his life story. The one-man stage play is now a film shown on Thursday, November 11, 2021, at 7 pm at the Charles H Wright Museum. His story opens up about the targeting of leaders and public officials under a microscope from the FBI. This interview explores in more detail the roles public officials play in Detroit politics. This is another piece of the puzzle into the wit, character, and savvy of being smart while honoring public service. Charlie Becham is a Detroit signature in 6 Mayoral administrations, and one of the best Detroit is Different interviews. Detroit is Different is a podcast hosted by Khary Frazier covering people adding to the culture of an American Classic city. Visit www.detroitisdifferent.com to hear, see and experience more of what makes Detroit different. Follow, like, share, and subscribe to the Podcast on iTunes, Google Play, and Sticher. Comment, suggest and connect with the podcast by emailing info@detroitisdifferent.com Find out more at https://detroit-is-different.pinecast.co

Race and Redemption
This Is Us: The Hearts Behind the Podcast with Matt Owen and Kendra Harrell

Race and Redemption

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 34:04


You hear Brooke and Susan on the mic each week, but did you know that there are more hearts and hands behind the Race and Redemption podcast? Today we get the chance to talk with our sound engineer, Matt Owen, and our graphic designer, Kendra Harrell, to find out why they said yes to joining our mission in equipping white Christians to pursue racial justice right where they are planted. They share their honest reaction to receiving a call from two white ladies wanting to podcast about race and they get vulnerable about their own stories, insecurities and gifts that they are using for good. We love these two incredible people and you will to after hearing this episode!

KERA's Think
Black history is not just for Black people

KERA's Think

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 33:22


Leonard Moore has taught Black history for more than 25 years – often to white students. Moore is the George Littlefield Professor of American History at the University of Texas at Austin, and he joins host Krys Boyd to discuss asking students to consider uncomfortable questions about racism to move beyond words toward paths of reckoning and reconciliation. His book is called “Teaching Black History to White People.”

Entrepreneurial Appetite's Black Book Discussions
Teaching Black History to White People: A Conversation with Leonard N. Moore, PhD

Entrepreneurial Appetite's Black Book Discussions

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2021 59:20


In this edition of Entrepreneurial Appetite's Black Book Discussions, we partnered with Angie K's Book Store, The San Antonio African American Community Archive and Museum, and The Witte Museum to feature conversations with  Leonard N. Moore, Ph.D. , Professor of History at The University of Texas at Austin and author of Teaching Black History to White People. For information about how you can join our live discussion, follow entrepreneurial appetite on social media.Angie K Book Storehttps://saaacam.org/Instagram: Entrepreneurial_AppetiteTwitter: Entre_App

Buried Truths
Trial Begins| Ahmaud Arbery

Buried Truths

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2021 19:12


Although the racial composition of the jury – 11 white jurors, one black – has set off alarm bells, the trial commences with three opening statements and the first prosecution witness. A Glynn County police officer's body-cam footage filled the somber courtroom with horrific images from the scene of Ahmaud Arbery's killing. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

That Wasn't In My Textbook
Season 3 Trailer

That Wasn't In My Textbook

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 4:24


Your favorite history podcast has returned for Season 3. We're like the history class you never knew you wanted and that you don't want to miss!Let face it, most history classes are boring, a lot of history topics seem ancient and therefore people think history is boring. But believe it or not history is very interesting. Season 1 and 2 has proven that already and now we're back with Season 3 to prove yet again that history doesn't have to be a white, pretentious snooze fest. From the history of reality TV to the history of stripping, this season is going to full of juicy history topics.  Listen to this trailer to get a preview of season 3's juicy topics, learn about the new episode structure, get the new podcast schedule  (we're weekly now)and more. 

One Mic: Black History
The Immortal Henrietta Lacks

One Mic: Black History

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 34:26


In 1951, a Black woman named Henrietta Lacks was diagnosed with terminal cervical cancer. While she was being treated at Johns Hopkins University, a doctor named George Gey removed cells from her cervix without her permission and later discovered that Henrietta's cells could not only be kept alive, but would also grow indefinitely.For the last 60 plus years Henrietta's cells have been cultured and used in experiments ranging from determining the long-term effects of radiation to studying COVID-19. Her cells were commercialized and have generated millions of dollars in profit for the medical researchers who patented her tissue.Audio Onemichistory.comPlease support our Patreon:https://www.patreon.com/user?u=25697914Buy me a Coffeehttps://www.buymeacoffee.com/Countryboi2mThe Immortal Life of Henrietta LacksBy Rebecca Skloothttps://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/henriettalacks/https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henrietta_Lackshttps://abcnews.go.com/US/henrietta-lacks-family-seeks-justice-grandchildren-sue-biotech/story?id=80539229https://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-020-02494-z

Black Educators Matter
Short Stories of Black History

Black Educators Matter

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 35:52


“[Being a black educator] gives students a hero they can interact with everyday.” Mr. Amondre Johnson 2nd Grade, History Teacher, Football Coach, Paraprofessional, Substitute Teacher Short Stories of Black History Podcast “[There's] better understanding and compassion between a black teacher and a black student.” Amondre Johnson grew up in Roanoke, VA. He got his BA in History, played for the NFL and then came back to get a masters in Curriculum & Instruction - where his cohort consisted of 24 white women and him. He was the first black male to graduate from this program! He knew he wanted to be a teacher and against all odds, he worked hard to do just that. “Black males make up only 2% of the teacher population.” Although he grew up in a predominantly Black neighborhood, Amondre didn't have a black male teacher until high school. In his time working with black student he's seen how crucial his presence is, from diverting hair disasters and being school dad, to teaching critical thinking skills to second graders. And just like a hero, he doesn't shy away from hard topics & challenges. His podcast, “Short Stories of Black History", was created to further these discussions and embrace our experiences. For more information, find his podcast on Spotify and Anchor @ Short Stories of Black History, or reach out to him at ehshortstories@gmail.com.

The African History Network Show
Ahmaud Arbery: Slavery-era Georgia ‘Citizens Arrest Law' is from 1863

The African History Network Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 104:00


Ahmaud Arbery: Slavery Era ‘Citizens Arrest Law' from 1863 is focus of Trial over Ahmaud's killing; What's In Biden's $1.75 trillion Build Back Better Plan? - TheAHNShow with Michael Imhotep 10-28-21   Support The African History Network through Cash App @ https://cash.app/$TheAHNShow or PayPal @ TheAHNShow@gmail.com or http://www.PayPal.me/TheAHNShow or visit http://www.AfricanHistoryNetwork.com and click on the yellow “Donate” button.    

Hey Black Child: The Podcast
The First: Colin Luther Powell

Hey Black Child: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 6:28


Avery and Jackson learn about Four Star General Colin Luther Powell.

Love Thy Neighborhood
#49: The True Origins of the Religious Right

Love Thy Neighborhood

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 57:35


Conservative Evangelicals are known for voting on the basis of pro-life. But that isn't what originally catapulted them into politics. In today's story, a religion professor attends a strange meeting that ultimately sends him on a quest to uncover the history of the political movement known as the Religious Right. This episode is in partnership with the show Black History for White People - http://blackhistoryforwhitepeople.com/ For Dr. Balmer's full journey, check out his book Bad Faith: Race and the Rise of the Religious Right - https://www.amazon.com/Bad-Faith-Race-Religious-Right/dp/0802879349

Race and Redemption
Critical Theory and Race- Part Two with Dr. Ed Uszynski

Race and Redemption

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 40:58


Other Voices
Katherine Hawkins — Reviving Black history in Schoharie County

Other Voices

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 38:07


In 1914, John Daniels wrote “In Freedom's Birthplace; a Study of the Boston Negroes.” Eighty-five years later, his son, Jack Daniels, wrote “Discovering the Forgotten History of African Americans in Schoharie County.”The language like the location had changed, but the mission was the same: To uncover and tell a largely unwritten part of American history.Jack Daniels writes in the introduction to his 1999 book, “I hope there will be others who wish to add to or amend the historical record; also to keep it up to date.”Starting today, Oct. 21, the Schoharie County Historical Society is hosting a series of discussions on Jack Daniels's book.Katherine Hawkins is leading the first session and says one of the goals of the series is to inspire what Daniels had requested 22 years ago — that the history of Blacks in Schoharie County be updated and added to.She stressed that anyone is welcome to come to the free sessions, which will be held at 7 p.m., starting Oct. 21, and will continue monthly through April at the Schoharie Presbyterian Church.Daniels died in 2012 at the age of 96. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Black History Gives Me Life
Cultural Continuity and the Recovery of Black History with Debora Heard

Black History Gives Me Life

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 54:49


For centuries, white historians' have attempted to erase and whitewash Black history. Despite their best efforts, it can't be erased. Today, we're talking with Debora Heard to help us reclaim and recover the history many have attempted to falsify. A Ph.D. Candidate in Anthropology at the University of Chicago, she's dedicated much time to provide African-descended people with access, opportunity, and training in fields of ancient Nile valley and Northeast African studies. Knowing your history makes you stronger -- we just have to recover it first. BHY is produced by PushBlack, the nation's largest non-profit Black media company - hit us up at BlackHistoryYear.com and share this with your people! PushBlack exists because we saw we had to take this into our own hands. You make PushBlack happen with your contributions at https://BlackHistoryYear.com​. Most people do 5 or 10 bucks a month, but everything makes a difference. Thanks for supporting the work. The Black History Year production team includes: Tareq Alani, Patrick Sanders, Leslie Taylor-Grover, William Anderson, Jareyah Bradley, Brooke Brown, Shiavon Chapman, Tabitha Jacobs, Abeni Jones, Briona Lamback, Courtney Morgan, Zain Murdock, Akua Tay, Tasha Taylor, and Darren Wallace. Producing the podcast we have Cydney Smith, who performs our narrative pieces, and Sasha Kai Parker, who also edits the show. Black History Year's executive producer is Julian Walker. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

FANTI
Diversity Programs - Do Better! (ft. Dr. Jon Paul)

FANTI

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 58:08


 Mentioned in the showDr. Jon Paul's piece Punching Down: Why Netflix Deserves Some of the Heat for Dave Chapelle's Transphobic CommentsiHeartRadio NextUp Fellowship ProgramNetflix firing of walkout organizerTransLash Podcast with Imara JonesDIS/Honorable Mentions Tre'Vell picksHM Unholier Than Thou w/ guest Michelle WilliamsHM Transhealth NorthamptonDr. Jon Paul picksDM - Niggas who don't read!HM - Ashlee Marie Preston, organizer of the Netflix walkoutHM - Colman Domingo and everyone connected to the new film “Rustin” where her will be playing Bayard Rustin.Black History is Happening Every Day!Monica Roberts in NABJ's Hall of FameRelated EpisodesEp 49 Is Dave Chappelle Half Baked?Ep 41 Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Oh My (ft. Sharon Smith)Our Sponsors This WeekLumi LabsFor free shipping & 30% off your first order… use code: FANTI.Uncommon GoodsFor 15% off your next gift, click the above link.Go ahead and @ usEmail: FANTI@maximumfun.orgIG@FANTIpodcast@Jarrett Hill@rayzon (Tre'Vell)@DoctorJonPaulTwitter@FANTIpodcast@TreVellAnderson@JarrettHill@DoctorJon Paul (guest)@Swish (Senior Producer Laura Swisher)@Rainewheat (Producer Lorraine Wheat)FANTI is produced and distributed by MaximumFun.orgLaura Swisher is senior producer and Lorraine Wheat is producer. 

One Mic: Black History
Where is Black Eden?

One Mic: Black History

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 22:47


Black Eden was the Town of Idlewild, Michigan, from 1912 through the mid-1960s. Idlewild had an active year-round community and was visited by black entertainers and musicians from all over the country. At its peak, it was one of the most popular resorts in the Midwest and as many as 25,000 would come to Idlewild in the height of the summer season.Audio Onemichistory.comPlease support our Patreon:https://www.patreon.com/user?u=25697914Buy me a Coffeehttps://www.buymeacoffee.com/Countryboi2mBlack Eden The Idlewild Community By Lewis Walker, Benjamin C. Wilson Idlewild The Rise, Decline, and Rebirth of a Unique African American Resort Townby Ronald J. Stephenshttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Idlewild,_Michiganhttps://www.blackpast.org/african-american-history/idlewild-michigan-1912 https://www.readex.com/blog/r-and-r-racism-idlewild-michigans-african-american-resort

Run That Prank
Colorful Adoption

Run That Prank

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 14:37


Is it possible to teach white kids all about Black History in one week or nah? Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Race and Redemption
Critical Theory and Race- Part One

Race and Redemption

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 33:06


Critical Race Theory. You can't open social media or turn on the news without hearing about it! Why is it suddenly so popular? How does it fit in with Marxism? Is it a threat to Christianity? What is it anyway? To understand CRT, we have to understand the origins of critical theory and how it has evolved over the past century. Brooke and Susan delve into the history of critical theory, the implications it has on modern society and the way we, as Christians, can Biblically respond to this analytical framework. Be sure to tune into Part Two, where we bring in an expert to dig into the specifics of Critical Race Theory and how the Bible offers the very best framework for unity.

Respect the Process
How Black History Inspired Sahir Champion To Pursue Filmmaking Part 1.

Respect the Process

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 67:15


S7 Founder Sahir Champion is Producer, Director that started out as an Editor. (You'll hear the Jake Scott story in the chat. Spoiler alert – it features a giant tampon.) So you can correctly surmise Sahir is an expert at delivery in every step in the production process. Client list includes high profile advertising agencies, record labels, production and editing companies on…

The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times
The story of an unsung Black Panther

The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 27:13


The Black Panther Party, a Black power political organization, was founded exactly 55 years ago in California's Bay Area and grew into a nationwide group that pushed for housing, food equity, education and self-protection. Several famous figures emerged from the group, including Eldridge Cleaver, Angela Davis and Huey P. Newton.But history often overlooks those who do not serve in dynamic roles or who perform tasks away from public view. These people do the thankless but crucial work that keeps organizations running. Barbara Easley-Cox was one of these people.Today, Easley-Cox recounts what she experienced as a Black Panther, from California to Algeria to North Korea and beyond.More reading:Decades before Black Lives Matter, there were the Black Panthers in OaklandOpinion: 1969 SWAT raid on Black Panthers set the tone for police race problemsBobby Seale, Eldridge Cleaver tell Cal State Fullerton audience about militancy, civil rights work

Afropop Worldwide
The Black History Of The Banjo

Afropop Worldwide

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 59:00


We trace the history of this most American of instruments from its ancestors in West Africa through the Caribbean and American South and into the present, as a new generation of Black women artists reclaim the banjo as their own. Rhiannon Giddens, Bassekou Kouyate, Bela Fleck and more talk claw-hammers, trad jazz, Appalachian folk, African ancestors and the on-going story of American music, which would be woefully incomplete without a Black history of the banjo. Produced by Ben Richmond

TED Talks Daily
The Black history of twerking -- and how it taught me self-love | Lizzo

TED Talks Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 13:50


Twerking is mainstream now ... but do you know where it came from? Superstar Lizzo traces booty shaking to a traditional West African dance and tells how Black women across generations kept the rhythm alive, from blues and jazz singers to modern rap and hip-hop performers. With her characteristic energy, she shares how twerking empowered her to love her own body -- and explains why understanding its origins helps protect Black culture from erasure and misappropriation. (And, yes, she twerks on stage.)