Topics include: 1)Unsealed court documents revealed that the FBI abused digital surveillance powers nearly 300K times within two years by utilizing Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act, designed to look for foreign intelligence or terrorist activity.2) The Marine Subway Hero Daniel Penny speaks out for the first time, after being wrongfully charged for the death of Jordan Neely.3)Biden is suggesting that he's willing to unlawfully use the 14th Amendment to raise the debt ceiling.4)The NAACP board of directors issued a statement warning blacks that Florida is “openly hostile” to blacks. Meanwhile, the board's chairman, Leon-Russell, lives in Florida. WATCH AND SUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL https://www.youtube.com/@carljacksonshowandblog More: www.TheCarljacksonshow.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thecarljacksonshow Twitter: https://twitter.com/carljacksonshow Parler: https://parler.com/carljacksonshowSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Ruth E. Carter made history when she became the first Black costume designer to win an Oscar, and the first Black woman to win two Oscars, both for her work on Marvel's Black Panther franchise. She's been the premier designer for movies that portray iconic Black characters and cultures for three decades, having worked with the likes of Spike Lee, Denzel Washington and Ava DuVernay even before her Black Panther triumphs. Carter recounts pivotal moments and reflects on her career in a new book, "The Art of Ruth E. Carter: Costuming Black History and the Afrofuture, from Do the Right Thing to Black Panther," from out May 23rd. Carter sat down with The Takeaway to talk about her visions of Black history and for Afrofutures. Cover of "The Art of Ruth E. Carter: Costuming Black History and the Afrofuture, from Do the Right Thing to Black Panther." (Chronicle Books)
Do you believe in science or religion? If you could go back in time, which time period would you visit? Why was most of ancient black history erased from existence? The squad does their best to answer another round of questions provided by Nova. If you would like to reach out to the squad, you can leave us a voice clip here...https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/2-deep-4-da-intro/message. Let's get to work. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/2-deep-4-da-intro/support
What does it mean to forgive, but never forget? Bob Kendrick addresses the racial slur used, and apology given, by A's broadcaster Glen Kuiper, and why he himself has chosen the path of forgiveness, while using the moment to remember the triumph over adversity of Negro Leagues baseball. Bob also takes a moment to remember his dear friend and a member of the Black Aces, the late Vida Blue, before writer, documentarian, and comedian W. Kamau Bell joins Bob for a nuanced discussion of how Blackness has been defined through the history of baseball, on the heels of Bell's HBOMax documentary "1000% Me", examining mixed race identity. Where was the line drawn for light-skinned stars like Charlie Grant or John Donaldson? And why? Did the first ever Black Major Leaguer KNOW that he was Black? And how did Blackness evolve in baseball past a skin tone, and into an entire style of play? Laugh and learn with Bob and W. Kamau Bell, as they walk through American history. Stream W. Kamau Bell's "1000% Me" - HBOMaxFollow Bob Kendrick on Twitter - @nlbmprezTo support the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum, and preserve the legacy of Buck O'Neil, please visit ThanksAMillionBuck.comVisit the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum in Kansas City - NLBM.com
Millennials Are Killing Capitalism
In this episode we interview Dr. Kris Manjapra. Kris Manjapra works at the intersection of transnational history and the critical study of race and colonialism. He is the author of five books, in this episode we discuss his comparative study of global emancipation processes and the implications for reparations movement today: Black Ghost of Empire: The Long Death of Slavery and the Failure of Emancipation. In addition to his scholarly work, he is the founder of a site-based nonprofit, Black History in Action, dedicated to the restoration and reactivation of a Black cultural heritage center in Cambridge, MA. Kris also co-organizes a free online community certificate course, entitled Black Futures Matter, serving people's assemblies across the US and the Caribbean. Our conversation with Manjapra focuses on Black Ghosts of Empire and on unsettling our mystified and highly inaccurate dominant views of emancipation processes globally. Dr. Manjapra walks us through the origin and history of the legal apparatus of emancipation and takes a materialist approach to analyzing whose interests were served through these processes to demonstrate how these historical shifts preserved and upheld the interests of slave owners. He also demonstrates the various ways that emancipation processes were designed to place Black people into a state of indebtedness and delay their freedom from bondage. This is an excellent discussion for thinking through the ways that the white supremacist capitalist state and the property owning classes seek to respond to crises in ways that preserve existing hierarchies and power relations. We also discuss many of the vibrant Black abolitionist movements that demanded, organized, and struggled for alternative futures. Taking a look at some of the earliest Pan Africanist and Black Feminist thinkers, cultural workers, and organizers Manjapra stitches together a rich tapestry of movement lineage that carries into the current ongoing struggles for reparations for slavery and its long afterlives. If you appreciate the work that we do we are on a push to add 40 patrons again this month. We are just a little bit behind the pace on our monthly goal so any support people can give is much appreciated. You will be joining a community of folks who make this show possible every week with their donations at patreon.com/millennialsarekillingcapitalism Links to some companion conversations: Rinaldo Walcott - On Black Freedom and the Abolition of Property Saidiya Hartman - Scenes of Subjection at 25 Robin DG Kelley - Freedom Dreams at 20
Meet the man responsible for both the skills of Roy Campanella, and the rise of baseball in Japan. Oh, and he also happened to have his own Hall of Fame resume ON the field. Bob Kendrick, Rich Westcott, and Ray Mackey discuss the life, career, and lasting legacy of Ray's Great Uncle, the legendary Raleigh "Biz" Mackey. Hear about Raleigh's humble beginnings in Texas and his rise to become a traveling superstar, his multiple Negro Leagues championships two decades apart, his unparalleled ability behind the plate, his invaluable mentorship off the field, and the feats he accomplished on the other side of the world that have STILL not been replicated to this day. But first, join Bob for a VERY special announcement from the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum, right off the top. Support the Biz Mackey Family Foundation - bizmackey.orgRead Rich Westcott's "Biz Mackey, A Giant Behind the Plate" - AmazonFollow Bob Kendrick on Twitter - @nlbmprezTo support the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum, and preserve the legacy of Buck O'Neil, please visit ThanksAMillionBuck.comVisit the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum in Kansas City - NLBM.com
Joey Pinz Discipline Conversations
Joey Pinz Conversations Podcast Information: • Website: https://www.joeypinz.com • Link Tree: https://linktr.ee/joeypinz • Music by Tom Izzo: @wahlsinger https://tomizzomusic.com Support our podcast: • Subscribe: https://joeypinzconversations.com/subscribe/ • How much is this podcast worth to you? Consider $5, $10 or $20/mo with Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/joeypinz • How about a one-time payment? • What is the episode worth to you? $25/$50/$100/$500 /$1,000/$5,000 with PayPal (one-time): https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/JoePannone Please subscribe/follow to Joey Pinz Discipline Conversations Podcast: • Spotify, Apple, Google, or others. Please consider rating with 5 stars if you like it. • Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/joey-pinz-discipline-conversations/id1583997438 • Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/69SFwY3XSwcw9qNvElAn10 • Google: https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkcy5idXp6c3Byb3V0LmNvbS8xODI4OTA2LnJzcw • YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/JoeyPinzDisciplineConversations?sub_confirmation=1Please follow on social media: @TheJoeyPinz • Instagram: @TheJoeyPinz https://www.instagram.com/TheJoeyPinz • Twitter: @TheJoeyPinz https://twitter.com/TheJoeyPinz • Facebook: @TheJoeyPinz https://www.facebook.com/TheJoeyPinz • TikTok: @TheJoeyPinz https://www.tiktok.com/@thejoeypinz • Minds: @TheJoeyPinz https://www.minds.com/thejoeypinz • YouTube: @TheJoeyPinz https://www.youtube.com/@thejoeypinzFinally, join our newsletter: https://joeypinzconversations.com/#newsletterSupport the show
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Untold Histories of the Atlantic World
In this episode, Sasha Wells—MA student from the University of Florida—discusses the history of Urban Slavery in The Bahamas during the Loyalist period (1784-1834) within the context of the Atlantic World.
Hey ya'll hey! Thanks for tuning into Episode 94 of Tellemtiptoldyou—"Setting May Goals.” On this episode, I introduce mental health as the theme for the podcast during the month of May. Weekly, I'll share with you one challenge or idea for you to consider during the week. My goal for this is to encourage you to think more deeply about practices you can employ to improve your overall health with particular attention given to your mental health. Listen, unless you've not been paying attention you already know about growing censorship in US public schools. In this episode of the podcast, I'll share with you what I think we need to be doing in this moment. I'll also talk about what it means for us to unify around the moment. I'd love to hear what you think about these ideas. And, if you're really wanting to unpack the ideas around education, culture, or mental health, please consider being a guest on the podcast. Send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. I'm a life coach helping folks reach holistic success over here! After you tune in, let me know what you think of this episode by leaving me a 5 star review. Take care of each other so we can build together. #tellemtiptoldyou For more on Tellemtiptoldyou (the podcast on Black History, Black Spirituality, and Black Culture, be sure to follow Dr. Tip on Instagram (@tiffanydphd) and Facebook (@tellemtiptoldyou). Be sure to subscribe to our website, www.tellemtiptoldyou.com, so that you never miss an update! And, if you want to send us a message, our email address is email@example.com Hosted by: Dr. Tip Guests on this episode: none TAGS: #thoughtleader #BlackCulture #BlackEducation #MentalHealth #SelfCare #LifeCoachforBlackWomen #tellemtiptoldyou #lifecoachforwomen
The Blackest Questions with Dr. Christina Greer
Emmy-nominated and New York Times Best-Selling author, comedian, and commentator Baratunde Thurston has some laughs with longtime friend Dr. Christina Greer as they talk Black history and their shared love for nature and travel. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode, we're jumping back to 1910s Chicago, which is the setting for my friend Krystal Marquis's New York Times and Indie bestselling novel The Davenports. This heartwarming historical romance introduces us to four young Black women navigating life at the turn of the century, falling in love, taking risks, and carving their own paths through the world. I loved talking to Krystal about her research and inspirations.
The MARVEL-ous Ms Marvels
The African History Network Show
Emmett Till accuser Carolyn Bryant Donham dies at 88. Here's the Real Reason why she was not charged by the DOJ in 2021!!! - Michael Imhotep - The African History Network Show 4-28-23, Carolyn Bryant Donham was the White woman who accused African American teenager Emmett Till of making improper advances before he was lynched in Mississippi in 1955. She died Tuesday night, in hospice care in Louisiana, a coroner's report shows. Carolyn Bryant Donham was 88. REGISTER NOW: Did you miss Class Sat. 4-29-23, 2pm EST ‘Ancient Kemet, Moors, Understanding The Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade' 12 Wk Online Course? https://theafricanhistorynetwork.com/ Support The African History Network through Cash App @ https://cash.app/$TheAHNShow or PayPal @ TheAHNShow@gmail.com or http://www.PayPal.me/TheAHNShow
Little Richard is a fixture of American culture, and if you were born after the 1950s, you may never have known a time when that wasn't the case. But chances are, even if you know Little Richard's name and larger-than-life persona, you still don't know the half of what he contributed to culture (and not just music culture). Lisa Cortes's documentary sets the record straight (well, okay, not straight…) and we have Juilliard ethnomusicology professor Fredara Hadley (who appears in the doc as an expert) here to help us talk it out.What's GoodAlonso - Blue Diamond Cocoa Dusted AlmondsFredara - Spring in New York = Horticulture time!Drea - Jury Duty on FreeveeITIDICa.) Some Celebrities Are Getting Their Blue Checks Restored…Against Their Willb). Joaquin Phoenix Warns Fans Not to Take Mushrooms Before BEAU IS AFRAIDc). Next (yes, NEXT) Fast and Furious Sequel Has its WritersStaff PicksAlonso - The Girl Can't Help ItFredara - The WizDrea - JoylandWith:Drea ClarkAlonso DuraldeFredara HadleyProduced by Marissa FlaxbartSr. Producer Laura Swisher
Babe Ruth considered him the greatest player who had ever lived. Derek Jeter called him 'me, but with more power'. Bob Kendrick and Dr. Wes Singletary tell the story of John Henry "Pop" Lloyd, a Hall of Fame shortstop and the favorite son of Palatka, Florida. Hear about Pop's humble beginnings and meteoric rise through the Negro Leagues, his playing career that extended into his mid-40's, and his legacy that lasts far beyond. And most importantly, learn about the gentlemanly reputation, both in the game and elsewhere, that truly earned the man the nickname "Pop". Read Dr. Wes Singletary's "The Right Time: John Henry 'Pop' Lloyd and Black Baseball" - AmazonFollow Bob Kendrick on Twitter - @nlbmprezTo support the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum, and preserve the legacy of Buck O'Neil, please visit ThanksAMillionBuck.comVisit the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum in Kansas City - NLBM.com
On this episode we're going to discuss the unprovoked shootings of teenagers recently, we have a segment where we hear the unwritten rules that all young black men must follow in America, we discuss the annual 420 celebration, and we have our Moment in Black History. We have some music by Faze the General, M Doc Diego, and yours truly along with the Razorback. So, sit back, relax and enjoy. This is Professor Caz, and welcome to the You Tell Me Show. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/streetartist/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/streetartist/support
Ground Control Parenting with Carol Sutton Lewis
Carol sits down with author and historian Rita Roberts to talk about the importance of preserving African-American history and passing it on to future generations. Rita shares insights from her latest book, "I Can't Wait to Call You My Wife: African-American Letters of Love and Family in the Civil War Era", which tells the stories of Black men and women through letters written in the mid-1800's. She details the courage and resilience of enslaved Black people as they defied unjust laws to create families and stay close to loved ones. Rita and Carol focus on the critical role parents, teachers, and adults play in teaching children about their heritage, and provide advice on how we all can work to ensure that a full and accurate account of African-American history is preserved and passed on for generations to come. Follow us at @GroundControlParenting and on groundcontrolparenting.comSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode, poet and activist Too Black joins to discuss the incredible story of the Pendleton 2. We dive into the details of the 1985 uprising at the Pendleton Correctional Facility and explore the factors that led to this critical event: racial tensions and a violent prison environment created by guards who were part of a KKK splinter group, the "Sons of Light," pushed John 'Balagoon' Cole and Christopher 'Naeem' Trotter to take a courageous stand against racist prison abuse.Too Black gives us a play-by-play of the day's events, highlighting the importance of unity among prisoners in making the rebellion, and we learn how Cole and Trotter managed to bring everyone together and prevent the situation from escalating into something much worse. We also discuss their decision to call Black radio stations and newspapers for help, warning them that their lives were in danger if they didn't intervene; examine the 14 demands they issued which were eventually met; and why this event became known as "Indiana's Attica." Despite their heroic actions to save a Black man's life from racist prison guards, both Cole and Trotter remain incarcerated to this day. As we wrap up our conversation, we share resources for listeners who want to learn more about the Pendleton 2 and get involved in supporting their cause. Please visit Pendleton2.com to learn more, watch the new documentary, and get involved. Please consider supporting the podcast on Patreon at patreon.com/halfatlanta.
AP correspondent Norman Hall reports: Black History-Advanced Placement.
WGN - The After Hours with Rick Kogan Podcast
Rick Kogan is joined by Michael Scott Pifer and Michael Marsh to talk about Pifer’s new book, featuring an introduction from Marsh, The Wendell Smith Reader: Selected Writings on Sports, Civil Rights and Black History. They talk about the significance of Wendell Smith and what led to the book’s creation.
The African History Network Show
‘Queen Cleopatra', Netflix Controversy; Director asks ‘What bothers you so much about a Black Cleopatra?'; ‘Chevailer', the new movie tells the story of Joseph Bologne, ‘The Black Mozart', classic Runoko Rashidi interview; Spanking children is a holdover from Slavery & wasn't traditionally practiced in West Africa - TheAHNShow with Michael Imhotep 4-23-23 REGISTER NOW: Did you miss Class Sat. 4-29-23, 2pm EST ‘Ancient Kemet, Moors, Understanding The Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade' 12 Wk Online Course? https://theafricanhistorynetwork.com/
In this latest Trench Chat, we are joined by Stephen Bourne, author of Black Poppies. His important book, now in its third edition with a children's version, tells the often-neglected contribution of Black soldiers in the British and Commonwealth forces in the Great War.Support the show
War Of The Rebellion: Stories Of The Civil War
Chapter Three: On St. Simon's Island, 1862Chapter Four: Camp Saxton - Proclamation And Barbecue. 1863 Support the stream: https://streamlabs.com/waroftherebellion My Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/waroftherebel... My Merch Store - https://rebellion-stories.creator-spr... My Podcast - https://rebellionstories.buzzsprout.com My Discord - https://discord.gg/Hd3UpGnC5G My Website - https://rebellionstories.com/ My Paypal - paypal.me/rebellionstories Support the showFind all of my social links at https://rebellionstories.com/
Author, artist, and designer George McCalman speaks about making his award-winning book (Illustrated Black History: Honoring the Iconic and the Unseen) at the intersection of twin curiosities - to learn more about black history, and to find out if he could be an artist. This is a conversation about curiosity, the importance of following your own compass, and the need for every artist to be a work-in-progress.
Why was there a 45-year gap between the first Black man to play in a World Series, and the first Black man to manage in a World Series? Former Blue Jays manager Cito Gaston sits down with Bob Kendrick for a wide-ranging discussion about being that first man, breaking barriers as the first Black manager to win a World Series (and doing it twice), the importance of his matchup against Frank Robinson in 1989 as the first two Black managers to go face-to-face, his friendship with Dave Roberts and Dusty Baker and the emotions of seeing them each raise a trophy, the current state of the game for Black leadership, the lessons he learned as Henry Aaron's roommate, his idolization of the greats of the Negro Leagues, and one of the greatest joys of any baseball conversation - Rickey Henderson stories. Follow Bob Kendrick on Twitter - @nlbmprezTo support the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum, and preserve the legacy of Buck O'Neil, please visit ThanksAMillionBuck.comVisit the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum in Kansas City - NLBM.com
Eye on Travel with Peter Greenberg
theGrio Daily, Michael Harriot
"It's not just about fairness, it's about making your product as good as it can be." Michael Harriot debunks the myth that any attempt at equity is an attempt to achieve equality of outcome. This concept simply isn't possible because minorities are subject to economic, social, political and educational deficits that white people do not experience.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Voices of Lament Journey to Freedom, an Exodus Bible studyA Sojourner's Truth
Hold Up, And Another Thing!!!!
On this episode, Mr. Bell is joined by returning Mixed Vibez Family Dr. Douglas and Ms. Bell. Also, first time guest Ms. Ross, someone who works closely with the youth. On this episode we discussed the importance of teaching black history to the youth. And how we can improve it. What steps need to be taken. Is it as simple as making a TikTok to capture their attention? All that and more.Youtube https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLPIs6Ko7BCc9l5jlE5AbAUqZ0gAOhmuq-
Beeson Podcast host, Doug Sweeney speaks with Carl Ellis about his faith, ministry, writings, the contributions of African Americans in world missions, and his current work with AALI where he helps to foster leaders to work in difficult contexts around the world.
The Rich Zeoli Show- Hour 4: During an appearance on MSNBC with Jen Psaki, Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) got a bit angry when he wasn't able to talk about the topics he wanted to talk about…PLUS Megaphone Bernie makes an appearance! FLASHBACK: In a 2005 appearance on 60 Minutes, Morgan Freeman said Black History is American History—suggesting that the best way to overcome racism is to simply stop talking about race. According to claims from investigative journalist Seymour Hersh, there is rampant corruption in Kyiv, Ukraine. Where are U.S. tax dollars going? In a press release on Monday, Congressman Jeff Van Drew (R-NJ) stated: "During my field hearing in South Jersey last month, my colleagues and I highlighted the adverse effects offshore wind development would have on various sectors and industries, from our environment to our national security…These warnings can no longer be ignored. This President and this administration continue to disregard these valid concerns, and now the Pentagon is reiterating the potential impacts the industrialization of our coast will have on our national security.” You can read the full press release here: https://vandrew.house.gov/media/press-releases/offshore-wind-national-security-price-we-will-pay
The Rich Zeoli Show- Full Episode (04/17/2023): 3:05pm- In a press release on Monday, Congressman Jeff Van Drew (R-NJ) stated: "During my field hearing in South Jersey last month, my colleagues and I highlighted the adverse effects offshore wind development would have on various sectors and industries, from our environment to our national security…These warnings can no longer be ignored. This President and this administration continue to disregard these valid concerns, and now the Pentagon is reiterating the potential impacts the industrialization of our coast will have on our national security.” You can read the full press release here: https://vandrew.house.gov/media/press-releases/offshore-wind-national-security-price-we-will-pay 3:25pm- According to rumors from British tabloids, the royal family may be on the brink of collapse. Rich has no sympathy and says he's still bitter that British soldiers set fire to the White House during the War of 1812. 3:35pm- In a video released on his YouTube page, former New York Governor Andrew Cuomo accused the far-left of not wanting to address the issue of crime in major cities. 3:50pm- In a clip released from an interview scheduled to air Monday night, billionaire Elon Musk told Fox News host Tucker Carlson that government agencies had access to the private direct messages of Twitter users. 4:05pm- On Monday, the House Judiciary Committee held a hearing on relaxed crime policies adopted by New York City. Congressman Daniel Goldman (D-NY) claimed the hearing was a “charade” to attack Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg. In response, Madeline Brame—the mother of an Army veteran who was tragically killed in New York City—defiantly told Rep. Goldman that his disinterest in fighting crime is why she has left the Democrat party. In honor of her son, Brame formed the Victims Rights Reform Council (VRRC). You can learn more about the organization here: https://victimsrightsreformcouncil.org 4:30pm- During Monday's House Judiciary Committee hearing on relaxed crime policies in New York City, Rep. Hank Johnson (D-GA) accused the victims of violent crime who were testifying of being “props in a MAGA Broadway production.” Rich and Matt reflect upon Rep. Johnson's most insane (and hilarious) statements as a member of Congress, including: claiming Republicans believe the Tooth Fairy is anti-Christian and woke, his fight for helium equity, his fear that Guam may tip over if it becomes overpopulated, and his unforgettably terrible apology for saying the “m-word.” 4:50pm- Saturday Night Live still isn't funny…SHOCKING! 5:00pm- The Drive at 5: According to reporting from Axios' Catlin Owens, “[t]he coronavirus pandemic appeared to originate from a laboratory accident, based on biosafety issues in the epicenter in Wuhan, China, and factors observed in the nature and early spread of the virus, according to a 302-page Senate report.” You can read more here: https://www.axios.com/2023/04/17/senate-covid-origins-report-details-lab-leak-theory 5:20pm- According to a report from Reason's Joe Lancaster, Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA)—along with several other elected officials—wants the government to save Batgirl! You can read the full article here: https://reason.com/2023/04/12/elizabeth-warren-wants-the-government-to-save-batgirl/ 5:35pm- While appearing on Real Time with Bill Maher, Rep. Katie Porter (D-CA)—candidate for Sen. Dianne Feinstein's soon-to-be vacated Senate seat—baselessly accused Maher and guest Piers Morgan of being “old and grumpy” and claimed NCAA swimming champion Riley Gaines—who advocate for the rights of biologically female athletes—of simply speaking out for “likes and clicks.” 5:55pm- During a press conference, Mayor Eric Adams introduced New York City's first “Rat Czar”—Kathleen Corradi. The position will pay $155,000 per-year! Despite submitting an application and collecting letters of recommendation, Henry was devastated to hear he did not get the position. 6:05pm- During an appearance on MSNBC with Jen Psaki, Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) got a bit angry when he wasn't able to talk about the topics he wanted to talk about…PLUS Megaphone Bernie makes an appearance! 6:15pm- FLASHBACK: In a 2005 appearance on 60 Minutes, Morgan Freeman said Black History is American History—suggesting that the best way to overcome racism is to simply stop talking about race. 6:30pm- According to claims from investigative journalist Seymour Hersh, there is rampant corruption in Kyiv, Ukraine. Where are U.S. tax dollars going? 6:45pm- In a press release on Monday, Congressman Jeff Van Drew (R-NJ) stated: "During my field hearing in South Jersey last month, my colleagues and I highlighted the adverse effects offshore wind development would have on various sectors and industries, from our environment to our national security…These warnings can no longer be ignored. This President and this administration continue to disregard these valid concerns, and now the Pentagon is reiterating the potential impacts the industrialization of our coast will have on our national security.” You can read the full press release here: https://vandrew.house.gov/media/press-releases/offshore-wind-national-security-price-we-will-pay
War Of The Rebellion: Stories Of The Civil War
Preface By Susie King Taylor. Introduction By Col. Thomas Wentworth Higginson. Letter from lieut. Col. C.T. Trowbridge. Chapter One: A Brief Sketch Of My Ancestors. Chapter Two: My Childhood. I had originally intended to do a warm up episode, but after spending some time reading my own notes, and those of other folks. Mine aren't really that important.Welcome back to Season Two! Please be aware that this memoir may use language some listeners may find offensive. Support the stream: https://streamlabs.com/waroftherebellion My Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/waroftherebel... My Merch Store - https://rebellion-stories.creator-spr... My Podcast - https://rebellionstories.buzzsprout.com My Discord - https://discord.gg/Hd3UpGnC5G My Website - https://rebellionstories.com/ My Paypal - paypal.me/rebellionstories Support the showFind all of my social links at https://rebellionstories.com/
**Tickets are on sale for our next live showcase on Sunday, June 18th celebrating Junenteeth at www.drunkblackhistory.com***Comedians Brandon Collins (SXSW) and Gordon Baker-Bone (MTV) host this "Black History Month" edition of their live interactive show where prominent Black historical figures finally get their due through drunken anecdotes from their booked guests. Guests:Kevin Iso - @kevinisopropanlElectra Telesford - @electra_telesford Rod Morrow - @rodtbgwtSam Jay - @samjaycomicIf you enjoy our content, please subscribe to our podcast, YouTube page, and/or send a donation via PayPal at DrunkBlackHistoryNYC@gmail.com!
In the Summer of 1949, the United States government called on Jackie Robinson to testify in front of the House Un-American Activities Committee against famed actor and activist Paul Robeson, for his ties to the Communist Party. In defending his country, Jackie would be forced to attack a fellow prominent Black voice, fighting the same fight he was - the ultimate no-win situation. But with this platform, he made his voice louder than ever. Authors Jonathan Eig and Michael G. Long join Bob Kendrick to tell the complex story of Jackie Robinson and his activism beyond the baseball field - the one the history books largely ignore - with the voices of Buck O'Neil and Jackie Robinson. Read Jonathan Eig's "Opening Day: The Story of Jackie Robinson's First Season" - AmazonRed Michael G. Long's "Call Him Jack: The Story of Jackie Robinson, Black Freedom Fighter" - AmazonFollow Bob Kendrick on Twitter - @nlbmprezTo support the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum, and preserve the legacy of Buck O'Neil, please visit ThanksAMillionBuck.comVisit the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum in Kansas City - NLBM.com
Stuff You Missed in History Class
During his life, Scott Joplin said that people would not appreciate his music until 50 years after his death. And he wasn't wrong, though now he's often called the king of ragtime writers. Research: "Man causes tens of thousands of dollars in damage to Scott Joplin House." St. Louis Post-Dispatch [St. Louis, MO], 4 Oct. 2022, p. A1. Gale OneFile: News, link.gale.com/apps/doc/A721049996/GPS?u=mlin_n_melpub&sid=bookmark-GPS&xid=a37ef18c. Accessed 21 Mar. 2023. "Scott Joplin." Encyclopedia of World Biography Online, Gale, 1998. Gale In Context: U.S. History, link.gale.com/apps/doc/K1631003443/GPS?u=mlin_n_melpub&sid=bookmark-GPS&xid=e60386d7. Accessed 21 Mar. 2023. "Scott Joplin." Notable Black American Men, Book II, edited by Jessie Carney Smith, Gale, 1998. Gale In Context: U.S. History, link.gale.com/apps/doc/K1622000255/GPS?u=mlin_n_melpub&sid=bookmark-GPS&xid=4d8ac701. Accessed 21 Mar. 2023. "Scott Joplin." St. James Encyclopedia of Popular Culture Online, Gale, 2013. Gale In Context: U.S. History, link.gale.com/apps/doc/K2419200616/GPS?u=mlin_n_melpub&sid=bookmark-GPS&xid=4e235f3d. Accessed 21 Mar. 2023. Albrecht, Theodore. “Joplin, Scott,” Handbook of Texas Online, accessed March 22, 2023, https://www.tshaonline.org/handbook/entries/joplin-scott. Ames, Eric. “Scott Joplin's “Great Crush Collision March” and the Memorialization of a Marketing Spectacle.” The Baylor Digital Collections Blog. 4/19/2012. https://blogs.baylor.edu/digitalcollections/2012/04/19/scott-joplin%E2%80%99s-%E2%80%9Cgreat-crush-collision-march-and-the-memorialization-of-a-marketing-spectacle/ Baumann, Timothy et al. “Interpreting Uncomfortable History at the Scott Joplin House State Historic Site in St. Louis, Missouri.” The Public Historian , Vol. 33, No. 2 (Spring 2011). https://www.jstor.org/stable/10.1525/tph.2011.33.2.37 Berlin, Ed. “Scott Joplin - the man and his music.” The Scott Joplin Ragtime Festival. https://www.scottjoplin.org/joplin-biography.html Berlin, Edward A. “King of Ragtime: Scott Joplin and His Era.” 2nd Oxford University press. 2016. Clark, Philip. “Scott Joplin's ragtime gets its dues.” The Guardian. 1/22/2014. https://www.theguardian.com/music/musicblog/2014/jan/22/scott-joplin-ragtime-josh-rifkin-the-sting Gross, Klaus-Dieter. “The Politics of Scott Joplin's ‘Treemonisha.'” Amerikastudien / American Studies , 2000, Vol. 45, No. 3 (2000). Via JSTOR. https://www.jstor.org/stable/41157951 Kjemtrup, Inge. “Scott Joplin and the history of ragtime.” Pianist. 10/8/2020. https://www.pianistmagazine.com/blogs/scott-joplin-and-the-history-of-ragtime/ Vadukul, Alex. “The Forgotten Entertainer Rag.” New York Times. 5/24/2018. https://www.nytimes.com/2018/05/24/nyregion/remembering-scott-joplin.html See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Janie Mines' book is "No Coincidences: Reflections of the First Black Female Graduate of the United States Naval Academy"
A story that will open your eyes to scientific imagination! Dr. Patricia Bath was an ophthalmologist, inventor, and humanitarian who was dedicated to bettering the lives of others. She began in her teens by making an important discovery about the relationship between cancer, nutrition, and stress. Eye health became her priority as a doctor and she made sure care was accessible for those in underserved communities. Dr. Bath's life was filled with achievements, including becoming the first Black female doctor to receive a patent. Her invention, a laser device to treat a common eye condition, restored the sight of many who had been blind for more than 30 years!Go to the episode webpage:https://jonincharacter.com/dr-patricia-bath/ If you liked this story about a hidden hero of history in medicine, you may also like Episode 53 on Dr. Kazue Togasaki, the first Japanese American women to become a doctor in the United States: https://jonincharacter.com/kazue-togasaki/ CREDITS: This episode has been a Jonincharacter production. Today's story was written by Molly Murphy and performed by Jonathan Cormur. Sound recording and production by Jermaine Hamilton at Hamilton Studio Recordings.Otter Space is an immersive sonic adventure for families about two mismatched sea otters who learn they must save the earth from and alien civilization who has outlawed all forms of playing. Out now: https://pod.link/otterspaceSupport the showREACH OUT! Tweet us @dorktalesstory Email us at dorktalesstorytime@gmail DM us on IG @dorktalesstorytime Newsletter/Free Resources: https://bit.ly/dorktalesplus-signup Become a Supporter: https://www.buzzsprout.com/1267991/supporters/new Original Music Available on Bandcamp: https://dorktalesstorytime.bandcamp.com/music Now, go be the hero of your own story and we'll see you next once-upon-a-time!
As Dear Culture continues to celebrate 50 years of hip-hop, Panama Jackson introduces his listeners to the card game 'Univeristy of Dope.' The game's co-founder A.V. Perkins tells the origin story of the only card game dedicated to hip-hop music. Plus, A.V. and Panama play a few rounds, who's team would you be on?See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Is the greatest manager in baseball history STILL not in the Hall of Fame? Bob Kendrick takes a look at "Vicious" Vic Harris, and the greatest minds of the Negro Leagues. Then Astros Manager Dusty Baker joins Bob to talk about his journey "from carrying Satchel Paige's fishing poles to lifting up a championship trophy", joining Dave Roberts and Cito Gaston as the only Black managers to win a World Series, the hunger to tie Cito with trophy number two, why he wasn't allowed to play quarterback in high school, Willie Stargell, Henry Aaron, and why Yordan Alvarez is the modern-day Mule Suttles. Follow Bob Kendrick on Twitter - @nlbmprezTo support the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum, and preserve the legacy of Buck O'Neil, please visit ThanksAMillionBuck.comVisit the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum in Kansas City - NLBM.com