On this episode of the Mallory Bros. Podcast, they bros start with a message about consistency in the New Year. They then send an RIP message out to a few very important celebrities that unfortunately lost their lives over the past week and a half. They talk Gunna's album as it compares to Weeknd's rollout which leads to an interesting discussion about the term “P” and it's meaning. They have a discussion about the Taco Bell Wing Craze that leads to a fast food argument. They speak to their excitement about HBO's “Euphoria” making its return. They then speak to their experience as African descendants of Slavery and their experience with those in the culture who have the benefit of a “Home Country”. This conversation is inspired by the conversation the guys have about Maya Angelou's new Quarter and a different take on the Harriett Tubman 20 dollar bill. A very edgy, insightful, and honest discussion. Lastly, the fella's recap the NFL's final regular season games and make bold picks for the Playoffs.
What Was the Underground Railroad? Join us today as we learn about the Underground Railroad. Spoiler alert--it wasn't a railroad at all! Sources: Past Episode on Harriett Tubman https://anchor.fm/inquisikids-daily/episodes/Who-was-Harriet-Tubman-eqb411 https://www.history.com/topics/black-history/underground-railroad https://www.nationalgeographic.org/encyclopedia/underground-railroad/ https://www.nps.gov/subjects/undergroundrailroad/what-is-the-underground-railroad.htm https://www.nps.gov/people/harriet-tubman.htm Send us listener mail! Send an audio message: anchor.fm/inquisikids-daily/message Send an email: email@example.com
'sup divines, this one is my for regulars. i'll be doing more of these and try to keep then down to 10 minutes. the reason i see the need for chit-chats is because i'm reading/listening to whole entire books surrounding wealth, prosperity, success, influence, etc. and I would like to give you at least one gem a day to add to your treasure box. EYE AM, Your Oracle Be Blessed + Be a Blessing Beloveds~ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/musingsofadivinefeminine/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/musingsofadivinefeminine/support
Introducing actor, producer, and writer Marlynne Cooley Discuss her journey in becoming an actor Discover her work in film, television, and Broadway/off Broadway. Explore the films she had written and produced Talk about her work in voice over, and narrating audio books Marlynne is a Cleveland Ohio native. Graduated from the University of Cincinnati in broadcasting, a postgraduate in theater from the University of Akron. Her recent TV credits include, "Daddy Stop Embarrassing Me" by Jamie Foxx TV show on Netflix. "Bless This Mess" on ABC and “This Is Us” on NBC. Some of her recent theater credits include "The S.U.G.A MAMAS", "The lynching of Elfie Childs", "Blessings", "Supernatural", and "Harriett Tubman" a one woman show and many more plays. Her recent film credits include, "Trade", "Jamie", "This Is Us" "Not Black enough" and other films. She teaches spoken word and theater. Marlynne is also a voice over talent for radio and TV. She produces and narrates audio books; she has just finished "The Worldwide Concern about Alzheimer's Disease". Marlynne is a loving wife and mother. Brought to you by J.C. Cooley Foundation "Equipping the Youth of Today for the Challenges of Tomorrow". Support the show: http://www.cooleyfoundation.org/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Jeannine A. Cook is the Founder and Shopkeeper at Harriett's Bookshop, named after Harriett Tubman. In February 2020, Harriett's was born to celebrate women authors, artists, and activists. The space was immediately beloved, but when the Coronavirus pandemic hit in March 2020, everything Jeannine had worked for was in jeopardy. What follows is the story of how her incredible grit and intuition helped Harriett's survive and thrive during one of the most tumultuous years our country has ever seen. Want to hear the complete, unedited interview with Kevin and Jeannine? Subscribe to Philly Who? on Supercast for access to that, to the Philly Who? Community Discord, for free event tickets, and more!
I'm reminded this morning that Harriett Tubman led approximately 70 slaves to freedom on some 13 missions. Seventy out of some 6 million slaves. She courageously and intentionally did what she could. There's no reason I can't expect the same from myself. A chapter-a-day podcast from Exodus 12, originally published as a blog post on June 1, 2020, on the Wayfarer blog at tomvanderwell.com. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wayfarer-tom-vander-well/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wayfarer-tom-vander-well/support
Welcome back to the show! Dev is back from vacation and the group is back together again. This week we have vacation reviews, anniversary celebrations, and Harriett Tubman shade all in the first 30 mins!! There is discussion on Father's Day and its meaning and what everyone learned from their fathers. There is also a deep dive on the dynamic of what happens with a breakup between a man and a woman when there is a child involved. The show rounds off with vacation annoyances since everyone will be taking off for Houston on Thursday!! Tap in to the episode!! Follow Dev on Instagram & Twitter: @therealbigdev216 Follow Playboy on Instagram: @playboy_james3 Follow Brainstorm on Instagram & Twitter: @djbrainstorm4u Follow us on Facebook to watch the live show every Sunday: @dmstboyz Follow us on Instagram & Twitter: @dmstboyz
On Reclaiming History, Lovonia speaks with Dr. Edda L. Fields-Black is Associate Professor, Carnegie Mellon Lovonia Mallory discuss Harriett Tubman freeing more the 700 people during a military raid in South Carolina. This is part 2 of a multi-part segment. Dr. Edda L. Fields-Black is Associate Professor, Carnegie Mellon University in the Department of History. She is author of her upcoming book entitled, Combee': Harriet Tubman, the Combahee River Raid, and Black Freedom during the Civil War (Oxford University Press).
Dorothy Wickenden and The Agitators New York Times bestselling author Dorothy Wickenden's latest book - The Agitators: Three Friends Who Fought for Abolition and Women's Rights. The Agitators is the true story of Harriett Tubman, Martha Coffin Wright and Frances A. Seward. One a former slave, one a Quaker mother of 7 and one a politician's wife. Although three very different women, they came together to fight for abolition and women's rights in the mid-nineteenth century in Auburn, New York. Much history has gone into the fight for abolition and women's rights. Many have heard of Harriet Tubman, a former slave who was the conductor of the Underground Railroad. The Underground Railroad, a network of secret routes and safe houses used by enslaved African Americans to escape into Free states and Canada. But not many have heard of Martha Coffin Wright or Frances A. Seward. By introducing us to them, Dorothy shines a light on the story of three women who worked together. Yes, three women who worked together at a time when women had little control. So little that a married woman didn't own anything. And yet somehow Frances, Martha and Harriet fought for the end to slavery and advocated for women's rights. Dorothy is the executive editor of The New Yorker and the host of its weekly podcast Politics and More.' She is also the NY Times bestselling author of Nothing Daunted: The Unexpected Education of Two Society Girls in the West. Dorothy edited The New Republic Reader: Eighty Years of Opinion and Debate. A conversation and a lot of history with Dorothy: Why these three women The connection The women Upper and middle class women and their roles Witnessing abuse and feeling helpless Frances' awakening and Martha's aide Meeting Harriet Their families The bold move that allowed Francis to sell Harriet the house How Harriet established herself
Harriet Tubman (born Araminta Ross, c. March 1822 – March 10, 1913) was an American abolitionist and political activist. Born into slavery, Tubman escaped and subsequently made some 13 missions to rescue approximately 70 enslaved people, including family and friends, using the network of antislavery activists and safe houses known as the Underground Railroad. During the American Civil War, she served as an armed scout and spy for the Union Army. In her later years, Tubman was an activist in the movement for women's suffrage. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/electric-gospel/message
Zondag 21 maart gaat het in het kader van de zeven weken van Barmhartigheid om het herbergen van vreemdelingen. Dat blijkt voor alle politieke partijen een lastig punt, maar je zou mogen denken voor christenen niet. Want in het spoor van Abraham en Christus zijn we zelf vreemdelingen. Juist als we dat vergeten, doemen de problemen op. De ouderen onder ons weten soms uit eigen ervaring wat het betekent om te moeten evacueren en hoe blij je was als iemand zijn huis voor jou opende. Zo waren de slaaf gemaakte mensen in de 18de en 19de eeuw blij dat mensen aan “de ondergrondse spoorweg” hun hielpen op hun vlucht vanuit het zuiden van de VS. En zij haakten in hun liederen weer aan bij de teksten van de Israëlieten onderweg van hun gevangenschap en ballingschap naar het beloofde land. Want het joodse en christelijke geloof weet alles over ‘het land dat ik u wijzen zal’. In deze dienst proberen we in muziek en liederen aan te sluiten bij de eeuwenlange traditie van mensen die door hun geloof de hoop niet verloren en op weg gingen. De Ondergrondse Spoorweg (toelichting) De ‘Underground Railroad’ was een netwerk van mensen, zowel Afro-Amerikanen als blanken, aan het einde van de 19de eeuw, die onderdak en hulp boden aan ontsnapte tot slaaf gemaakte mensen uit het zuiden. Het ontwikkelde zich als een samengaan van verschillende clandestiene inspanningen. De exacte data van het bestaan ervan zijn niet bekend, maar het opereerde van het einde van de 18e eeuw tot de burgeroorlog, waarna zijn inspanningen de Confederatie van zuidelijke staten op een minder geheimzinnige manier bleven ondermijnen. De Quakers worden beschouwd als de eerste georganiseerde groep die actief ontsnapte tot slaaf gemaakte mensen helpt. George Washington klaagde in 1786 dat Quakers had geprobeerd een van zijn tot slaaf gemaakte arbeiders te "bevrijden". In het begin van de jaren 1800 richtte Quaker Isaac T.Hopper een netwerk op in Philadelphia dat tot slaaf gemaakte mensen op de vlucht hielp. Tegelijkertijd richtte Quakers in North Carolina abolitionistische groepen op die de basis legden voor routes enschuilplaatsen voor ontsnapten. De African Methodist Episcopal Church, opgericht in 1816, was een andere proactieve religieuze groep die voortvluchtige tot slaaf gemaakte mensen hielp. Harriett Tubman, de "Mozes van haar volk", was de dirigent van de ondergrondse spoorweg. Het exacte aantal mensen dat naar vrijheid leidt op de Ondergrondse Spoorweg is niet bekend. Maar Tubman was in staat om een netwerk van stations en operators te creëren die hielpen om ontsnapte slaven naar het noorden naar de vrijheid te leiden. Een van de nummers van de Underground Railroad was "Wade in the Water". Hoewel het niet is bewezen, wordt aangenomen dat Harriett Tubman deze traditionele Negro Spiritual gebruikte als een manier om slaven te waarschuwen om het water in te gaan om hun geur te verbergen voor de slavenvangsthonden op hun spoor. Dat wordt ook gezegd van bijvoorbeeld “Steal away’ (ga stilletjes) en andere liederen. Een hartelijke groet, Peter van den Berg
Marlynne Frierson Cooley - a Cleveland Ohio native. Graduated from the University of Cincinnati in broadcasting, a postgraduate in theater from the University of Akron. Her recent TV credits include, "Daddy Stop embarrassing me" on Jamie Fox TV show on Netflix making the debut in the month of April. "Bless This Mess" a show on ABC and “This Is Us”. Some of her recent theater credits include The S.U.G.A MAMAS ,The lynching of Elfie Childs, Blessings, Supernatural, and Harriett Tubman one woman show and many more plays. Her recent film credits include," Trade, I am too an American, Jamie, and It's not Black enough'' and other films. She teaches spoken word and theater. Marlynne is also a voice over talent for radio and TV. She produces and narrates audio books; she just finished The Worldwide Concern about Alzheimer's disease. Marlynne is a loving wife and mother. Gwen Wright - a writer, director, and actress who started her career at the Karamu House in Cleveland, Ohio. She has written several screen and stage plays and her work has been on stages across the US. She has completed three films and has collaborated with filmmakers as a writer and director. She is currently in pre-production for her short film, Judgement and Miss Rosetta. She was nominated best playwright for her work, A word Before Dying and her play Voices of Motown has been running at the Paramount Theater in Casa Grande for more than a year. Gwen is a Psychology Major, and she earned her undergrad degree from Grand Canyon University and a Master's from University of Arizona. Support the show: https://theanswersandiego.com/radioshow/8349 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Harriett's Bookshop in Philadelphia--named for Harriett Tubman—celebrates women authors, artists and activists. Owner Jeannine Cook gives some great suggestions of women writers to put on your reading list. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
In our second installment of our Black and Blurred History month series, we look at Harriett Tubman and the American Heroine she truly was. Even in the America where slavery thrived, unity between black and white played a crucial part in its abolishment.
In dope or dumb this week we dive into the "latest" Rona testing method, another crazy wife/ex-wife, 7-eleven's AirBnB, Harriett Tubman 20's, and Chad Wheeler. Our main topic centered around whether or not "the friend zone" is a good place to start prior to a relationship. Then finally we ended with some funny takes on a Twitter post gone viral. As always this episode was full of insight and ignorance. WARNING ***G spoke ALOT in this one lmao.
Kanye has made news recently with some ridiculous statements about Harriett Tubman and going on a tweet storm chastising his wife and in-laws. The Chop Up discusses whats behind and his behavior and the implications of his actions.
Jon, Neil, Keltric, and Rasheem discuss: (1:41) Thoughts on the Snoop Dogg/DMX Battle (4:25) Is Nick Cannon Really Anti-Semitic?? (19:45) Kanye West, Harriett Tubman, and Mental Illness (37:19) Why Isn't Anyone Talking About Megan thee Stallion Getting SHOT?!? (49:56) August Alsina's Major Violation... Singing about Entanglements (1:04:07) Will Nicki Minaj's History with Sex Offenders Complicate Motherhood for Her? (1:13:53) In Conclusion: Will Trump Force a Nation Mask Mandate? Probably Not. Search "Str8 No Chaser Podcast" on iTunes You can also listen on Spotify, Google Podcast, and Anchor: https://open.spotify.com/show/5EfmwQWhYNKJfyoYw7CAaL https://anchor.fm/s/1df75eb4/podcast/rss --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/str8-nochaser/support
Welp....we're late but guess what, you'll get 2 episodes this week. We did a deep dive into the slavery of 2020 and our current leaders of today. We traveled a little too far just to wade in the water. Listen and tell us what you think. Thank you for tuning in each week! As always, thanks to our sponsor Love Jones Wine Cocktail. Be sure to check them out on Instagram @lovejones_winecocktail for orders and more information go to www.adornedbyher.com. Shoutout to @WooderIceradio for keeping us moving each and every week. For more episodes of Uncensored and more of our podcast family follow Wooder Ice Radio on all streaming platforms as well. For sponsorship inquiries, email us at Uncensoredpodcast215@gmail.com. Be sure to LIKE, RATE, REVIEW And SUBSCRIBE to the Podcast! Follow us on Instagram @uncensoredpod @slaprocdaking @alilhoney_ & @morejuanhere and Facebook under The Uncensored Podcast! Don't forget to send your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org for a chance to be featured on Juan Says!
This week, I talk about breaking all of my four listeners' hearts last week when I DIDN'T podcast. Also, I talk about why we like to celebrate the worst parts of our history and pretend like those were the good old days. And....why my VERY Catholic mom taught me to support LGBTQ.
I had always known Harriett Tubman as a conductor on the Underground Railroad, repeatedly risking her own life to lead slaves out of the South. But in this episode, my friend, the great meditation teacher Spring Washam, draws the link between Tubman and the Buddha, who also made it his business to lead people to freedom. Spring is teaching a new, five-week, online course called The Dharma of Harriett Tubman, through the East Bay Meditation Center. In the course, and in this interview, she uses stories from Tubman's life to teach the kind of meditation that will equip us with both the ferocity and warmth that we need in these trying times. Spring is one of the most important teachers for me in my own personal practice. We are an odd couple - she freely uses words such as "heart" and "soul." She likes to get all ooey-gooey and touchy-feely, with a giant side dish of shamanism. In fact, I often suspect that, since she knows this kind of talk makes me a little uncomfortable, she triples down on it when I'm around. But make no mistake, Spring is hardcore - both in terms of her meditation practice and her personal background. You can go back and listen to some of the prior episodes with her (we will put links in show notes), but the short version is that, in her upbringing, she experienced divorce, poverty, addiction, abuse, and racism - and emerged to be a meditation teacher and author (her book is called "A Fierce Heart"), and one of the most impressive human beings I have personally encountered. So if someone as badass as Spring is drawing inspiration from Harriett Tubman, so can we. Quick note: this conversation was initially scheduled just to be a personal phone call, but when I saw an email from Spring announcing the Harriett Tubman course, I asked her to let us use our scheduled time to record a podcast. Where to find Spring Washam online: Website: https://www.springwasham.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/springwasham Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/teacher.springwasham/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/springwasham/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvoIv70jZKKXT2-ctKGhr7A Book Mentioned: A Fierce Heart: Finding Strength, Courage, and Wisdom in Any Moment https://www.amazon.com/Fierce-Heart-Finding-Strength-Courage/dp/1401959393?tag=smarturl-20 Check our our new, free collection of meditations called Relating to Race in the Ten Percent Happier app: https://10percenthappier.app.link/RelatingToRace Other Resources Mentioned: Register to Spring's course, The Dharma of Harriet Tubman & The Underground Railroad: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-dharma-of-harriet-tubman-and-the-underground-railroad-tickets-107495600234 Samsara: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sa%E1%B9%83s%C4%81ra The Eightfold path: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Noble_Eightfold_Path Siddhartha: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gautama_Buddha Harriet (2020): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GqoEs4cG6Uw Bodhisattva: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bodhisattva The Underground Railroad: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Underground_Railroad Mahayana: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mahayana Bodhicitta: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bodhicitta Additional Resources: Ten Percent Happier Live: https://tenpercent.com/live Coronavirus Sanity Guide: https://www.tenpercent.com/coronavirussanityguide Free App access for Health Care Workers: https://tenpercent.com/care Full Shownotes: https://www.tenpercent.com/podcast-episode/spring-washam-257
We talk about Babyface vs Teddy Riley. Jenny from Forest Gump made an appearance. We find out who had more “hits” out of French Montana and Kendrick Lamar. Is Lil Wayne better than Drake…AND Jay Z? One of the host is accused of pissing up themselves at 6 years old. Whatever happened to Harriett Tubman on the $20 dollar bill? We don’t know but we gave you our “Black History money”. We learn the difference between rape and sexual assault. Who our Scumbag of the Week nominees? Follow the show on Instagram: @powertrippinpod Vote on the polls on our twitter page: @powertrippinpod Like us on Facebook: PowerTrippin Podcast Make sure to subscribe, rate and review on your favorite streaming site and the iHeart Radio app. 5:37 - Teddy Riley vs. Babyface 15:14 - French Montana vs. Kendrick Lamar 21:22 - Jay Z vs. Drake 27:53 - CashApp Pyramid Scheme 32:59 - Just skip if you get offended easily
Denise’s 2020 Vision for the Year, for the Decade! This episode is all inspiration, a kickoff to the New Year! She will talk about Nancy Pelosi, Greta Thunberg, and Harriett Tubman, the voices of the year and of a lifetime. Denise will share with you her motivation for creating a movement, and a podcast called Woman Express! She’ll share tips on how and why you must find and define your own voice, to individually and collectively change the world. It is our time and it is my mission and dream to help you, find your voice and be heard. As a next step and commitment to you Denise will be offering Woman Express Coaching and Women Express retreats, stay tuned!
T. Petty joins Digital Gumbo co-hosts, Nookie Bishop and Idris Elbow, Jr., to discuss coronavirus, pet-friendly Ubers, the “unfriendly skies”, horses on planes, “lap dances” in grade school, healthcare for strippers, the Harriett Tubman debit card and RIP, Ja’Net Dubois, from “Good Times”.
They plastered Harriett Tubman on a Visa card with the "Wakanda Forever" symbol! Let's get into some things this week! Janelle is exhausted this BHM. Braunsy can't seem to let go of his admiration for Nike. And obvs a few things "Above the fold...." 1. VISA x Harriett - creative or catastrophe? 2. We Stan RiRi's NAACP Presidential Award Speech 3. Plein's trash of a fashion showCalifornia Crown Act KiKi Palmers Black Hair History Lesson Black Woman cures cancer @witchablackads
We discuss the West African Oshun Deity and how this Divine Feminine Goddess Energy can be found in counter-racist acts by Foundational Black American Heroines. We discuss Harriett Tubman and Rosa Parks from a counter-racist perspective.
This week, the iLLogical gang prepare for award SZN by revealing the 2019 All-iLLys 1st & 2nd teams (19:13), as well as review the 62nd Grammy nominations (26:49). Later, the guys discuss Ari Lennox's rant after losing the Soul Train Awards nominations (50:18), the idea of Julia Roberts playing Harriett Tubman (1:14:14), PartyNextDoor returning with mid (1:37:55), sports (2:10:19) and more! This week's musical reviews include the ‘Queen and Slim' soundtrack, Tinashe's 'Songs for You' & Kaash Paige's ‘Parked Car Convos.'
Join Hoody, Kevin, and Erick as we search for the WEIRDEST stories on the Internet and try and compete to see who has the weirdest story of the week! Today we get weird with special ingredients for your turkey gravy. A "fun" new tool for you kids to paint with and a potentially awful casting for Harriett Tubman. With special guest intern Saron!! Make sure to also follow us on ALL of our social medias and help us pick the "Weird Winner of the Week" so that said winner can rock the Weird Championship for the next week and go first in the next episode!
In this episode we discuss Kaepernick, BNP needing a hive, Dame Dash in court for failure to pay 400k in child support, Drake dominance, Harriett Tubman vs Julia Roberts, and much more. Be sure to subscribe to the channel. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/broken-needles-podcast/support
On episode 87 of a truckers mind podcast we talk about Harvard and Yale students protesting during a rivalry game, Julia Roberts being suggested to play Harriett Tubman, Joe bidens outdated commentary about weed and much more..
In the 150th episode of D & Davis: The Flip, the guys discuss racism at restaurants, Ryan expresses his love for Aldi, Julia Roberts suggested to portray Harriett Tubman, give their thoughts on HBO's Watchmen, and much more! Make sure to rate, retweet, and share the podcast and follow the show on all social media @DandDavisShow for updates and more great content.
This week, my good friend Joette Harris returns for all the shenanigans. In current events, we discuss Omarion finally discussing the relationship between Lil Fizz, his former bandmate and Apryl Jones, the mother of his kids. Julia Roberts actually being suggested to play Harriet Tubman in the "Harriet" movie and Netflix giving Kevin Hart a show to talk about his problems and relationship with the LGBTQ community after his infamous tweet. In my "Topic of Discussion" segment, we revisit the discussion of boundaries. Boundaries part 2.
It's Friday and we're all tired because The Mandalorian comes out at a ridiculous time every Friday morning. So let's all down some coffees and talk about Star Wars, A Nightmare on Elm Street, and make fun of Rocha together! SUBSCRIBE ? ? https://bit.ly/1qU5ENT 00:00 the Top 10 dorks are here and crapping on Cody; do we hang out with each other? 10:50 The Mandalorian episode 3 non-spoiler thoughts 23:45 Julia Roberts as Harriett Tubman? 27:32 a new Nightmare on Elm Street movie may happen? 35:35 calls - favorite underrated horror movies; The Mandalorian theory; remakes that are better than the original; any child/teen actors you’d like to see in The Nightmare on Elm Street remake?; is it creepy to cyberstalk and slide into DMs? #ColliderLive: You have no idea what might happen in this off the wall show that is a mix of nonsense, shaken with comedy, and served every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday live from Collider Studios. Make sure you like and share the show so we can build it TOGETHER. Make sure you give it a like as well and subscribe to the Collider Podcast feed! Watch the latest short film from The Wangers/Amateur Hour Films, “Reel Talk with the Reel Robbie”: https://youtu.be/Pkj4z7uHo9o Listen to (Alex) Marzoña’s music: https://www.youtube.com/user/alexmarzonamusic Follow Dorina: https://twitter.com/EvilDorina Follow John: https://twitter.com/TheRochaSays Follow Matt: https://twitter.com/MattKnost Follow Reilly: https://twitter.com/ReillyAround Follow Cody: https://twitter.com/TheRealCodyHall Follow Alex: https://twitter.com/AlexMarzona More Great Collider Content ??Movie News & Analysis: https://bit.ly/2n1MZb7 ??Celebrity Interviews: https://bit.ly/2OyLjSU ??Video Games: https://bit.ly/2vszg0Z ??Sports: https://bit.ly/2Au5rmv ?????Pro Wrestling: https://bit.ly/2LKhWzy ??Breaking News: http://collider.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/ColliderVideo Instagram: https://instagram.com/ColliderVideo Facebook: https://facebook.com/colliderdotcom Want to listen to Collider on the go? Search "COLLIDER" wherever you get your podcasts for original shows plus audio versions of your favorite video content.
Serena Williams celebrates her 2nd wedding anniversary by trying a Popeyes Chicken Sandwich. Harriett screenwriter claims that Julia Roberts was suppose to play Harriett Tubman. I have a love/hate relationship with casual fans. Follow me on Twitter/Instagram: @TSI_Pod / @isiddavis Podcast IG: @thesocialintrovertpodcast Snapchat: sidkneedavis Send emails to: email@example.com & firstname.lastname@example.org Intro Song: Smoke DZA - 'Bout That Life Outro Song: Anderson .Paak - The City
This week the crew talks about the sudden passing of John Whiterspoon, along with the backlash from the Harriett Tubman movie, D.C. has something to be happy about 2019 World Series Champions are the Nationals and Kayne #1 album. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/talktooemcon/support
Welcome back! Marcus and E. Leese digs deep into the passing of John Witherspoon and all his great work. They discuss Sony and Spider and also the buzz about Game of Thrones spin offs. They showcased four HOT new movie trailers the get you ready for 2020; "The Photograph" Staring Issa Rae and LaKeith Stanfield, "The Witcher" staring Henry Cavell, "The Turning", and the Netflix movie "Laundromat",Each gave their point of view on the boycotting of the new Harriett Tubman movie and much more!
Welcome back! Marcus and E. Leese digs deep into the passing of John Witherspoon and all his great work. They discuss Sony and Spider and also the buzz about Game of Thrones spin offs. They showcased four HOT new movie trailers the get you ready for 2020; "The Photograph" Staring Issa Rae and LaKeith Stanfield, "The Witcher" staring Henry Cavell, "The Turning", and the Netflix movie "Laundromat",Each gave their point of view on the boycotting of the new Harriett Tubman movie and much more!
We discuss the Harriett Tubman movie protest; Lil Nas X lawsuit; Nicole Murphy's kissing scandal; JLo as Griselda Blanco; Monique & Sidney vs Charlamagne yet again; and everything else that has pop culture buzzing We always spread a little AWARENESS...
A whole lot of nonsense is going on this episode, so excuse us. Red stopped by. CJ kept walking through the episode. And if you listen closely, you'll hear kids in the background arguing. The show starts with a missing phone and a missing lighter. Johnnie D is wasting people's stuff and turned into the police in the process. TatMoney is mad at Nicole Murphy but then turns around and agrees about the same thing. Harriett Tubman turns into John Wick and Batman. Midgets and pregnant sex make their way into a conversation about slavery. Different porn categories are discussed. And we get Deana B. to give us her IDEAL first date. And yet again, we know less than before. Remember to subscribe to the podcast on all major streaming platforms and follow the cast on instagram and facebook at MakingSenseOfNonsense.
We're still working on "getting the Bag" and this week Michel talks with @Tresnatch an Instagram Money guru, who prides himself on his Dojo work and with a wealth of knowledge of how society works,doesn't work and instructions on how to turn small money into big money.Press play and listen as we talk about how to go from working on the man's farm to working for yourself, homeschooling your children, and taking care to build your legacy. Gems from Harriett Tubman and Nipsey Hussle dropped in this episode, don't miss it!Purchase his book here: https://payhip.com/b/Y7QLFollow him: @tresnatchFollow Us: @betweenusgirlspodcastFollow Me: @mscreativeaf See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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In this special five-part podcast series, we consider the business leadership issues raised by General Stanley McChrystal (ret.) recent book Leaders-Myth and Reality, which he co-authored with Jeff Eggers and Jason Mangone. Using Plutarch’s Lives as their model they considered multiple leaders and leadership styles. These include: Founders, Walt Disney and Coco Chanel; Geniuses, Albert Einstein and Leonard Bernstein; Heroes, Zheng He and Harriet Tubman; Power Brokers, Boss Tweed and Margaret Thatcher. In this episode III, we take up the Heroes, Harriett Tubman and Zheng He. Some of the highlights include: 1. The Hero’s Journey is Separation->initiation->return. Tubman demonstrates setting forth into the unknown, emerging victorious and then returning. 2. Leadership is not magic. It occurs at a specific time and place in certain circumstances. Once again, the right person must be at the right time and the right place. 3. Great leaders must be surrounded by people who enable their activities and find meaning in what they have to offer. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this special five-part podcast series, we consider the business leadership issues raised by General Stanley McChrystal (ret.) recent book Leaders-Myth and Reality, which he co-authored with Jeff Eggers and Jason Mangone. Using Plutarch’s Livesas their model they considered multiple leaders and leadership styles. These include: Founders, Walt Disney and Coco Chanel; Geniuses, Albert Einstein and Leonard Bernstein; Heroes, Zheng He and Harriet Tubman; Power Brokers, Boss Tweed and Margaret Thatcher. In this episode III, we take up the Heroes, Harriett Tubman and Zheng He. Some of the highlights include: 1. The Hero’s Journey is Separation->initiation->return. Tubman demonstrates setting forth into the unknown, emerging victorious and then returning. 2. Leadership is not magic. It occurs at a specific time and place in certain circumstances. Once again, the right person must be at the right time and the right place. 3. Great leaders must be surrounded by people who enable their activities and find meaning in what they have to offer. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Two weeks ago we finished the 25-part series on the 10 most important battles in the Civil War. Some of you had follow-up questions. We ran a poll to so which ones were the most popular. In a recording of a live-streaming Q&A session, James and Scott answer the following questions:How many civilians died due to battles getting close to population centers (e.g., the Gettysburg battle site is close to the town)?What was going on with John Wilkes Booth during the Civil War? Were people at the time aware of events like Harriett Tubman's involvement in the raid on Combahee Ferry? Did that effect public perception? For various generals (both sides), was there any correlation between how well they did in West Point and how well they did as leaders in war?Please describe POW camps in more detail.What do you think about the removal of the statues and the renaming of places that have been named after Confederate soldiers?
Join BUZZARDSKORNER OF LOVE RADIO as we dive into Part II regarding Harriert Tubman and the Energies that she has put out that ALL of us are using today! With such a great rsponse we have brought back Marsharki Ramey who will share with us facts and information that we don't even KNOW. BUZZARDSKORNER OF LOVE is excited to have such and Infromant lady on our show. As she truly is a women who is walking in-for-mation with the Information of this Universe! Join us for and Exciting talk about His-tory and how History has molded and shaped us today! Positive Affirmatins, Prayer, and more. Check out our website and dive deeper into self....you are worth it!http://www.buzzardskorner.com Tuesday Nov.20th at 3:30pmPAC/6:30pmEST BUZZARDSKORNER OF LOVE RADIO bringing people back to themselves
Join BUZZARDSKORNER OF LOVE RADIO Tuesday Oct.23rd @3:30pm right here http://www.blogtalkradio.com/buzzardskorner-of-love as we continue our Anniversary Month! We will have an excellent conversation with a lady who is truly in-for-mation and is holding the energy of information for this planet! Join us as we discuss our own Freedom Survival by conversationg about the energy of Harriett Tubman and all that she has contributed to this world and still does! Happily retired, Mashariki has traveled internationally to study the history of the melinated global majority. She’s traveled to parts of the Caribbean, Bali Indonesia, Japan, several countries in Europe, Egypt and several states in the United States. “It’s fascinating to learn about the many contributions the global majority has made and how these contributions have shaped the United States and the world”. Currently working at Los Angeles City Hall as a Docent, she motivates and enriches minds while sharing the history of the working museum, LA City Hall on her tours. She brings to life the history of City Hall, while encouraging everyone to use their voice and participate in government through voting and possibly running for elected office. She’s met people from around the world on her tours. Mashariki passionately shares history and loves telling the stories not many know. Tuesday 3:30pm Oct 23rd right here @http://www.blogtalkradio.com/buzzardskorner-of-love BUZZARDSKORNER OF LOVE RADIO bringing people back to themselves
Harriett Tubman was a slave who escaped and became free. She is noted by historian to have mental health issues that led to seeing visions. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/te-erika-patterson/support
We are joined by our first guest ever! Ms Nicole Phillips, as we discuss her being the youngest real estate agent at Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices, at just 20 years old. She gives us some tips and tricks, why she chose this path, among other things. In addition to that, Corey and Reece talk about the backlash Cythia Erivo has received since it was announced that she would be playing Harriett Tubman, the great revolutionary in a biopic, because she is British. Coca Cola, wants to make weed infused drinks, NYC throws out over 3000 Marijuana cases. Plus, Top 5 Places to shop. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mostlyeverythingpodcast/support
It's our birthday episode!!! This week Nicki Minaj gives us a black history lesson about Harriett Tubman, Tevin Campbell FINALLY gets the respect he deserves and Darksin Aunt Viv is up to her shenanigans...AGAIN! Plus, we switched up the midday thought and asked you guys to send in questions that you wanted us to answer and you all did not disappoint. Tune in! Follow Us: Twitter: @headwrappod Instagram: @headwrapsandlipsticks Facebook: Headwraps And Lipsticks The Podcast Website: email@example.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
CLOCKBLOCKERS! That was an INCREDIBLE Season 2 finale of Timeless. The Sipping Sisters react live with their first impressions and thoughts. We sip about our favorites, which include Flynn and Lucy's interactions (we talk about whether we ship Garcy or not) Jiya, Riya, and Harriett Tubman. It's a Timeless lovefest, like usual. So get ready for some Lyatt squeals and alternate universe fangirling. Join the conversation on twitter @3SippingSisters or by email at email@example.com Rate and Review us to help get the sipping message out! Cheers Sipsters!
3:59 - What if Andrew Jackson didn't know what he was doing was wrong? 5:27 - Harriett Tubman - American Badass? 9:25 - Was Tubman justified in her ideas on potentially killing those who decided to bail on Underground Railroad? 11:00 - Harriett Tubman & NJ 14:29 - Is Harriett Tubman more deserving than Andrew Jackson? 15:41 - New Jersey Fun Fact Quiz!!! 17:42 - Jersey Shore Shark Attacks 1916 (100 years) 18:25 - Beach Haven (LBI) Shark Attacks 20:25 - Spring Lake, NJ Shark Attacks 21:38 - Matawan, NJ Shark Attacks 29:30 - Same Shark? What Kind? Tell us your opinion! 30:42 - Did NJ shark attacks inspire Jaws? What do you think? 35:15 - NJ Primaries: Bernie vs. Hillary? 38:55 - Is American voting system broken? Tell us! 43:11 Quiz Answers! Get into the conversation! www.deepindirtyjersey.com @DeepDirtyJersey on Twitter @DeepInDirtyJersey on Instagram www.youtube.com/neekstv
Hello history friends and welcome back to rememberinghistory.com where we are remembering history and we’re making it. In this month’s podcast series, we are going to remember history in a slightly different way. Rather than talking about it (which, of course, is a great thing to do and a great way to learn), we are going to visit history, see history, experience history, and get immersed in history. (And, yes, we will talk about it a bit too!) What do I mean? I mean that this month we are going to discuss important historical sites around the United States. You might not realize that there are lots and lots of different sites where great and important historical events have occurred. Some were small and brief events. Others were large and long lasting. But all were memorable and all were game changers. I think that it is so important to visit historical sites and see where and how things happened, where people lived and how they lived. Remember, one of my goals is to bring history to life—that is one of the very best ways to keep history alive. And it’s also lots of fun. I remember, when I was 8 years old, my parents took my brother and me on a road trip from Pennsylvania to California. That was one of the most fun trips ever! Besides just spending time together as a family, we also went to historical sites that I had read about in school. It was amazing to actually see the Liberty Bell and the original document of the Constitution. And I was just amazed by visiting Harper’s Ferry! (What? You haven’t heard of Harper’s Ferry?!) No worries. It is one of the places that we’re going to discuss during our exploration of the great historic sites! You might be asking yourself: why is she discussing this issue right now? Great question! Sure it is a change from the topics that I have covered in the past, particularly in April. In that month, I discussed people who had been killed in the fight for civil rights. There were so many people who sadly gave their lives during the civil rights movement but I was only able to discuss a few of them like Harry and Harriette Moore who were was killed for documenting cases of lynching and who fought for equality in education, Rev. James Reeb who was killed while attending the Selma March and Birdia Keglar and Adlena Hamlett who were tortured and killed on their way home from testifying before the Commission on Civil Rights and who had worked tirelessly for voting rights. Yes, these stories were hard to hear but it was important to remember them and what they lived and fought for. So, sure, this month’s podcast series is very different. But why now? Because school is nearly finished for the year. People are making vacation plans. They want to travel and visit family. Those are great things to do. That is my plan as well. But I would love for people to consider visiting some of these places or having some of these experiences. None of them are expensive. And they give so much more than they cost. And they are experiences that can be remembered for life. We must not let history die. We must support those places that keep African American history alive and remembered. We should take our children to these places so they can see what came before them. History is a larger way of looking at and experiencing life so let’s live life to the fullest. Remember Dr. Carter G. Woodson (the father of Black History) said that “If a race has no history, if it has no worthwhile tradition, it becomes a negligible factor in the thought of the world, and it stands in danger of being exterminated. We must never become a “negligible factor” to anyone, particularly ourselves. Finally, I just want to remind you that this is the new and improved website called rememberinghistory.com where were are remembering history and we’re making history, too. We are a large and growing community of fun and friendly historians and we welcome everyone who loves history or even if you’re just curious about history, we welcome everyone to join. Leave your comments. Read the bodacious blog. If you want more information about the people or issues, go to the remembering history book store called Books & Stuff. You’ll find, of course, books but also DVDs, audiobooks, games and other fun learning tools. Everything has been personally vetted by me so you can trust these resources—or you can blame me if you don’t like them. That’s accountability. Not easy to find on the Internet but you’ll find it here. Visit the Facebook page (which is also new). On the Facebook page, you will find pictures of the places that I mention in the podcasts and you’ll see pictures of the people too. A picture really does speak a thousand words. And you’ll find additional information about the historic sites mentioned here. Finally—really this time!—I just want to remind you that rememberinghistory.com has a surprise coming that will be released on June 1st. Next week, I’ll give you more information about this surprise and how you can be eligible to win one of these surprises. Now, let’s get started remembering history and making history. Yes, I think that I know what YOU’RE thinking now: how can she possibly talk about all the different historic sites related to African Americans? You’re right. I can’t possibly discuss EVERY one of them. Or even most of them. After all, we are talking about more than 400 years of history. It is a lot. So, I’m going to break it down. In this first podcast, I will discuss slavery and abolition. Although slavery ended in 1865, many of the historic sites still remain or have been restored. They are not often visited—after all, it is not a period or topic that most Americans are proud of, like the Declaration of Independence. But it is a part of American history and, especially, African American history so we should take steps to remember it, learn about it and learn from it. Mount Vernon This might seem like a strange place to revisit slavery. But it is one of the most moving places that I have ever visited. As you are probably aware, Mount Vernon was the plantation home of George Washington, first president of the United States. Of course, Washington did not live on the premises during his two terms as president. But he always remained connected to the plantation and immediately returned to it following his tenure. It is no surprise that George Washington owned slaves. In fact, he owned as many as 316 slaves that lived at Mount Vernon. At the time of his death in 1799, 90 percent of the population at Mount Vernon consisted of enslaved African Americans. And they lived in different quarters on the five farms that comprised Mount Vernon. The largest slave quarter was located at Mansion House Farm where 90 slaves lived. In other quarters, located at nearby farms or in distant fields, the quarters were smaller, housing around 45 or 50 persons. There is some dispute about the quality of the slave quarters. Some records say that the living areas were made of brick, had several fireplaces and glazed windows. Other reports (written by visitors to George and Martha) said that the quarters were basic log houses. Inspectors described them as wretched. Husband and wife slept on a pallet while children slept directly on the floor. I am mentioning Mount Vernon because the slave quarters (near the main house) have been restored and are open to visitors. This was an amazing experience. Standing in the quarters where the enslaved population lived was an emotional trip and brought the history to life for me. I witnessed others having the same experience—both adults and children. It is a trip back in history that every American should take. With its large population of enslaved persons, Mount Vernon also had a cemetery for the African slaves. It is near the main house. Today, it is marked with a small monument that recognizes the slaves who lived, worked and died on the plantation. To bring it all together, Mount Vernon has an excellent museum that discusses various aspects of life at the plantation, including the living conditions, experiences and lives of the enslaved population. It has excellent and interesting descriptions, exhibits and explanations. It even discussed the clothing, food and working conditions of the slaves. Mount Vernon has made a great effort to restore and present life at the first president’s plantation. The restored slave quarters, the slave cemetery and the museum presents the enslaved population (both skilled and unskilled) in a realistic and dignified way. Mount Vernon is open 365 days each year. It is a short drive from Washington, D.C. and has an amazing restaurant. You gotta try the hoe cakes (pancakes made from cornmeal—it’s an original recipe by Washington’s niece)! Take the whole family—you will never forget the experience. I just briefly want to mention another plantation from the same period. Montpellier is the plantation owned and operation by James Madison, 4th president of the United States. Montpellier was a larger and grander plantation than Mount Vernon (I didn’t think that this was possible) and had large, multi-generational population of enslaved persons. Montpellier has undergone many restorations but there much less is known about the slaves who lived on the plantation. (The Madisons kept long and copious notes about their lives and the work of James Madison, but they did not maintain the detailed records like those kept at Mount Vernon.) Nevertheless, it is known that between 1723 and 1844, there were more than 200 slaves that lived on Montpellier and that 7 generations of families were born, lived and died there. So, why do I mention Montpellier? There is an amazing archeological dig and excavation being conducted on the plantation. And they take volunteers from the public. You simply have to sign up for one of their week-long sessions where you will live and work with the archeologists on Montpellier. Some of the excavations focus on the mansion and property owned by the Madisons. However, they are also excavating the slave quarters and even restoring them for historical purposes. This is a unique opportunity to be a part of history and to protect history for future generations. This type of opportunity does not often occur and it will not last forever so it is important to contact Montpellier as soon as possible if you wish to participate in this important excavation and restoration. You can get the information on the remembering history Facebook page. But it is also available at Montpellier.org. I encourage visiting the Remembering History Facebook page because you will find more specific details and you can ask any questions that you might have. Again, Montpellier is an important place, not just because it was the home of James and Dolley Madison but also because of its large slave population who lived for 7 generations on the plantation. The current excavation gives you a chance to be a part of history. And that’s what this podcast is about: making history! For more information and pictures, go to the Remembering History website or the Facebook page. Okay, so let’s leave the plantations now and visit the home of one of the most famous and greatest abolitionists: Frederick Douglass. Yes, you can actually visit his home! Frederick Douglass House is part of the U.S. National Park Service. In fact, it has been since 1962. Frederick Douglass house is one of the most interesting and often forgotten treasures in the Washington, D.C. area. It is based in Anacostia, Maryland, just minutes from the national capitol. As you probably know, Frederick Douglass was born into slavery and was purchased by several different kinds of people. Some were cruel. Others were more compassionate. He actually learned how to read (which was illegal for slaves) from a compassionate and brave woman who was married to a man who had purchased him. He eventually escaped and became a very influential abolitionist, orator and writer. He published a newspaper that opposed slavery and published his autobiography called Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, which described his life and thoughts as a slave and the degradations that he suffered under the terrible institution. His autobiography gave momentum to the abolition movement. Frederick Douglass travelled throughout the United States and Europe speaking against slavery. As a runaway slave, though, he was constantly threatened with capture but influential friends later purchased his freedom. Frederick Douglass purchased the house called Cedar Hills (we know it as Frederick Douglass House) in September of 1877. He paid $6,700 for the house and the 10 acres around it. The following year, he bought another 5 acres around the house. He moved into the house in the Fall of 1878 and remained there until his death in 1895. The house was first restored in 1922 by the Frederick Douglass Memorial and Historical Association and the National Association of Colored Women. It was further restored in 1972 and a third restoration was completed in 2007. The house and the surrounding land are beautiful and scenic and reportedly have the best views of the national capitol. As part of the National Park Service, there are today many tours of Frederick Douglass House. In fact, the only way to get inside the house is as part of a tour, which take place throughout the day. One point to highlight is the library. Frederick Douglass was a true man of letters and had an extensive library with books on virtually every imaginable subject. It has been called the most impressive room in this most impressive house. A “not to be missed” room in this house is the “growlery”. This was a special room and I urge you to ask the knowledgeable volunteers about how Mr. Douglass used this room. You will be surprised! If, unfortunately, you are not able to visit Frederick Douglass House or you just can’t wait to see the interior, then you can also take a virtual tour of the house on the website. More on this great feature on the Remembering History website and Facebook page—and you will also find helpful information about the opening times, tours, directions and the history of the house. Go visit the website or Facebook page and I hope that you will “like” us there too. Continuing on with the history of the abolition movement, we have the Black Heritage Trail. Do you know where the Black Heritage Trail is? Can you guess? Okay, I’ll just tell you: Boston. (Yes, there is also a Black Heritage Trail in Columbus, Ohio, too.) But we will focus on Boston. The Black Heritage Trail links more than 15 pre-Civil War structures and historic sites, including the 1806 African Meeting House, which is the oldest surviving black church in the United States. (You will hear about another church in the last podcast in this series so stay tuned.) The Black Heritage Trail is a path in Boston, Massachusetts, winding through the Beacon Hill neighborhood and other sites that are important in African American history. Massachussetts was the first state to abolish slavery and, therefore, a large abolitionist community was formed there. And many enslaved persons escaped and sought refuge in the state. The trail begins at the Museum for African American History in Boston (which is actually located in Abiel Smith School). The trail includes 10 sites that were known to be part of the Underground Railroad. Stories about the owners and escaped slaves are provided at the houses. At the beginning of the trail, visitors can collect maps and written histories of how the Underground Railroad assisted slaves in getting to freedom. However, it notes the difficulties didn’t end in Boston, particularly after the passage of the Fugitive Slave Act and other laws that threatened escaped slaves. The Black Heritage Trail is an interesting and active historical site that is a strong part of American history. Take the family. Take the car. Or be prepared to walk, which is always a good idea. You will find interesting and inspirational stories of real heroism and courage. Never depressing. Always interesting. Shows how individuals can make a real difference. For additional information including a map of the Black Heritage Trail, go to the Remembering History Facebook page. I think that you will definitely like us. But you be the judge. Finally, there is one last place that I want to mention in this podcast on famous historic sites about slavery and abolition. This site is slightly different than the others but I hope you will agree that it is very relevant and extremely important—historically and today. It is called the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center. Based in Cincinnati, the mission of the Freedom Center is to collect and reveal the stories of freedom heroes from the Underground Railroad to the present time. Its goal is to inspire modern abolitionist heroes. There are stories about true American heroes like Harriett Tubman and her work to help enslaved people escape to freedom as well as her work as a nurse and spy during the American Civil War. The center devotes a lot of resources to fighting modern day slavery as well as recognizing the history of African slavery. The Center offers a variety of programs for visitors and educators including films, lectures, exhibits, gallery talks and family programs. In a special section of the center, individuals and groups can learn how to become modern day abolitionists in a three-step program. Spoiler alert: The three steps are: Learn, teach and act. But there is much more to it and the center is devoted to abolishing modern day slavery. Less you think that the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center is a heavy, boring or slightly depressing place, get ready for a big surprise. Yes, there are parts that are difficult such as the Auschwitz exhibit, there is also interactive and age-relevant stories that are so inspirational and empowering that visitors are left feeling ready, willing and able to change the world! For additional information about the Freedom Center, take a look at the Remembering History Facebook page—there will be lots of practical information but also interesting commentary and stories. Again, visit the page and hopefully like us there. So, that is all for today. Great sites: The slave quarters and the slave cemetery at Mount Vernon. At Montpellier, you can actually excavate and restore the slave quarters. Then Frederick Douglass House—the world’s most famous abolitionist. The Black Heritage Trail will take you along the Underground Railroad. And finally the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center shows us how to fight modern day slavery and helps to work as modern day abolitionists. You see, there are so many great African American historical sites throughout the country. I hope that you have enjoyed this podcast and gotten great ideas about places to go and to take the family this summer. So much to see. So much to learn. And, no, we’re not finished. In the next podcast, we are going to visit some unusual historical sites. They might be surprises but I will give a small hint: think of a very famous, “game-changing” athlete and where he became famous. And the final podcast in this series is going to take us to the west coast of the United States. Yes, there are a lot of interesting historical sites there—don’t let the people on the East Coast or in the South make you believe that African Americans did not have a strong presence in the west. We did—and you will hear about it in the third podcast. So, please visit the rememberinghistory.com website or the Facebook page. You will find great resources and information and a great community of history lovers in both places. Oh, did I mention the books and DVDs that you might also find interesting? Well, I mentioning them now so take a look or listen on the website. I hope that you find them interesting and helpful. See you next time at rememberinghistory.com where we are remembering history and we’re making it. Bye for now! Robin
This week's podcast is all about bad decisions. Kenan discusses his experience being fat for the first time in his life and tells the Journey getting there. Kenan and Tony also debate whether or not Harriett Tubman on the $20 Bill is a good or bad idea. Plus, Kenan thinking of becoming a Nudist? Subscribe, Rate, & Review! Thank you!
Nicki Minaj came out on Instagram to reveal that she is pregnant! She posted pictures with the caption "Preggers"! We are excited to congratulate Nicki Minaj on her pregnancy! There will of course be comparisons to Cardi B, so we discuss that as well! Kanye West went to Charlotteville, NC to give his very first presidential campaign rally. There he said lots of questionable things about Harriett Tubman and he talked about how he wanted to abort his daughter North. He was all over the place, and his close family said that think he is experiencing a manic episode as he was diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder. Episode 102; this was recorded on July 19th 2020.