American activist and leader in the civil rights movement (1929-1968)
The word racism carries a heavy burden, and the thought of dismantling it has even more weight. Our guest today, Rev. Dr. Terrlyn L. Curry Avery tackles this subject with finesse and instills hope that it is possible to achieve racial equity. She leads the charge against fear, guilt, and shame that often comes with addressing racism. Rev. Dr. Terrlyn L. Curry Avery is an ordained minister and licensed psychologist who invites people into transformation through the journey of sacred intelligence: tapping into one's internal source to make intelligent choices that manifest the good of humanity. She helps leaders discover how their sphere of influence can change the status quo and dismantle racism. She is the author of Sacred Intelligence: The Essence of Sacred, Selfish & Shared Relationships and her new book is titled: Dismantling Racism: Healing Separation from the Inside Out. Rev. Dr. Curry Avery is the pastor of Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Presbyterian Church in Springfield, MA and the host of Dismantle Racism on talkradio.nyc. Visit https://www.sacredintelligence.com. Get the book "Dismantling Racism" at https://amzn.to/3wQ5TXv. Check out Sister Jenna's new book, Meditation: Intimate Experiences with the Divine through Contemplative Practices. Listen to the Om Shanti album by Sister Jenna on Spotify. Visit www.americameditating.org and if you like this show, please subscribe and leave us a review wherever you get your podcasts, so other people can find us.
Christophe Hondelatte raconte l'année 1968 en puisant dans les archives d'Europe 1. Cette année-là… la pilule entre dans la vie des françaises, Mireille Mathieu menacée par des marlous, Martin Luther King assassiné, aux JO des athlètes américains lèvent leur poing ganté de noir, et enfin le bruit qui rend dingue les « gens de la ville » !
The Chris Voss Show Podcast - Lincoln and the Fight for Peace by John Avlon A groundbreaking, revelatory history of Abraham Lincoln's plan to secure a just and lasting peace after the Civil War—a vision that inspired future presidents as well as the world's most famous peacemakers, including Nelson Mandela, Mahatma Gandhi, and Martin Luther King, Jr. It is a story of war and peace, race and reconciliation. As the tide of the Civil War turned in the spring of 1865, Abraham Lincoln took a dangerous two-week trip to visit the troops on the front lines accompanied by his young son, seeing combat up close, meeting liberated slaves in the ruins of Richmond, and comforting wounded Union and Confederate soldiers. The power of Lincoln's personal example in the closing days of the war offers a portrait of a peacemaker. He did not demonize people he disagreed with. He used humor, logic, and scripture to depolarize bitter debates. Balancing moral courage with moderation, Lincoln believed that decency could be the most practical form of politics, but he understood that people were more inclined to listen to reason when greeted from a position of strength. Ulysses S. Grant's famously generous terms of surrender to General Robert E. Lee at Appomattox that April were a direct expression of the president's belief that a soft peace should follow a hard war. While his assassination sent the country careening off course, Lincoln's vision would be vindicated long after his death, inspiring future generations in their own quests to secure a just and lasting peace. As US General Lucius Clay, architect of the post-WWII German occupation, said when asked what guided his decisions: “I tried to think of the kind of occupation the South would have had if Abraham Lincoln had lived.” Lincoln and the Fight for Peace reveals how Lincoln's character informed his commitment to unconditional surrender followed by a magnanimous peace. Even during the Civil War, surrounded by reactionaries and radicals, he refused to back down from his belief that there is more that unites us than divides us. But he also understood that peace needs to be waged with as much intensity as war. Lincoln's plan to win the peace is his unfinished symphony, but in its existing notes, we can find an anthem that can begin to bridge our divisions today.
Good morning friends, family and neighbors! It's Thursday, one more day before what looks to be a great weekend. Our guest today is our friend Nick Thompson who will be part of a great event this evening benefitting Simply Destinee Youth Center. Mental health, community, resources and taking care of each other are the topics of discussion today. Here is the news: - Thursday, May 26th from 9 am to 3 pm the Kane County Sheriff's Office will be hosting another forklift driver certification class. Registration is now open for this one day training class. Card certification is good for 3 years. Scan the QR code on the flyer shared to our social media. There is a registration fee of $25 which also covers your lunch! The link to register is: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/forklift-driver-certification-class-tickets-330823440817 - Aurora's Juneteenth celebration will be taking place on Saturday June 18th from 3:30 to 7:30 pm. This will be held at Martin Luther King Jr. park on the city's east side at Farnsworth & Grand boulevard/ Free admission and the public is invited! There will be prizes, poetry, live entertainment and a whole lot more. This event is sponsored by the African American Men of Unity, Aurora African-American Heritage Advisory Board and City of Aurora, IL, Government. Come out and have some fun this summer! #juneteenth - Last but not least, Saturday May 21st there will be a free community shredding event, hosted by the KCT Credit Union and the Aurora Public Library. You can also donate food items to the Aurora Area Interfaith Food Pantry & meet Representative Barbara Hernandez! This will take place from 9 to 11 am, and the downtown Aurora Santori branch of the public library is located at 101 S. River street. Only paper materials will be accepted. Have a wonderful day dear people. Get to know us by sending us an email to: email@example.com with any questions you have. Subscribe to the show on YouTube with this link: https://www.youtube.com/c/GoodMorningAuroraPodcast The second largest city's first daily news podcast is here. Tune in everyday to our FB Live from 8 am to 9 am. Make sure to like and subscribe to stay updated on all things Aurora. Twitter: goodmorningaur1 Instagram: goodmorningaurorail Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/6dVweK5Zc4uPVQQ0Fp1vEP... Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/.../good-morning.../id1513229463 Anchor: https://anchor.fm/goodmorningaurora #positivevibes #positiveenergy #downtownaurora #kanecountyil #bataviail #genevail #stcharlesil #saintcharlesil #elginil #northaurorail #auroraillinois #auroramedia #auroranews #goodmorning #goodmorningaurora #comedy #news #dailynews #subscribe #youtube #podcast #spotify #positiveenergy #morningnews #morningshow #simplydestinee #thursday --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/goodmorningaurora/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/goodmorningaurora/support
Senator Turner digs into our painful truth about voting with activist and mayoral candidate, W. Mondale Robinson (@mondalerobinson). For Black and Brown folks especially, voting has deep, deep historical roots intertwined with the preservation of white supremacy; in this episode, these two let us know all about it. #HelloSomebody LINKS W. Mondale Robinson Twitter: @mondalerobinson Facebook: @Mondale Robinson Instagram: @iammondale https://www.linkedin.com/in/mondalebmvp/ Black Male Voter Project @BMVProject https://blackmalevoterproject.org/ The Fire Next Time by James Baldwin https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/books/7753/the-fire-next-time-by-james-baldwin/ Promises of Power: A Political Autobiography by Carl B. Stokes https://engagedscholarship.csuohio.edu/clevmembks/27/ The Radical King by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Edited by Cornel West https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/books/239755/the-radical-king-by-martin-luther-king-jr-cornel-west/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On this week's episode of Own the Microphone, Bridgett McGowen welcomes the founder and CEO of Crystal Clear Results LLC and a Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. award winner who has 20+ years of experience serving senior leadership Fortune 100 companies and is an expert in enhancing overall well-being in workforce performance, Crystal Blackwell. Bridgett and Crystal discuss speaking from the heart, telling stories during presentations, having different generations in your circle, and more! Visit www.crystalblackwell.com to get your goal setting worksheet. 0:48 What did Crystal Blackwell do before become a public speaker? 5:20 The difficulty of being confident. 8:14 What does Crystal love workshopping? 17:00 Planting seeds. 25:50 A question for Bridgett. 32:30 One last tip on how to own the microphone. Listen and Subscribe to the Own the Microphone Podcast with Bridgett McGowen on iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher, and the CLNS Media Network mobile app.
This week, Sara Gorsky brings us the incredible true story of Josephine Baker! Born into poverty in St. Louis, Missouri in 1906, Josephine works her way up the chorus line to NYC, but the discrimination she faces at every turn drives her to Europe where France falls in love with the girl in the banana skirt. Her rise to fame is meteoric and she becomes one of the highest paid performers in all of Europe and the first Black woman in history to reach such astounding celebrity status. However, she does not stop there. Her accomplishments include incredible work as a spy for the French Resistance in WWII, adopting a "Rainbow Tribe" of children, forcing the desegregation of notorious nightclubs around the country and marching & speaking alongside Dr. MLK, Jr. at the March on Washington. If you haven't heard of this woman whom Earnest Hemingway called “the most sensational woman anyone ever saw,” then this is the episode for you! — A Broad is a woman who lives by her own rules. Broads You Should Know is the podcast about the Broads who helped shape our world! 3 Ways you can help support the podcast: Write a review on Apple Podcasts Share your favorite episode on social media / tell a friend about the show! Send us an email with a broad suggestion, question, or comment at BroadsYouShouldKnow@gmail.com — SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR EPISODE SPONSOR: ZENCASTR - the all-in-one podcast production suite that gives you studio quality audio and video without needing all the technical know-how. It's what we use to record BYSK and WE LOVE IT! Learn more & sign up with 30% off at zen.ai/broadsyoushouldknow — Broads You Should Know is hosted by Sara Gorsky. IG: @SaraGorsky Web master / site design: www.BroadsYouShouldKnow.com — Broads You Should Know is produced by Sara Gorsky & edited by Chloe Skye
Pat Hynes, former Director of the Traprock Peace and Justice Center in western Massachusetts, wrote a recent op ed about why peace activists and others are joining in the Poor people's Campaign march on Washington in June, five decades after Dr. Martin Luther King organized the Poor People's March that took place on Mother's Day in 1968, shortly after his assassination. She discusses the fight against injustice with Mark Dunlea for Hudson Mohawk Magazine.
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Our miniseries on the 1975/76 Church Committee findings on CIA and FBI operations continues. This episode, we look at what Americans learned with regards to COINTELPRO — domestic spying on people like MLK and John Lennon, as well as groups like the Black Panthers and KKK. Be sure to check out the whole “Family Jewels” series, where we're looking at Meddling Abroad, Meddling at Home, Meddling with Your Mind, and Meddling in the Press. Our guest for this series is Rick Perlstein, author of Nixonland, Reaganland, The Invisible Bridge, and much more. Sign up for our newsletter! Find out more at thisdaypod.com And don't forget about Oprahdemics, hosted by Kellie, out now from Radiotopia. This Day In Esoteric Political History is a proud member of Radiotopia from PRX. Your support helps foster independent, artist-owned podcasts and award-winning stories. If you want to support the show directly, you can do so on our website: ThisDayPod.com Get in touch if you have any ideas for future topics, or just want to say hello. Our website is thisdaypod.com Follow us on social @thisdaypod Our team: Jacob Feldman, Researcher/Producer; Brittani Brown, Producer; Khawla Nakua, Transcripts; music by Teen Daze and Blue Dot Sessions; Julie Shapiro and Audrey Mardavich, Executive Producers at Radiotopia
Kevin Morby discusses his excellent, reflective new album, This is a Photograph, the lure and historical significance of Memphis, Tennessee, documentation and lost artefacts, Martin Luther King Jr., Jeff Buckley, and Jay Reatard, why Tim Heidecker and Alia Shawkat appear on his LP, future plans, and more! Supported by you on Patreon, Blackbyrd Myoozik, Pizza Trokadero, the Bookshelf, Planet Bean Coffee, and Grandad's Donuts. Support Y.E.S.S. and Black Women United YEG. Follow vish online.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/kreative-kontrol. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
After Greg Hall, M.D. started volunteering in his community, he was tapped by the Governor's office to join the Ohio Committee on Minority Health. That was the beginning of his growing expertise on the health disparities between African-Americans and other racial groups. Reading research study after research study, he noticed a correlation between the nutritional deficits most common among African-Americans and the diseases that have the most devastating impacts on Black life expectancy. His research lead to the creation of Sequence Multi-Vitamins specifically designed to enhance African-American health. His book, Patient-Centered Care for African-Americans is a trailblazer in providing guidance to doctors, medical school students and hospital residents. A second edition is already being prepared. Most recently, Dr. Hall was named Medical Director of University Hospital's Cutler Center for Men and will oversee a multidisciplinary approach to improving all men's health. Dr. Hall and his wife Melanie have three adult children. He drops a lot of great knowledge and humor throughout our conversation. Make sure you subscribe to the 365 Brothers YouTube Channel. Excerpts that didn't make it into the official episode will drop later this week. Favorite song: Family Reunion by the O'Jays Favorite words: "Life's most persistent and urgent question is "What are you doing for others?" - Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Instagram @365brothers Are you our next guest? - Let's talk. Support us! 365 Brothers on Patreon. Special thanks to our earliest and consistent supporters, Sonji Walker, Abigail Gonzalez, William C. Hamilton, Jr. and Shedrick Sanders!!! Check out Alitu for more ease editing, polishing and publishing your podcast. About this podcast: In each episode, a Brother reflects on his life; explores the experience of being a Black man in America; shares his interactions with law enforcement; and answers the signature question "If America was a woman, what would you say to her? You won't find a collection of conversations with Black men like this anywhere else. Hear their wisdom. Be inspired. Host, Rahbin Shyne, is an author, educator, creative and avid half-marathon walker. https://www.linkedin.com/in/365brothers/
Mom Dukes is the MVP Welcome to The Side Jawn, the place where we talk about sports, culture and life. I am your host Dennis Holmes along side of my co-host Sharon the Chocolate Girrrrrrrrrrrrrrl! Say it right Dennis! Sharon says good morning, says a bit and asks how Dennis is doing/back to Dennis. Dennis: Thank you for joining us this morning. Got a great show for you today. But first we've got some headlines we're gonna touch on. What's going on Sharon Well, back on 5/02/63 more than 700 Black children peacefully protested racial segregation in Birmingham, Alabama, as part of the Children's Crusade launched by MLK Jr and SCLC, beginning a movement that sparked widely-publicized police brutality that shocked the nation and spurred major civil rights advances.Though hundreds were assaulted, arrested, and transported to jail in school buses and paddy wagons, the children refused to relent their peaceful demonstration.The next day the policy commish Bull Connor ordered officers to spray them with fire hoses, hit them with batons and turn policy dogs on them. The US Department of Justice got involved. Finally by 5/10/22, Birmingham was desegregated. But the school districk announced the kids would be suspended or expelled. It took federal court to reverse that. Well 5/4 this week marked the 57th anniversary of Willie Mays breaking the home run record with his 512th home run. He was playing for the San Francisco Giants at the time (boo). One of the greatest to ever do it, Willie Mays. Here recently did you hear about JJ Reddick shutting down Mad Dog on First Take? Beautiful. Sent the clown back to the circus. Dennis We're going to do a tribute to moms. Talk about our moms. Something wonderful about them, something unusual about them, what kind of personality, are they famous for something. Talk about something you wondered about your mom when you were little and it makes sense now that you're an adult. TV Moms You sent Movie Moms You sent Sports Moms You sent Question: who sits in the front seat - mom or wife/girlfriend? LOL You sent Favorite Mama song You sent Fighting - yo mama! Have you ever? Dennis - ask Sharon for final thoughts Sharon gives thoughts, sends back to Dennis to close out. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dennis-holmes/support
My recent message to the young generation: Don't just be a hashtag activist. Margaret Thatcher said: “It used to be about trying to do something. Now it's about trying to be someone.” I challenged Gen Z – that you will be the generation known for the content of your character (in the spirit of Martin Luther King Jr.) and not just the content of your Instagram and TikTok.
Ken welcomes long-time friend of the podcast, Dr. Theon Hill. Dr. Hill is a professor at Wheaton College, an Aspen Civil Society Fellow and emerging social intellectual. The two reminisce over the first episode of the BWM podcast where Dr. Hill was Ken's very first guest. Then, they have a lively reaction to the Grove City College report that condemns Critical Race Theory and disassociates from chapel speaker, Dr. Jemar Tisbey. Dr. Hill expresses his weariness over invitations to debate the realities of racism in America - he's done with those fruitless conversations. Theon explains the engagement of Dr. Martin Luther King, Bell Hooks, Margaret Thatcher and others to explore values and ventures that lead to the common good in local communities. He has developed a focus on local black-owned businesses to expand markets and reach, creating jobs and careers in community implementing his work at the Copenhagen Business School. He shares the influence of Cornell West, James Baldwin, Malcolm X and Eddie Glaude, Jr., who has become his personal mentor and friend. Dr. Hill admits his concern that democracy is slipping away in America, unable to embrace pluralism. In view of the Supreme Court's attempt to reverse Roe v. Wade, the two discuss the problems of constitutional "originalism." There is a cloud of witnesses we need to hear. Theon is committed to international empowerment and his church's commitment to justice and mercy. SHOW NOTESBecome a Patreon - www.patreon.com/beachedwhitemaleSupport the show
This Mother's Day weekend, we are joined by local author and mom Anna Malaika Tubbs. Her new book, “The Three Mothers,” shines a light on the difficult and often overlooked work of Black mothers, and explores the lives of the women who birthed and raised Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Malcolm X and James Baldwin. She and host Alex Cohen also talk about the best gifts one can give to mothers everywhere. Hint: It's NOT flowers or chocolate! Get in Touch Want to ask Alex a question? Visit the SoCal in 17 page On Twitter using hashtag #SOCALIN17 or her handle @alexcoheninla In this Episode Find Anna Malaika Tubbs on Twitter: @annas_tea_
This week I thought it would be great to share with you two lengthier quotes from Thich Nhat Hanh's Living Buddha, Living Christ. TNH was good friends with the Catholic monk, Thomas Merton, and was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize by his friend, MLK Jr. I believe that it is helpful to be inspired by what is good, beautiful, true and loving in someone else's tradition as well as to listen to what people of another faith say about how Christianity is done in the world. - For more, check out John's website: www.johnchaffee.com To sign up for his weekly email: signup.johnchaffee.com For a parent resource: parents.johnchaffee.com To donate: www.johnchaffee.com/donate
Civil rights icon, Reverend James Lawson Jr., shares his recollections of the 1960s and working closely with Martin Luther King Jr. Reverend Lawson presents the nonviolent movement in America as the "nuclear engine" of the mid-20th century civil rights movement, and as a strategic series of organizing campaigns for racial and economic justice. This is the second part of our miniseries on Reverend James Lawson Jr. Transcript: bit.ly/soulforcepart2 This episode contains material from Rev. Lawson's UCLA Labor Studies course, Nonviolence and Social Movements, which he teaches with UCLA Labor Center Director Kent Wong. To watch the class, visit bit.ly/UCLALawson. Books by Rev. Lawson: bit.ly/revolutionarynonviolence books.labor.ucla.edu/nonviolence Related Links: irle.ucla.edu/labor-studies/comm…-social-movements/ newsroom.ucla.edu/stories/ucla-cla…ther-king-legacy newsroom.ucla.edu/releases/dedicat…ing-james-lawson newsroom.ucla.edu/stories/james-la…lding-dedication
Today's guest is a special person from SBDC. Russell C. Teter III is an Internationally Certified Executive Coach / Director of Training for SBDC at University Of Maryland. He has been with the SBDC for 14 years as of this July. He was promoted to Director of the Northern Maryland Small Business Development Center Network in 2003. Russell has personally aided over 13,000 entrepreneurs in improving their economic situation; his assistance has led to the acquisition of tens of millions in equity/debt financing as well as the creation and retention of thousands of jobs. Three of the last seven "Maryland Small Business Person of the Year" were his clients. In 2008, he received the U.S. Small Business Administration "Innovator & Excellence" Award for Maryland. In 2006 he was officially recognized by Maryland's Governor and Lieutenant Governor for "[creating] legacy wealth for the minority community by encouraging minority entrepreneurs to be stronger leaders and advocates within their community.” He is also the 2010 Maryland Minority Business Advocate of the Year. Articles Russell has written for small business owners include The 8 Attitudes to Be a Successful Entrepreneur, Lessons on Entrepreneurism from Martin Luther King, Jr., and Do you own your business or does your business own you? Mr. Teter has an M.B.A. in Technology Management and is certified by the Kauffmann Foundation (the world's largest foundation for entrepreneurship) as a TechVenture instructor, certified NxLevel trainer and trained Franklin Covey facilitator. He has been adjunct faculty at Harford Community College and Baltimore Christian College. Tune in to our next giant, Mr. Russell C. Teter III.
Today's episode is a little different. Reverend Richard Lawrence, who protested with Martin Luther King Jr, and was also a part of the historic march from Selma to Montgomery Alabama, was featured a little while back on Popular Nation, where he discussed a lifetime of dedication to social justice, civil rights and equality. He talks about his early days in the church and the movement, how he picked his specific church – spoiler alert, it was because they had a baseball team. He compares the issues and efforts, then versus now. He also talks about the wins, the losses the progress and the toll it took on his life and relationships.
Think back on an encounter with an adult overreacting to a situation. Were you caught off-guard; did you feel uncomfortable? A psychiatrist friend of mine shared a phrase he often communicated to his staff: "When you see a patient overreact or act out, always remember there's a story behind that behavior." Adults don't lose self-control in a vacuum – there's a build-up and a story behind their behavior. When caregivers find themselves in the unpleasant predicament of engaging an individual with frenetic or hyper behavior, it's helpful to remember that the behavior is bigger than the moment. Reminding ourselves that “there's a story” enables us to speak to the deeper issues driving the outburst – which often requires assurance rather than reason. Arguing with a longtime wound is futile. Caring for that wound – and all its symptoms – remains a more effective response. As caregivers, we encounter those panicking about pocket-sized problems. Outbursts at a temporary or minor problem are rooted in a long journey that could stretch back a lifetime. Detaching from the immediate eruption allows us to better understand and address the volcanic turbulence behind the explosion. However, It starts with us remembering, "If it's hysterical, it's historical." “We are not makers of history. We are made by history.” – Martin Luther King, Jr.
It's Tuesday and topics tackled today include...Who leaked the Supreme Court draft on overturning abortion rights? That is the question as a leaked draft suggests that Supreme Court has voted to overturn Roe v. Wade that has sparked an uproar and controversy as protesters gather outside Supreme Court Building as the left and media freak out over leaked Court opinion.; We asked you if the SCOTUS leak will save Democrats in the midterms?; Jack has a few special guests to help break down the leaked Supreme Court draft to overturn abortion rights including Dr. Alveda King, the niece of civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King Jr..; It's primary night in Ohio as voters go to the polls for various House seats and a look at the GOP race that could be tested by former President Trumps endorsement power and Jack takes your calls on the days News and Hot topics.
Today on Boston Public Radio: We began the show by talking with listeners about the leak of a Supreme Court abortion draft decision, and the future of abortion rights. Alton Brown talks about “Iron Chef” moving to Netflix, and his latest cookbook, “Good Eats: The Final Years.” Brown is a Peabody Award-winning celebrity chef and host of both “Good Eats” and “Iron Chef,” which is making a grand-return to Netflix this June. His latest book is “Good Eats: The Final Years.” Judge Nancy Gertner weighs in on the Supreme Court draft opinion that has the potential to overturn Roe v. Wade, and what overturning the case means for the legal system. Gertner is a retired federal judge, and is now a senior lecturer at Harvard Law School. Imari Paris Jeffries discusses King Boston breaking ground at the Martin Luther King, Jr., and Coretta Scott King memorial, “The Embrace,” in Boston Common. He also shares his thoughts on the potential for government-funded reparations. Jeffries is the executive director of King Boston, the group behind this coming memorial for Dr. Martin Luther King and Corretta Scott King on Boston Common called “The Embrace.” John Waters previews his new book, “Liarmouth: A Feel-Bad Romance: A Novel,” and talks about the 50th anniversary of “Pink Flamingos.” Waters is a filmmaker, actor, artist and the author of “Liarmouth: A Feel-Bad Romance: A Novel.” Jared Bowen talks about Matthew López's play “The Inheritance” at the SpeakEasy Stage Company. He also shares his thoughts on “Prison Nation,” a photography exhibit examining mass incarceration across the U.S., on view at the Davis Museum. Bowen is GBH's executive arts editor and the host of "Open Studio." We end the show by returning to our discussion with listeners on the future of abortion rights.
Susan Whiting is Chair of the National Women's History Museum Board and is excited to announce that after 26 years of offering online programs about women's contribution to the founding and development of our country, NWHM is to become a museum in residence at the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Library in Washington, D.C., It's a museum reimagined, still offering online programs and events, but reaching out to the community to help foster and continue women's stories through recording and exhibition of women in history who have remained unknown until now.
Civil Rights Leader REVEREND PETER JOHNSON sits down with host Jeremy Lock to discuss The Civil Rights Movement, Rosa Parks, Dr Martin Luther King Jr., Racism, Guns, Hunger and dedicating his entire life to God's people in "DID NOT GIVE UP."Last Letters Website
Today is a grab bag of ideas as cohosts Markus and Antwuan chat about Elon Musk and twitter, Harvard and reparations and Jemar Tisby and his recent drama with Grove City. Join in for the discussion._____________________________Podcast Subscription LinksApple Podcast: coloredcommentary.com/appleSpotify: coloredcommentary.com/spotifyGoogle Podcasts: coloredcommentary.com/googleStitcher: coloredcommentary.com/stitcherIHeart Radio: coloredcommentary.com/iheartradio
Franklin D. Roosevelt advocated for it in his 1944 State of the Union Address. Martin Luther King Jr. demanded it over 20 years later during the Poor People's Campaign. Yet, we still do not have an Economic Bill of Rights. L. Joy brings Nina Turner to the front of the class to discuss how an Economic Bill of Rights for the 21st Century would help close the wealth gap, the mortality gap, and bring us closer to MLK's Beloved Community. L. Joy closes out the episode with a meaningful commentary on values.
Joan Baez (1941-present) is regarded as the Queen of Folk Music, captivating audiences for 60 years with her warbling soprano voice. She used her music as a tool to advocate for social justice and nonviolence.History classes can get a bad rap, and sometimes for good reason. When we were students, we couldn't help wondering... where were all the ladies at? Why were so many incredible stories missing from the typical curriculum? Enter, Womanica. On this Wonder Media Network podcast we explore the lives of inspiring women in history you may not know about, but definitely should.Every weekday, listeners explore the trials, tragedies, and triumphs of groundbreaking women throughout history who have dramatically shaped the world around us. In each 5 minute episode, we'll dive into the story behind one woman listeners may or may not know–but definitely should. These diverse women from across space and time are grouped into easily accessible and engaging monthly themes like Educators, Villains, Indigenous Storytellers, Activists, and many more. Womanica is hosted by WMN co-founder and award-winning journalist Jenny Kaplan. The bite-sized episodes pack painstakingly researched content into fun, entertaining, and addictive daily adventures. Womanica was created by Liz Kaplan and Jenny Kaplan, executive produced by Jenny Kaplan, and produced by Liz Smith, Grace Lynch, Maddy Foley, Brittany Martinez, Edie Allard, Lindsey Kratochwill, Adesuwa Agbonile, Carmen Borca-Carrillo, Taylor Williamson, and Ale Tejeda. Special thanks to Shira Atkins.Original theme music composed by Miles Moran.We are offering free ad space on Wonder Media Network shows to organizations working towards social justice. For more information, please email Jenny at firstname.lastname@example.org.Follow Wonder Media Network:WebsiteInstagramTwitterTo take the Womanica listener survey, please visit: https://wondermedianetwork.com/survey
This week we talk with Diana Gruver, author of Companions in the Darkness: Seven Saints Who Struggled with Depression and Doubt. She talks to us about the struggles of people like Charles Spurgeon, Mother Theresa, William Cowper, Martin Luther King Jr., and more. In the intro, Robert & Holly talk about historical figures that have shaped them.Things we mention in this episode/other resources:- CXMH ep. 155 - Spirituality in Therapy Sessions (feat. Russell Siler Jones)- the Look Up Conference that Holly mentions- the Puddcast ep #110: Facing depression with saints from the past (with Diana Gruver)Connect with Diana on her website, on Facebook, or on Twitter. Buy Companions in the Darkness: Seven Saints Who Struggled with Depression and Doubt on Amazon.Quotes:- “I don't know of a better way to unravel stigma than through the telling of stories.” (tweet)Join the Cxmhunity on Facebook!Connect with Robert on his website, Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram.Connect with Holly on her website, Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram.Connect more with CXMH on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or Pinterest.Ways to support CXMH:- make a pledge on Patreon and get rewards like submitting questions for upcoming interviews, a mug, sticker, t-shirt, or more!- give a one-time gift using PayPal- Buy books from previous guests on Bookshop- Do your Amazon shopping through this link- Leave us a rating & review on iTunes or Google Play- Check out our CXMH merchandise to show off your support- Check out other episodes and find your favorites guests on our website.Intro/Outro music for this episode is ‘Fall Down' by Rivers & Robots.
On this episode of Diverse Voices Book Review we had our crime fiction picks of the month with Scott Montgomery and Amanda Moore, but opened with an extended conversation with Gary Phillips, author of the novel ONE-SHOT-HARRY. Molly Odintz, who is part of the monthly crime fiction team, was not able to join us this month. In ONE-SHOT HARRY, freelance Black crime photographer Harry Ingram is a Korean War vet in 1963 Los Angeles on the eve of a visit by Martin Luther King, Jr. prior to the March on Washington. Then a long-gone foxhole buddy shows up and dies under mysterious circumstances. Armed with his wits, his camera, and occasionally his service .45, Harry plunges headfirst into the seamier underbelly of L.A. society — tangling with racists, leftists, blackmailers, gangsters, zealots and lovers, all in the hope of finding something resembling justice for his friend. Gary Phillips's web page for his new novel is https://gdphillips.com/portfolio/one-shot-harry/.Our April Crime Fiction Picks of the Month are ONE-SHOT HARRY, THE FUGUTIVE COLOURS by Nancy Bilyeau (http://www.nancybilyeau.com/), and SHADOW HOUSE by Anna Downs (https://anna-downes.com/).Diverse Voices Book Review Social Media:Facebook - @diversevoicesbookreviewInstagram - @diverse_voices_book_reviewTwitter - @diversebookshayEmail: email@example.comWeb site: https://diversevoicesbookreview.wordpress.com/
Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter. Read more quotes from Martin Luther King Check out John Lee Dumas' award winning Podcast Entrepreneurs on Fire on your favorite podcast directory. For world class free courses and resources to help you on your Entrepreneurial journey visit EOFire.com
What's on my mind: The normalization of hate: https://www.counterextremism.com/content/extreme-left-groups-united-states, https://verdict.justia.com/2019/04/04/if-these-ideas-are-too-far-left-why-are-they-so-popularNews:Internal memo reveals the GOPs insidious tactics: https://www.nytimes.com/2022/04/21/us/jim-jordan-republicans-memo-immigration.htmlThe politics of COVID: https://www.thenation.com/article/society/covid-politics-democrats/Update in the MTG trial, we know the truth: https://truthout.org/articles/a-court-decision-against-marjorie-taylor-greene-may-only-embolden-her-base/Texas “youth pastor” confesses to sexual abuse of a child: https://ministrywatch.com/texas-youth-pastor-former-teachers-aide-confesses-to-sexual-abuse-of-children/The Democratic Party might be trash, but let's stop pretending it matters: https://thegrio.com/2022/04/27/democratic-party-might-be-trash-but-stop-pretending-it-matters/This shit is for us: Black Republicans WTF: https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2022/apr/21/herschel-walker-tim-scott-black-republican-bootstraps-racistBible Study with Atheist Mike: Imagine a Bible with no Moses and no Exodus: https://jude3project.org/blog/2021/9/24/wrongfully-dividing-the-word-of-truth-the-history-and-impact-of-the-negro-slave-bible-part-1Closing: Ashton Edwards on pointe: https://www.nytimes.com/2022/04/19/arts/dance/nonbinary-ballet-dancers-swan-lake.html
Linkin Park - Wisdom Justice and Love - Martin Luther King jr speech Black Authors Audiobooks Podcast - Black Lives Content Black History | Black Ethics | Black Power Black Authors Audiobooks Podcast Uploads Audiobooks and Lectures By The Best Black Authors In Audio Format To Download. All Authors Wrote Stories From Their REAL Life, Not Fiction. We also added Martin Luther King Speeches, Insights and Historical Background to the Podcast. Please Download and Share the Martin Luther King Speeches. X X X X please support with 2$ or 8$ per month we try to stay alive and pay for the content to remain online
Join me in my conversation with Anna Malaika Tubbs as we discuss her new book The Three Mothers, How the Mothers of Martin Luther King, Jr., Malcolm X and James Baldwin Shaped a Nation. Anna is a multidisciplinary scholar on race, gender and equity issues. She holds a BA in anthropology from Stanford University and a MS in gender studies and Ph.D. in Sociology from the University of Cambridge where she was a Bill and Melinda Gates Cambridge Scholar. This special edition podcast was recorded in conjunction with Mr. Charles Hicks and the DC Black History Celebration Committee. We are grateful for their support and participation. www.dcbhcc.org Guest Anna Malaika Tubbs Anna Malaika Tubbs is a Cambridge Ph.D. candidate in sociology and a Bill and Melinda Gates Cambridge Scholar. After graduating Phi Beta Kappa from Stanford University with a Bachelor's degree in anthropology, Anna received a Master's degree from the University of Cambridge in multidisciplinary gender studies. Outside of the academy she is an educator, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion consultant, and the First Partner of Stockton, California. She lives with her husband, Michael Tubbs, who is the mayor of Stockton, and their son, Michael Malakai. Host Michael Zeldin Michael Zeldin is a well-known and highly-regarded TV and radio analyst/commentator. He has covered many high-profile matters, including the Clinton impeachment proceedings, the Gore v. Bush court challenges, Special Counsel Robert Muller's investigation of interference in the 2016 presidential election, and the Trump impeachment proceedings. In 2019, Michael was a Resident Fellow at the Institute of Politics at the Harvard Kennedy School, where he taught a study group on Independent Investigations of Presidents. Previously, Michael was a federal prosecutor with the U.S. Department of Justice. He also served as Deputy Independent/ Independent Counsel, investigating allegations of tampering with presidential candidate Bill Clinton's passport files, and as Deputy Chief Counsel to the U.S. House of Representatives, Foreign Affairs Committee, October Surprise Task Force, investigating the handling of the American hostage situation in Iran. Michael is a prolific writer and has published Op-ed pieces for CNN.com, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, The Hill, The Washington Times, and The Washington Post. Follow Michael on Twitter: @michaelzeldin Subscribe to the Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/that-said-with-michael-zeldin/id1548483720
Pixar has released a new trailer for Lightyear, Finding Nemo: The Big Blue...and Beyond! will open this summer a Disney's Animal Kingdom, the Avengers Campus music loop is now streaming, Genius season four will focus on Martin Luther King, Jr. and Malcolm X, the premiere of The Kardashians on Hulu had big ratings, and even more guests added to Star Wars Celebration. Plus, Disneyland President Ken Potrock talks reimagining Toontown, changes to the treehouse, evolving Downtown Disney, and a Pixar-themed hotel.
What do Abraham Lincoln, Martin Luther King jr. and Will Smith have in common? They are all great performers. In this episode we talk in detail about how to get your career enhanced by speaking for pay. You will understand how to use your expertise to deliver a message to an audience that will win you repeat performances. 4:00 Becoming a professional speaker 10:00 Doctor Jarret, Dr. Drew Pinsky and other celebrity doctors do it 16:00 Get the proof you need to highlight your skills Show Sponsor, EH3 Coffee, Licensed To Live Go to https://www.doctorjarretfree.com/affirmations-ebookto get your own free 30 day affirmations book. Licensed To Live: The Conference 2022 is open for registration, get your best rates now at www.licensedtolive.com
Welcome to Sex Archie: The Riverdale Recap Podcast This episode covers Chapter 106: Angels in America by Evan Kyle; directed by Claudia Yarmy Five years ago, when this show started, we all knew this is where it was headed: a time traveler would use the holy grail to prevent Martin Luther King Jr's assassination.
Doctor Martin Luther King, Jr. brilliantly proclaimed: “We are now faced with the fact that tomorrow is today. We are confronted with the fierce urgency of now. In this unfolding conundrum of life and history, there "is" such a thing as being too late. This is no time for apathy or complacency. This is a time for vigorous and positive action.” What he knew and exemplified is simply the notion that the time for change is now. There's never the guarantee of tomorrow. There's never an opportunity more viable than the imagined one today. There's never a table more perfectly set for the future than the now. IN THIS WEEK'S EPISODE, it's time for a little check in and some deeper conversation around the notion of CHANGE. Over the last twenty years I've been fortunate to work with and coach some of the world's most incredible human beings. I've found that each of us seek significance, whether it be internally or externally. We crave an existence of meaning as opposed to non-impact, and we seek truth in times of humility. In our lives we'll be faced with multiple options for change. You have today; this exact moment, to begin the most brilliant transformation of your life. Will you honor the gift? Join me in the conversation, and if you like it, leave a comment or rating on the show. Share it on social. Pass along what resonated with you so that perhaps it might help someone else. Spread good. Be a part of the change this world is calling for right now.
This week the Black Girl Nerds podcast welcomes Rudy also known as Young Deuces of The Geekset Podcast. He's promoting a new documentary about Black Geeks and is here to share all of the details about his latest venture. Young Deuces is a student of the game in every sense of the Phrase. Born in Milwaukee, WI as a Military Brat, he saw the world at an early age from the good to the bad to the ugly. Inspired by his Father who was also an Emcee & DJ, Young Deuces started hitting stages early performing at Black History Programs & Talent shows with a song his father created called "The Dream" a dedication of the great Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. The Black Geek Documentary Go Fund Me GoFundMe - https://www.gofundme.com/f/the-black-geek-documentary?qid=7537b21b3280dd913a08a9ee81935256 You can catch the video form of this interview on our YouTube channel here: https://youtu.be/5SAIL9HG2ZQ Host: Jamie and Jeandra Music by: Sammus Edited by: Jamie Broadnax
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Deryl McKissack is the founder, chairwoman and chief executive officer of McKissack & McKissack, a national architecture, engineering, program- and construction-management firm currently working on over $15 billion in projects nationwide. Under her leadership, McKissack has worked for public and private clients in the civic, culture, energy, education, entertainment, healthcare, hospitality, housing, infrastructure, mixed-use and office sectors and grown to over 150 employees with offices in Austin, Baltimore, Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles, Miami and Washington, D.C. Deryl is a licensed engineer and the fifth generation of her family to work in design and construction. Her firm is an extension of the nation's oldest African American design and construction firm, and traces its origin to Moses McKissack, a master builder who was also a slave. Before founding her firm in 1990, Deryl earned a B.S. in civil engineering at Howard University and worked at Turner Construction and Dames & Moore to hone her experience in field work, business development and construction management. Among the many nationally significant projects in McKissack's portfolio of work today are Museum of African American History and Culture, the Lincoln and Jefferson Memorials, the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial, the Obama Presidential Center and the Navy Pier Centennial Projects in Chicago. In this episode, Deryl talks about how she first got her start in the industry by drafting at her father's architecture firm at the age of 12, her experience managing a large university facilities team by the age of 27, and what ultimately made her want to start her own business. Deryl shares the challenges she's faced throughout her career as a black woman, how she's persevered to become the successful business woman she is today, and gives some great advice for those who want to start their own businesses. Deryl also talks about her 7 point plan to combat racism in the AEC industry.
Today we release an interview with Lisa Sharon Harper, author of new book "Fortune" as well as other released works (namely "Evangelical Does Not Equal Republican or Democrat"). In her new book, Lisa uses the power of story to recount a rich, ancestral story of how race affected her family history and what she's doing to repair it.Join in for this riveting conversation.Works by Lisa Sharon Harper for your own study.https://www.amazon.com/Evangelical-Does-Equal-Republican-Democrat/dp/1595584196https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B015VACI0I/ref=dbs_a_def_rwt_bibl_vppi_i1
Why does the Black community vote overwhelmingly for Democrats? To find the answer, we speak to Candace Owens, Diamond & Silk, and the niece of MLK Jr., Alveda King. Support the show: https://redpilledamerica.com/support/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Exodus—the story of the Israelites' freedom from Egyptian slavery 3,000 years ago—is the ultimate story of freedom. And not just for Jews. But for people seeking liberation from subjugation in so many other times and places. Including here in America. From the founding fathers, to abolitionists like Harriet Tubman and Frederick Douglas, to presidents like Lincoln and leaders like Martin Luther King Jr, the themes and symbols and moral truths of the Exodus story have been at the core of how Americans seeking freedom from tyranny have seen themselves. One could argue that without the Exodus there might be no America. To make that case on the eve of Passover—and to take us on a tour of the way the Exodus has been used throughout American history—Rabbi Meir Soloveichik, who teaches at Yeshiva University and helms the oldest synagogue in the United States. You don't need to be a believer to love this episode. You just need to be concerned with how divided we have become, how we have lost a shared sense of reality, a shared sense of ethics, and shared stories from which we can draw universal meaning and inspiration. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Today I am discussing the disappearances of Christopher Dansby and Shane Walker from New York City in 1989. These incidents are so similar that putting them together just makes sense. Both were black, male, toddlers, taken from The Martin Luther King Jr. Park 3 months apart, around the same time of day, on the same day of the week. Not only that, but their families also lived in the same building of the Martin Luther King Jr. Towers just 2 floors apart from each other. And perhaps most chilling of all, both toddlers were last seen playing with the same set of children before they went missing. Christopher Dansby went missing from The Martin Luther King Jr playground in New York City on May 18th, 1989, when he was just 2 years old. He was last seen wearing a blue jacket, floral print shirt, blue jeans, and green and white sneakers. Christopher is a black male with black hair and brown eyes. He has a figure 8 scar on his thigh. He would be in his early 30's now. Shane Walker went missing from the same park on August 10th, 1989, when he was just 19 months old. He was last seen wearing a blue and white shirt, light blue pants, and white LA gear sneakers. Shane is a black male with black hair and brown eyes. He has a scar on his chin and a birthmark shaped like a liver on his shoulder. He would also be in his early 30's now. Anyone with information about the disappearance of either child is urged to contact The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children at 1800-843-5678 or the New York City Police Department at 212-694-7781. For more information about the podcast and the cases discussed, visit VoicesforJusticePodcast.com Don't forget to follow me on social media under Voices for Justice Podcast & SarahETurney Join the Patreon family to get instant access to a library of extra content, support the show, and support these cases https://www.patreon.com/VoicesforJustice Voices for Justice is a podcast that uses adult language and discusses sensitive and potentially triggering topics including violence, abuse, and murder. This podcast may not be appropriate for younger audiences. All parties are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. Some names have been changed or omitted per their request or for safety purposes. Listener discretion is advised. The introduction music used in Voices for Justice is Thread of Clouds by Blue Dot Sessions. Outro music is Melancholic Ending by Soft and Furious. The track used for ad transitions is Pinky by Blue Dot Sessions. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices