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United Nation goes after Sunette for White Privilege - White Guilt

United Nation goes after Sunette for White Privilege – White Guilt

Monday March 16, 2015 at 10:00am PST..  call-in at (347) 826-7353 White privilege (or white skin privilege) is a term for societal privileges that benefit white people in western countries beyond what is commonly experienced by the non-white people under the same social, political, or economic circumstances. “Privilege exists when one group has something of […]

Harriet Tubman and Quakers = Underground Railroad

Harriet Tubman and Quakers = Underground Railroad

Tonight at Feb 19 at 5:00PM, PST call-in (347) 826-7353 Tubman’s organizing ability was key to her success — she had to work with supporters on the clandestine Underground Railroad, as well as get messages to the slaves, since she met them away from their plantations to avoid detection. They usually left on a Saturday […]

Our History

Our History

Today we will make Rev. Martin Luther king Dream come true. Uniting as one, not by color but, by content of your character.  Starting with the greatest speech of all “I have dream” making it personally from us to you… John Newton…a slave ship owner gave us a great black spiritual called Amazing Grace in […]

Martin Luther King and Political Correctness (and a boy living in “Hillbilly Heights”)

Martin Luther King and Political Correctness (and a boy living in “Hillbilly Heights”)

I was just a white kid at the time born in 1950 living on the Southeast side of Baltimore Maryland. The place was a project (actually old WWII military housing) called O’Donnell Heights. Most folks knew the place as Hillbilly Heights” as most living there were from somewhere south of the state. To this day […]

Who was Crispus Attucks?

Who was Crispus Attucks?

Who was Crispus Attucks? Tonight Feb 4 at 5:00PM PST join us and call-in at (347) 826-7353 Attucks’ occupation made him particularly vulnerable to the presence of the British. As a seaman, he felt the ever-present danger of impressment into the British navy. As a laborer, he felt the competition from British troops, who often […]

My name is 82304 – How one Serbian woman, Auschwitz inmate Verica Jankovic faced the infamous Dr Mengele

My name is 82304 – How one Serbian woman, Auschwitz inmate Verica Jankovic faced the infamous Dr Mengele

How one Serbian woman, an Auschwitz inmate Verica Jankovic was arrested by Nazi soldiers, taken to Auschwitz, came across the infamous Dr. Josef Mengele. And survived. ‘I was a teenager when  I became aware of the fact that my own mother was a prisoner of the most monstrous Nazi concentration camp during World War II […]

James Wormley Jones

James Wormley Jones

James Wormley Jones, the first African American special agent for the Federal Bureau of Investigations, died. Jones was born September 22, 1884 in Fort Monroe, Virginia but raised in Cambridge, Massachusetts. He earned his bachelor’s degree from Virginia Union University. He began work with the Washington Metropolitan Police Department in 1905 and was eventually promoted […]

Eleanor of Aquitaine

Eleanor of Aquitaine

Eleanor of Aquitaine was one of the most powerful and fascinating personalities of feudal Europe. At age 15 she married Louis VII, King of France, bringing into the union her vast possessions from the River Loire to the Pyrenees. Only a few years later, at age 19, she knelt in the cathedral of Vézelay before […]

Lepa Svetozara Radić (1925–1943)

Lepa Svetozara Radić (1925–1943)

Lepa Svetozara Radić (1925–1943) was a Serbian girl who was executed after torture at the age of 17 for shooting at occupying German soldiers during WW2. As her captors tied the noose around her neck, they offered her a way out of the gallows by revealing her comrades and leaders identities. She responded that she […]

Theodora Ann “Tidye” Pickett

Theodora Ann “Tidye” Pickett

The first African American woman to compete for the United States in the Olympic Games, died. Pickett was born November 3, 1914 in Chicago, Illinois. She was educated at Illinois State University. Pickett qualified for the U. S. team scheduled to compete at the 1932 Los Angeles Olympic Games but was replaced at the last […]

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