Black History Mini Docs Podcast

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Continuing in our holiday celebration of the Queens and Kings of Comedy featuring Richard Pryor, Redd Foxx and Flip Wilson who all have birthdays in December, BHMD podcast is delighted to announce this upcoming episode. Comedian/actor Kevin Kevin and his special comedy guest, Mark Overton and Craig “Fig” Figueiredo will discuss the significance of history's great black comedians and their contributions to paving the way for the successes of today's popular comedy stars. Watch the show live on Facebook or on our website at blackhistoryminidocs.com . Also available on bus route and wherever you get your podcast.
Neema Barnette presents BHMD Podcast hosted by Whole Body Literacy & Education (WHBLE) founder, Ah-Keisha McCants. Her guest is Alisha B. Wormsley, an interdisciplinary artist and cultural producer based in Pittsburgh PA.Her work is about collective memory and the synchronicity of time, specifically through the stories of women of color. She states her work is "the future, and the past, and the present, simultaneously. Wormsley has an MFA in Film and Video from Bard College and was awarded the Postdoctoral Research fellowship in art at Carnegie Mellon University.
Neema Barnette presents BHMD Podcast features contributing writer for its Music Mondays post series, Greg Mickens as host of this episode. Greg's special guest is musician, singer, and songwriter Bruce Mack. Bruce Mack, aka B-Mack is a Be-bop style vocalist that incorporates vocal improvisation into funk and other forms of music. Bruce is also the band leader and vocal arranger for legendary filmmaker Melvin Van Peebles’ band "Laxative".
Neema Barnette presents BHMD Podcast premieres a new episode hosted by Whole Body Literacy & Education (WHBLE) founder, Ah-Keisha McCants. Her guest is Spirit Tawfiq, founder of Roots of the Spirit, an organization created to uproot racism through Storytelling, Education and the Arts. Spirit is also daughter of Minnijean Brown-Trickey, one of the Little Rock Nine. Join us as she shares her story of learning about her mother’s legacy, her own experiences with racism as a child growing up in Canada, and the power in reclaiming Black history and the stories of resistance often left out of textbooks.The Little Rock Nine desegregated their school following the passing of Brown vs Board of Education in 1957. Brown-Trickey, a member of the Little Rock Nine, a group of nine Black teenagers who integrated Little Rock Central High School followed the Brown v. Board of Education decision which required public schools to be desegregated in 1957. This episode marks the 63rd anniversary of that event.Listen on BuzzSprout, TuneIn Radio, Apple Podcast, iHeartRadio, Spotify and where ever you get your podcast watch the video version exclusively on our Facebook page and our BHMD website at: blackhistoryminidocs.com
Neema Barnette presents BHMD Podcast hosted by Whole Body Literacy & Education (WHBLE) founder, Ah-Keisha McCants. Her guest will be Director and Executive Producer, Oji Singletary. Son of famed television director, Tony Singletary, Oji has forged his own path in the industry, with an impressive 15 year career as a director and producer of shows like, "The Braxton Family Values" and the documentary, 'Misguided Altruism." Oji's new special, "They Call Me Dad" premieres on OWN on Tuesday, September 15th at 9pm.
Neema Barnette presents BHMD Podcast premieres a new episode hosted by Whole Body Literacy & Education (WHBLE) founder, Ah-Keisha McCants.Her guests will be Dr. Kelli Morgan is a curator, author, educator, and activist who specializes in critical-race curatorial analyses. She’s held curatorial positions at the Birmingham Museum of Art, the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, and the Indianapolis Museum of Art at Newfields.This conversation will premiere Saturday August 22, 2020 at 8:00pm EST on BuzzSprout, TuneIn Radio, Apple Podcast, iHeartRadio, Spotify, where ever you get Europe podcast with the video version exclusively on BHMD’s website at blackhistoryminidocs.com
In this episode of BHMD Podcast, Ah-Keisha McCants, founder of WHBLE, talks with Hisham Tawfiq, star of NBC’s hit show “The Blacklist”. Tawfiq talks about his powerful journey as a Harlem-born, Black, Muslim, who served as a Marine in Desert Storm, and as a 20-year New York City Firefighter during 9/11, all while pursuing his career as an actor. He also shares some of his wisdom about Black history, and self-love.
In this second episode of a two parter hosted by Whole Body Literacy & Education (WHBLE) founder, Ah-Keisha McCants continues her conversation with guests Nia Evans, Director of the Boston Ujima Project and Cierra Michele Peters, their Director of Communications. The Ujima Project is a cooperative business, arts and investment ecosystem, including a democratically governed investment fund based in Boston, MA. Featured in Inside Philanthropy and Forbes for their revolutionary approach to business investment meets community growth, The Ujima Project is a cooperative business, arts and investment ecosystem, including a democratically governed investment fund. 
In this first of a two-parter hosted by Whole Body Literacy & Education (WHBLE) founder, Ah-Keisha McCants welcomes Nia Evans, Director of the Boston Ujima Project and Cierra Michele Peters, their Director of Communications. The Ujima Project is a cooperative business, arts and investment ecosystem, including a democratically governed investment fund based in Boston, MA. Featured in Inside Philanthropy and Forbes for their revolutionary approach to business investment meets community growth, The Ujima Project is a cooperative business, arts and investment ecosystem, including a democratically governed investment fund. 
Whole Body Literacy & Education (WHBLE) founder, writer, Ah-Keisha McCants, guest hosts this conversation with Erika L. Ewing, CEO, Founder and Creative at Got To Stop, LLC. Got To Stop is a social impact consulting company and fashion lifestyle brand that uses the arts, advocacy, and education to raise awareness about injustice.In this History Made episode, Erika speaks about the monumental Black Lives Matter Mural Event happening in Harlem beginning Wednesday, July 2nd, through Saturday, July 4th, Got To Stop, LLC will join a number of outstanding community organizations in Harlem to line Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard with the words, Black Lives Matter.
Neema Barnette presents Black History Mini Docs Podcast. Actor, Filmmaker, Former Miss Black America and Co-Founder of Light the Path Home, a Juneteenth Candlelight Commemoration Event, Amina Fakir host the premiere episode. Her guest will be Ellen Dunbar, Co-Founder of Light the Path Home, a Juneteenth Candlelight Commemoration Event. Shahida Mauisi, President and CEO of The Right Productions which manages and operates the Aretha Franklin Outdoor Amphitheater on the Riverfront in Detroit and former Vice President of the Board of Directors for the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History in Detroit. Kofi Tonto, Head of Information and Public Affairs to the Ghanaian Embassy to the United States in Washington D.C.
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Podcast Details

Created by
Reed R. McCants
Podcast Status
Potentially Inactive
Started
Jun 19th, 2020
Latest Episode
Dec 19th, 2020
Release Period
2 per month
Episodes
11
Avg. Episode Length
34 minutes
Explicit
No
Order
Episodic
Language
English

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