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Author and Professor Manisha Sinha's Monthly Recap and Black Historic Perspective! October is Black History Month in the U.K. And Miss Ireland is Black! Join us today at www.blackhistoryUniversity.com    
Inauguration 2021 Amen! A tribute to Stacey Abrams, President Elect Biden and Vice President Elect Kamala Harris! It's because being American is more than a pride we inherit, it’s the past we step into and how we repair it We’ve seen a force t
The  United States Capitol 1866 Blacks and Whites Celebrate the Passage of Civil Rights Amendment 1866 The Capitol: A Great America, in the Making! An 1866 illustration from Harper’s Weekly shows white women, White Union soldiers and African
Christmas, Celebrity Bible Readings, Blair Underwood
Join The Gist of Freedom as Shellie Gaines welcomes WETV’s Vice President,,Ashley McFarlin Buie! Ashley M. Buie, founder of Bird's Eye Entertainment, Inc., continues to set the entertainment world on fire. Buie has catapulted her career from Pr
The Gist of Freedom is honored to welcome Michelle Daniels! The 2020 Presidential Election is historic and Michelle explains the controversies surrounding the swing state's delayed results.  YouTube Link https://youtu.be/zdjAsom71V0    
Oblate Sisters of Providence Black Nuns at Saint Francis Academy in Baltimore. Listening now to Filmmaker Gloria Victoria Rolando Casamayor discuss her upcoming documentary about the Oblate Sisters. Gloria’s mom an Afro-Cuban attended a schoo
Oblate Sisters of Providence Black Nuns at Saint Francis Academy in Baltimore. Listening now to Filmmaker Gloria Victoria Rolando Casamayor discuss her upcoming documentary about the Oblate Sisters. Gloria’s mom an Afro-Cuban attended a schoo
Professor Manisha  Sinha Examines America's Loss: Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Landmark Civil Rights Events.
Free Afrcan Society's Black Nurses and the 1793 Philadelphia Yellow Fever Epidemic In 1793, Philadelphia was as large and as cosmopolitan a city as could be found in the new United States. Until 1800, Philadelphia served as the U.S. capitol. T
Jamaal Brown Presents A Series on Statutes and Monuments: Manna From Heaven. Tonight The Gist of Freedom along with host, Jamaal Brown  honors Slavery Survivor Warriors, Freedom Fighters Who Sacrificed their Lives at www.BlackHistoryUniversity.
The Roots of Labor Day:  May Day versus Labor Day.. Labor Day is a national holiday dedicated to American workers.In the 19th century, the industrial revolution reached its peak, and many Americans had to work 12 hours a day seven days a week.
Join Jamaal Brown of the Gist of Freedom as he lectures on Protesters In the Pulpit.  The late Rev. Jacob S. Blake, grandfather of Jacob Blake pastored Ebenezer African Methodist Episcopal Church successfully led his community during the Civil
Monuments: Dedicated to Abolitionists Athletes
Jamaal Brown's series on Statutes and Monuments continues as we cross reference modern day activism and abolitionists of the past with today’s professional athletes who are currently boycotting America’s countless and senseless cop shootings of
Join host Jamaal Brown, as he continues his series on Statutes and Monuments.  Jamaal features voting rights icons, Fannie Lou Hamer, Ocavious Cato, Sojourner Truth, Amelia Boynton Robinson, Sojourner Truth and Coretta Scott King. He also recog
Jamaal Brown Presents A Series: Statutes and Monuments: Manna From Heaven!
Tonight, historian Jamaal Brown will be discussing Cleopatra's Needle, a monument that once stood in front of a powerful Egyptian temple, which now stands in New York's Central Park. Discover, What is it, Where it Came From, Who Created It, and
Alexander Hamilton"s Ethnicity and Abolitionism has been scrutinized since the Hit Broadway Play. We share these clips from 2004, July 12th a Discussion at the 200th Memorial of Hamilton's duel. Author Ron Chernow was asked to address Hamilton'
Alexander Hamilton"s Ethnicity and Abolitionism has been scrutinized since the Hit Broadway Play. We share these clips from 2004, July 12th a Discussion at the 200th Memorial of Hamilton's duel. Author Ron Chernow was asked to address Hamilton'
Alexander Hamilton"s Ethnicity and Abolitionism has been scrutinized since the Hit Broadway Play. We share these clips from 2004, July 12th a Discussion at the 200th Memorial of Hamilton's duel. Author Ron Chernow was asked to address Hamilton'
Alexander Hamilton"s Ethnicity and Abolitionism have been scrutinized since the Hit Broadway Play. We share these clips from 2004, July 12th a Discussion at the 200th Memorial of Hamilton's duel. Author Ron Chernow was asked to address Hamilton
Reparations for Slaveholders - Victims of The Emancipation Proclamation, Slave Revolts, Fraud  ~Emancipation Act, 1862, Paid Slavers in DC $300 per person The Race and Slavery Petitions Project offers data on race and slavery extracted from d
Reparations for Slaveholders - Victims of The Emancipation Proclamation, Slave Revolts, Fraud  The District of Columbia Emancipation Act, 1862, paid Slavers in DC $300 for each person they  emancipated. The Race & Slavery Petitions Project ~T
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