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April 15, 2021 Guests

a peter bailey

Peter Bailey

david oggi ogburn

David “Oggi” Ogburn

janet sims wood

Dr. Janet Sims-Wood

Current Show: Peter Bailey, David “Oggi” Ogburn, and Dr. Janet Sims-Wood

Thu, Apr 15, 8p

Port Of Harlem Talk Radio interviews three people, writer Peter Bailey, photographer David “Oggi” Ogburn, and oral historian Dr. Janet Sims-Wood, each whom have impacted Port Of Harlem magazine. We talk about three people they had gotten to know and how those three people impacted them, Malcolm X, Chancellor James Williams, and Dovey Johnson Roundtree, respectively. Also, read the related story, “Each One, Teach One: Life’s Impactors,” at Port Of Harlem.net

2021 Episode 8

April 1, 2021 Guests

ida jones

Dr. Ida Jones

mt nebo AME church

Morgan State University Archivist Dr. Ida Jones and Mount Nebo's Michael Gaddy chat about the historic structure and cemetery.

Current Show: Dr. Ida Jones and Friends of Historic Mount Nebo Preservation Corporation Glenda West, Jan Hagey, and Michael Gaddy

Thu, Apr 1, 8p

Listen and join in a conversation about historic Mount Nebo African Methodist Episcopal (AME) Church's efforts to preserve the historic cemetery, restore the historic church, and offer educational programming. See Black Lives Matter in Death, Too – Mt Nebo AME Preserves Historic Cemetery.

2021 Episode 7

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Mar 18, 2021 Guests

bernadette champion

Bernadette Champion

franklyn monroe

Franklyn Malone

Current Show: Bernadette Champion and Franklyn Malone

Thu, Mar 18, 8p

Travel Specialist Bernadette Champion of Champion Services Travel. Leisure travel is expected to return first, with consumers optimistic about the distribution of vaccines and with that an ability to travel. "People are anxious to travel," says Champion. She will join publisher Wayne Young in an informative talk.

Thu, Mar 18, 8:45p

Franklyn Malone, Founder & CEO of 100 Fathers talks about the group's Reactionary Masculinity Syndrome workshop. The workshop is based upon the five Black on Black Crime reversal steps outlined in Dr. Amos Wilson’s “Black-On-Black Violence: The Psychodynamics of Black Self-Annihilation in Service of White Domination.”

2021 Episode 6

Mar 04, 2021 Guests

cr gibbs

CR Gibbs

Black Memorabilia

Lindsay Johnson of the National Black Memorabilia, Fine Art, and Craft Show

Current Show: CR Gibbs and Lindsey Johnson

Thu, Mar 04, 8:00p

Historian CR Gibbs talks about the adventures of Abubakari II and Mansa Musa plus share how he conducted his research, the sources, and the history of those sources.

Thu, Mar 04 , 8:45p

Lindsay Johnson of the National Black Memorabilia, Fine Art, and Craft Show talks about rescheduling the event to October 16 and 17, 2021 after a forced cancellation of the 2020 show due to the pandemic.

2021 Episode 5

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Feb 18, 2021 Guests

george tolbert

George Tolbert

ida jones

Dr. Ida Jones

George Tolbert and Dr. Ida Jones

Thu, Feb 18, 8:00p

George Tolbert, former and first official Black United States Senate photographer. Tolbert is also Vice-President of the
Exposure Group  African American Photographers Association. Online now is an exhibit of photographs from his group and the FotoCraft Camara Club. The exhibit is called “Washington DC: City of Interest, City of Change.” on the DC Public Library website.

Thu, Feb 18, 8:30p

University Archivist at Morgan State University Dr. Ida Jones and author of “Baltimore Civil Rights Leader Victorine Q. Adams.” Jones is also a life member of the Association for the Study of African American Life and History (ASALH) and a member of the Bethel Dukes Branch of ASLAH. We center our talk on the 2021 Black History Theme: The Black Family: Representation, Identity, And Diversity.

2021 Episode 4

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