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"african american newspaper" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

Encyclopedia Womannica

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"african american newspaper" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

"Today's local legend was a trailblazing civil rights activist journalist newspaper editor and attorney in early twentieth century oregon. After moving to portland as a young adult. She spent decades working to defend advocate for and empower the black community in her adopted city and state. let's talk about beatrice. Moro kennedy beatrice morrow was born in eighteen. Eighty nine in texas. Not much is known about her family or early life but the little we do know suggests that she was a very bright and ambitious held beatrice went to school near austin and then attended wiley college in marshall texas she graduated in nineteen oh eight and subsequently spent a short time working as a teacher in oklahoma and louisiana. She soon left her fledgling teaching career behind. After gaining admission to the prestigious university of chicago to study music in nineteen twelve. Beatrice moved once again. This time to portland oregon in order to marry and live with edward kennedy a civil rights activist newspaper editor and hotel worker. Soon after her marriage beatrice began working at the weekly newspaper. Her husband co founded and edited. The advocate was the largest african american newspaper in the state of oregon with the circulation of about three thousand beatrice clearly a vital addition to the paper. She held nearly every job including associate editor business. Manager lie no type editor op. Ed writer and journalist. She continued her work at the advocate. For twenty four years eventually taking over as owner and editor in nineteen thirty working for the paper made beatrice central figure in portland small but vibrant black community. It also made her especially aware of the racism and discrimination or community faced on a regular basis for beatrice. This awareness became a catalyst for activism in nineteen fourteen. She helped found the portland. Chapter of the nwa c. p. the next year beatrice emerged as the black communities most powerful voice in organized protests against the highly racist film birth of a nation this very popular film indulged in the most egregious racist tropes and played a major role in glorifying and galvanizing the reemergence of the ku klux klan the film was so pervasive that beatrice and other community leaders would continue their campaign to limit showings of the incendiary film for fifteen years. Beatrice expanded her activism and advocacy into as many realms of persuasion as she could. She used her position at the advocate to write scathing columns about the racism and discrimination black. People faced oregon. Her focus was on the everyday discrimination experienced a theaters restaurants hotels employment across the state. She also kept black readers closely. Informed of local ku klux klan activity at the same time beatrice started giving lectures writing articles and even going on the radio to promote and discuss her own vision of racial harmony and equity to this end hosted regular interracial tea parties in her portland home often with over two hundred guests to try and bring different parts of the larger community together. Beatrice believed that. It was vital to popularize african american history and culture particularly as written by black historians and authors. She spoke to its importance for the enrichment of the black community and for the realization of her vision of racial equity and understanding beatrice built a collection of over three hundred volumes of african american history and literature and a complete catalogue of publications from civil rights organizations. She made her collection available to the portland community. It was so popular that beatrice eventually turned her living room into a lending library and reading room. In order to expand her activism even further beatrice decided that she needed to fully understand law in nineteen twenty two. She became the first black woman attorney. Practicing in oregon she graduated from portland's northwestern school of law beatrice used her new status to lobby for the passage of basic civil rights. Legislation in oregon. Unfortunately she was unsuccessful. She then began advocating for the repeal of a provision in the eighteen fifty seven oregon constitution that forbids black people people of mixed race and people have chinese heritage from voting in the state this time beatrice was successful in nineteen. Twenty six oregon. Voters agreed to repeal the provisions in nineteen twenty nine beatrice efforts were recognized nationally when she was nominated for the harmon award and race relations given by the harmon foundation. In new york city over the years beatrice activism extended beyond issues of race relations. She was a member of the oregon prison association and an advocate for prison reform. She was an advocate for orphans and armenia and syria as a member of oregon's near east relief organization and she took part in anti war anti-militarism activism as a member of the oregon committee on the case and cure of war in nineteen twenty seven beatrice was chosen to represent oregon at the pan african congress in new york city. Five years later she became the first african american to run for elected. Office in oregon. Though she lost the primary for an oregon house seat she received more votes than expected in nineteen thirty eight beatrice moved to los angeles and out of the public eye. She lived there until her death on august. Nineteenth nineteen seventy four all month. Were talking about local legends for more on. Why we're doing what we're doing. Check out our newsletter. 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"african american newspaper" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:50 min | 6 months ago

"african american newspaper" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Reconstruction, the trampling of basic freedoms. The unbridled the exploitation gleefully executed lynchings to spur the historic exodus of the incompletely emancipated north. I rang you. About six million African Americans departed the caste system of the Jim Crow south from the time of World War one until the 19 seventies. Isabel Wilkerson is the author of the Warmth of other Suns. The epic story of America's great migration. Only Americans has had to actually leave the land of their birth for another part of their own country, just to be recognized as a citizens to which they have been born. And it changed. Every single city in the north and Midwestern was changed our culture. It changed the music that we listen to. It changed literature and changed politics. When the great migration began, 90% of African Americans lived in the south when it was over, more than half were living elsewhere. In 1916 the Chicago defender, an African American newspaper, beckoned their quote Southern brothers to come. North quote. Better 1000 times to run chances of being nipped by the fingers of Jack Frost to shake off this mortal coil at the end of a lynchers rope. The White perspective was displayed in the 1918 headline in The Chicago Tribune Quote, fearing Negro Invasion Crowd attacks House That.

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"african american newspaper" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:44 min | 6 months ago

"african american newspaper" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Exploitation gleefully executed lynchings to spur the historic exodus of the incompletely emancipated. Our spring, you six million African Americans departed the caste system of the Jim Crow South. From the time of World War until the 19 seventies. Isabel Wilkerson is the author of the Warmth of other Suns. The epic story of America's great migration. The only Americans has had to actually leave the land of their birth for another part of their own country, just to be recognized as citizens to which they have been born. And it changed. Every single city in the north and Midwestern weather changed our culture. It changed the music that we listen to. It changed literature, It changed politics. When the great migration began, 90% of African Americans lived in the south when it was over more than half Living elsewhere in 1916 the Chicago defender in African American newspaper beckoned their quote Southern brothers to come to North quote. Better 1000 times to run chances of being nipped by the fingers of Jack Frost to shake off this mortal coil at the end of a lynch your throat. The White perspective was displayed in the 1918 headline in The Chicago Tribune Quote, fearing Negro Invasion Crowd attacks.

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"african american newspaper" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:05 min | 8 months ago

"african american newspaper" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Role that police have played in that Moore says he was horrified when he saw the video Floyd's death and looks forward to justice mainstream media not doing too bad of a job in covering the protests we have more coming up after traffic at six oh five traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the five spry Douglas we have a March Sunset Boulevard they are marching east on the read about Gower right now all eyes so it's pretty sizeable Sunset Boulevard is out of commission again through Hollywood avoid that head down to Santa Monica looks like that's working for you not not that not too many delays either side to move nicely over towards the one one thought downtown a place with a void if you don't wanna be near the protests are read Scott in the southern California Toyota dealer Scot free yeah huge protest for the valley city hall at the hall of justice here Spring Street basically kind of closed throughout the entire section of downtown I saw somebody's protesters actually I take off for the the big protests at south dot spring if there's other people are still going up spring heading to the protests self support that all together also the closure of temple between Broadway obeyed all those ramp closures along the water went through downtown with the checkout but it doesn't the Santa Ana canyon the dreaded eastbound side of the ninety one not as bad as it was an hour or so ago still definitely sacrificing some time after before we're canyon as you get through the a two forty one and we actually have a stall and we're candy and you know what actually she's at this moment they're blocking all lanes to try to get that out of the way so really want to be using the Palme chips and candy rejoin the eight ninety one now it's gonna save you a lot of time for ten east bound this is going into the Ontario area before you get to you clearly have a crash just clear a little slow back to Indian hill that sixty roadwork continues to Ontario you gonna be on those brake lights from the balcony rolled making away over through the fifteen freeway next for conjoined six fifteen of Brian Douglas more traffic ports more often can extend seventy newsradio Hyundai today hottest day of the week we called out tomorrow but still warm and then more for Friday a larger drop for Friday five day forecast six fifteen seventy eights in downtown LA eighty in Long Beach Fullerton eighty eight degrees it's six oh seven the head of LA's leading African American newspaper says he thinks police officers and sheriff's deputies are doing a good job showing.

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"african american newspaper" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

02:31 min | 8 months ago

"african american newspaper" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Twenty let's check today's top headlines from the brewer airport Tory to newsdesk years rose Ryan Douglas he Dan president trump has responded to the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis a citizen's rights group is expect is expecting problems with the state's primary election next week Jodie Steele will have more on that and we'll have a look at code nineteen numbers in the county and state today all coming up at six thirty on KDKA radio this is a Bloomberg money minute investors turn nervous late in the day a racing what had been a solid advance president trump said he'll hold a news conference tomorrow to discuss China raising fears of new tensions the Dow Jones industrial average tumbled one hundred forty eight the S. and P. dropped six the nasdaq slid forty three Costco says extra costs for wages and cleaning dented its quarterly bottom line even as pandemic stockpiling boosted sales earnings fell from a year ago falling short of forecasts with its story shot by coronavirus lockdowns Nordstrom says first quarter sales fell forty percent it swung to a loss from a year ago profit but says it has enough cash to get through the pandemic can express is bracing for more pandemic losses it's setting aside more to cover bad loans and reassigning hundreds of sales people to collections work amex has about five hundred thousand consumers enrolled in various relief programs Larry coffee Bloomberg radio this is a time capsule now the CEO and president of the Heinz history center and teammates sick and abolitionist newspaper editor Dr and military officer Martin Delaney proved to be one of the nation's most influential African American leaders during the nineteenth century born on may sixth eighteen twelve in Charles town Virginia now West Virginia the lady moved to Pittsburgh at age nineteen and studied medicine writing and other subjects true private tutors and all African American schools a free black man in Pittsburgh to Laney became an outspoken voice against slavery and oppression in eighteen forty three Delaney published the mystery the first African American newspaper published west of the Allegheny the publication so impressed famed abolitionist Frederick Douglass that he made the Lanier co editor of his newspaper the north star in eighteen forty seven Delaney left the north star in eighteen forty nine to enroll at Harvard Medical.

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"african american newspaper" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"african american newspaper" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Fund hosting its annual poll down for warmth fundraiser in market square later this week we'll have more at six thirty on KDKA radio this is a time capsule the CEO and president of the Heinz history center anti may say abolitionist newspaper editor doctor and military officer Martin Delaney proved to be one of the nation's most influential African American leaders during the nineteenth century born on may sixth eighteen twelve in Charlestown Virginia now West Virginia the lady moved to Pittsburgh at age nineteen and studied medicine writing and other subjects through private tutors and all African American schools a free black man in Pittsburgh to Laney became an outspoken voice against slavery and oppression in eighteen forty three Delaney published the mystery the first African American newspaper published west of the Alleghenies the publication so impressed famed abolitionist Frederick Douglass he made the Lanier co editor of his newspaper the north star in eighteen forty seven Elaine he left the north star in eighteen forty nine to enroll at Harvard Medical School where he was one of just three black students before racism forced him from the school and to question whether African Americans could ever be considered equal in the U. S. so we traveled to Africa in Great Britain to negotiate the possibilities of forming a homeland for African Americans when the civil war began Delaney return to the U. S. and began to actively recruit African Americans to join the United States colored troops who fought for the Union Army in eighteen sixty five president Abraham Lincoln appointed Delaney the first African American major the highest rank of any black soldiers during the civil war following the war Delaney worked tirelessly for just reconstruction efforts and was an outspoken civil rights advocate until his death in eighteen seventy five at the age of seventy two blues of family festival.

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"african american newspaper" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"african american newspaper" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Six twenty three KDKA radio from the brewer airport tell you the news desk here's Melinda rotor major water main break on the south side now several neighborhoods are under a boil water advisory two police officers are among those killed during a shoot out in Hawaii and a successful test launch for a SpaceX capsule launched over the weekend those stories and more at six a six thirty on KDKA radio this is a time capsule the CEO and president of the Heinz history center anti may say abolitionist newspaper editor doctor and military officer Martin Delaney proved to be one of the nation's most influential African American leaders during the nineteenth century born on may sixth eighteen twelve in Charlestown Virginia now West Virginia the lady moved to Pittsburgh at age nineteen and studied medicine writing and other subjects through private tutors and all African American schools a free black man in Pittsburgh to Laney became an outspoken voice against slavery and oppression in eighteen forty three telling you published the mystery the first African American newspaper published west of the Alleghenies the publication so impressed famed abolitionist Frederick Douglass he made the Lanier co editor of his newspaper the north star in eighteen forty seven the lady left the north star in eighteen forty nine to enroll at Harvard Medical School where he was one of just three black students before racism forced him from the school enter question whether African Americans could ever be considered equal in the U. S. so we traveled to Africa and Great Britain to negotiate the possibilities of forming a homeland for African Americans when the civil war began Delaney return to the U. S. and began to actively recruit African Americans.

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"african american newspaper" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"african american newspaper" Discussed on KQED Radio

"To spur the historic exodus of the incompletely emancipated north. Six million African Americans departed, the caste system of the Jim crow south from the time of World War, One until the nineteen seventies Isabel Wilkerson is the author of the warmth of other sides. The epic story of America's great migration only Americans, who's had to actually leave the land of their birth for another part of their own country, just to be recognized as citizens to which they have been born. And it changed every single city in the north western was changed, our culture, it changed the music that we listen to a change literature changed politics. When the great migration began ninety percent of African Americans lived in the south when it was over more than half living. Elsewhere. In nineteen sixteen Chicago defender, and African American newspaper that can they're quote, southern brothers to come north quote better of thousand times, to run chances of being nipped by the fingers of Jack frost, the to shake off this mortal coil at the end of Lynch's rope. The white perspective was displayed in one thousand nine hundred nine headline and the Chicago Tribune, quote fearing negro invasion, crowd attacks house.

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"african american newspaper" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"african american newspaper" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Week construction, the trampling of basic freedoms, the unbridled exploitation, the gleefully executed, lynchings to spur the historic exodus of the incompletely emancipated north. Six million African Americans departed, the caste system of Jim crow south from the time of World War, One until the nineteen seventies Isabel Wilkerson is the author of the warmth of other sides. The epic story if America's great migration, only Americans has had to actually leave the land of their birth for another part of their own country, just to be recognized citizens to which they have been born. And it changed every single city in the north and west wasn't changed our culture. It changed the music that we listen to changed literature changed politics. When the great migration began nine percent of African Americans lived in the south when it was over more than half living sweater. In nineteen sixteen Chicago defender in African American newspaper that can they're quote southern brothers to come north better of time to run chances of being nipped by the fingers of Jack frost. The tissue shake off this mortal coil at the end of Lynch's rope. The white perspective was displayed in nineteen eighteen headline in the Chicago Tribune, quote fearing negro invasion, crowd attacks house.

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"african american newspaper" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"african american newspaper" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Week construction, the trampling of basic freedoms, the unbridled exploitation, the gleefully executed, lynchings to spur the historic exodus of the incompletely emancipated, the north. Me. Six million African Americans departed, the caste system of Jim crow south from the time of World War, One until the nineteen seventies Isabel Wilkerson is the author of the warmth of other sites. The epic story if America's great micro only Americans has had to actually leave the land of their birth for another part of their own country, just to be recognized that the citizens to which they have been born. And it chained every single city in the north amid western weather changed, our culture it changed the music. We listen to change literature changed politics. When the great migration began. Percent of African Americans lived than south when it was over more than half living. Elsewhere. In nineteen sixteen Chicago defender, African American newspaper, beckoned, they're quote, southern brothers to come north quota better of times to run chances of being by the fingers of Jack frost, the to shake off this mortal coil at the end of Lynch's rope. The white perspective was displayed in a nineteen eighteen headline in the Chicago Tribune, quote fearing negro invasion, crowd attacks.

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"african american newspaper" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"african american newspaper" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Week construction, the trampling of basic freedoms, the unbridled exploitation, the gleefully executed, lynchings to spur the historic exodus of the incompletely emancipated, the north. Six million African Americans departed, the caste system of the Jim crow south from the time. We'll war one until the nineteen seventies Isabel Wilkerson is the author of the warmth of other sides. The epic story if America's great migration, only Americans has had to actually leave the land of their birth for another part of their own country, just to be recognized as citizens to wish they have been born. And it changed every single city in the north amid west weather changed, our culture, it changed the music that we listen to change literature changed politics. When the great migration began ninety percent of African Americans. Leave says, when it was over more than half, reliving elsewhere. In nineteen sixteen Chicago defender in African American newspaper beckoned, they're quote, southern brothers to come north better of times to run chances of being nipped by the fingers of Jack frost, the to shake off this mortal coil at the end of Lynch's rope. The white perspective was displayed in a nineteen eighteen headline in the Chicago Tribune, quote fearing negro invasion, crowd attacks.

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"african american newspaper" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"african american newspaper" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Charleston in one thousand nine hundred seven the Pittsburgh courier covered. The civil rights movement throughout the twentieth century as one of the country's most influential African American newspapers on February seventh nineteen forty two two months after the us entered World War Two the courier initiated the double the campaign which stood for victory over discrimination at home and victory abroad over the axis powers. The campaign pushed for full citizenship rights for African Americans who are risking their lives for their country overseas. More than a million African Americans served in US forces during World War Two. But when they returned from war many face discrimination from the country, they helped defend through the power of the press. The Pittsburgh courier is double the campaign urged readers to help bring victory abroad by buying war bonds and participating in civilian defense at home the camp. Demanded eliminate the ban which prevents loyal and patriotic negro Americans from full participation in the defence industries of the country. The double v campaign saw some success attracting supporters readers than national attention. But by October nineteen forty three the campaign ended without any legislative changes that double the campaign had succeeded in providing voice for those fighting against discrimination at home and in nineteen forty eight three years after the war ended president Truman signed executive order ninety nine eighty one which led to integrating the US armed forces today. The Pittsburgh courier continues to serve as a vehicle for African American expression. Fight publishing an award winning local edition every Wednesday..

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"african american newspaper" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"african american newspaper" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Sports desk. Sports director, Jeff Jeff mardi only two teams to manage shelves scored more goals than San Jose and the sharks are here at seven Jared MacKenzie. Deep t test you I feel their team that was in the Stanley Cup final. Nice long. I feel like we. A tough task for us. But I feel it depends. Have won four of five. Jack johnson. I think our overall team. Defenses a five-man yet. We're all out. There has been better. Casey to Smith in net. Eight points thirty eight games with the kings and pans Carl Haglund now Washington capital LA traded Haglund for a third and sixth round pick blast. Former pirate free agent signed Josh Harrison joins Georgia Mercer in Detroit as manager. Pled hurdle told us happy he's in a camp and get an opportunity to play for sure. Excited to be together. That Eric Hagman continues. Our coverage from Bradenton hers to spring training game saw on the fan this weekend. Good basketball off until Wednesday as it could be the final two games at the rec center. Robert Morris hotel, your Brooklyn tonight at seven and Saint Francis Brooklyn on Saturday, we have a couple of Pitt all time greats part of this year's whip. You'll hall of fame class gold medalist sprinter. John Woodruff and ABA NBA all star Billy night to from Penn. State linebacker, Sean Lee and Paul pas lessening. Join Charlie batch, Bruce gronkowski, Sean, Lee, and coaches, Jim rendering guy Monte Calvo, orange head coach Jim boeheim hit and killed a man on interstate six seventy and Syracuse last night man was part of a car crash was on the highway and was struck by behind is he attempted to avoid the Redcar. Seventy four year old behind says, he's heartbroken and is fully cooperating with police. Jeff Hathor NewsRadio ten twenty. Katie K sports. February is black history month. Martin Delany was a Pittsburgh journalist, a doctor and an activist. As a young man, he walked one hundred sixty miles from his home in chambers. Berg to attend school in Pittsburgh as well as apprentice with abolitionist doctors, and while in Pittsburgh, he founded the mystery the first African American newspaper published west of the Allegheny mountains in addition to his influence in journalism. He was also one of the first three African American men admitted to Harvard Medical college. And he was the highest ranking African American officer into civil war history month, presented by housing authority of the city of Pittsburgh housing authority of the city of.

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"african american newspaper" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"african american newspaper" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Month. Martin Delany was a Pittsburgh journalist a doctor and an activist as a young man, he walked one hundred sixty miles from his home in chambers. Berg to attend school in Pittsburgh as well as apprentice with abolitionist doctors, and while in Pittsburgh, he founded the mystery the first African American newspaper published west of the Allegheny mountains in addition to his influence in journalism. He was also one of the first three Africa. American men admitted to Harvard Medical college. And he was the highest ranking African American officer into civil war black history month, presented by Pittsburgh. Life. Pittsburgh is committed to surrounding your loved ones at the medical social daily living support they need in order to thrive in the community. Visit life Pittsburgh dot org. That's life, Pittsburgh dot work life. Pittsburgh living independence for the elderly. From the wider wellness sports desk. Here's the sports director, Jeff. Antonio Brown's lawyer said today that the media is trying to tarnish his client's name after report from TMZ Davey was in a domestic dispute in Florida last month. No charges filed after a police investigation. New pens forward. Jaren McCann said he will arrive well before pace off tonight. Unlike his home debut, Friday Carolina, seven McCain said of the last few days hidden, pretty crazy. But you know, today's been a little bit slower, which is nice. Trying to just trying to be more and more comfortable each day. The guys have been awesome and very welcoming Justin Schultz practice, but won't return tonight trying to keep its core together sign Austin Matthews five years, fifty eight million the twenty one year old only make three point six five million in salary all the rest comes in bonuses. The all time series tied at three both teams in need of a win tonight paid awake. Four seven o'clock on the fan each team has lost five straight each rebuilding their programs Panthers. Head coach Jeff cable said he looks to third ranked Virginia. And that's where he wants to get to one of the best teams in the country year in Tony Bennett. If you look just sheer talent, they don't have that. They don't have elite level talent. Like, dude, like, North Carolina. They don't have a team stack of McDonald's all Americans for what he did was he came in there, and he built a culture former Penn State assistant, Jerry Sandusky will not get a new trial, rather a Pennsylvania judge has ordered him three sentence over his child abuse convictions. Jeff Hathor NewsRadio ten twenty Katie K sports by now..

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"african american newspaper" Discussed on Sound Opinions

Sound Opinions

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"african american newspaper" Discussed on Sound Opinions

"Especially with Rb and black music. At that time, there was a sense of that gospel music is the real black music that are in jazz rock and roll. All of which had African American sources have become diluted. Whereas the ethnomusicologist felt that gospel music was not diluted. Aaron is is Rita posing on the cover in that incredible African US and headdresses that part of it as well. I believe it is, and I think it was a real bold statement for the Franklin to do that. When I was interviewing people from the book who are part of a wreath inner circle, I talked to the poet Nikki Giovanni who bought her clothes at the same shop as a Rita, and I sort of asked her, well, how do you feel that Aretha Franklin fit into the black aesthetic at that time? And Nikki Giovanni cut me off quickly and said, Aretha was the black aesthetic. Well, that's a heavy statement. She even wrote an essay believe when she was run nineteen justifying her move over to pop music saying, you know, this is still. Part. I'm still part and parcel of the civil rights movement. Here. We're just bringing our message into a different form. It's really incredible. Yes. When Aretha Franklin was very young in nineteen sixty one, she was nineteen. She wrote an article for the New York Amsterdam news, the African American newspaper where she says, point one microsiping over from gospel music to pop is not disrespecting the Lord in any way. And then she puts it in the context of the burgeoning civil rights movement in a really interesting way at a really young age. So ten eleven years later when she records this album, it seemed let the world of that sort of thinking was catching up to what she was writing ten eleven years earlier. We need..

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"african american newspaper" Discussed on Omnibus

Omnibus

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"african american newspaper" Discussed on Omnibus

"Aggregated military at the time and and a military operating within the segregated united states a newspaper called the pittsburgh currier which was an african american newspaper that was kind of widely distributed in the country oh it's nation it's black community nationwide even though it's printed in pittsburgh printed in pittsburgh and you know and became a kind of a one of the de facto mouthpieces of black thinking yet in america during the war started a campaign called the double v campaign which was victory over tyranny overseas and victory here at home second because you know if you were a soldier even a decorated one even an officer who was traveling through the south you still couldn't use the drinking fountain or the same toilet or stay in a hotel i've read a world war two start and i think this is true about a black soldier on a tray servicemen asked to give up his seat for a nazi pow because that's the fec in order that sounds apocryphal but it might in fact be the case i mean i don't know that seems a little little bit far but simplicity blah right as we say in the french that we use here on our show yeah we often do the podcast once in english and then once in french you don't know who's gonna find this but the trial of the fifty which was happening during the war was have major news event luck getting a fair trial during wartime and it was not a fair trial the officers were because a navy trial isn't just with one court martial this is not a and there was every suggestion that they're a fair trial wouldn't wouldn't be possible and so a little known historical personage no less than thurgood marshall himself a young thurgood marshall marshall who was a leader in the end p came and observed the trial and then took his observations public and made some he's not representing the soldiers she's not a military lawyers not but he was he was in a position to take his perspective on it and publicize it in a national way and he said that these sailors are being unfairly tried there's no reference in the trial to the unsafe conditions how really there was no.

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"african american newspaper" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"african american newspaper" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Senator of the st louis american the top african american newspaper in the country you've been for well over a quarter century the color analyst on radio for st louis university men's basketball a historian you have books dvds on the show me state and the st louis area and basketball is on the road is with these recruiting classes it's salou and at mizunami to mention what illinois is about to do i think we're going to be talking about college basketball well into the next couple of years it's going to be a lot of fun i know uh cook go for bilican hide you're fair eleanor tbeir the girl embargo getting career aa struggling one unlock record but i think what we fame back to milan here so with that the higher travers board at bangui university at what whatever it brutti brad underwood was very good at lock but here i think he's gonna bring being developed at a court congo marker back here right i got what mark what you've done it bring it bomber to restore to you by khmer level already dr filip microwave tip off but i think the level of these program i'll throw in every day as well they struggled in recent years but i think they have a very veteran pain about it look in the make some noise cop statewide basketball epa collegial level should be a lot of fun this year i'm looking forward to it of course with a villager from a village introspective now i am obliged missouri state in southern illinois in carbondale an esa you iacs elites has an opportunity to do some really good things but and you and restate part of the missouri valley conference headquartered right here in saint louis and then do just up the road from there she that serena st louis university so let's start with the bilican program what is travis ford done to turn things round his first year he took some lumps on the court booboy boy was he getting some stuff done off the court oh cool about what will happen on record although i reckon with twelve wide he and fill a an addict who we're gonna play our every day play together and the team ipod five or six we were lucky we won twelve games end up having a winning record at home and ecu one game at.

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