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A series of narrations from documents, speeches, and analyses of legislation that relate to the progression of events memorialized during the Black History Month observance at First United Methodist Church of Pasadena, CA. More of the content relating to the event can be found at "In Honor of Black History Month" at Episode 1 is a narrated excerpt of Benjamin Bannecker's letter to Thomas Jefferson in which Bannecker urges Jefferson to ...
During the month of February, BRTW ensemble members are selecting personal Black heroes to highlight everyday. These heroes may have spoken the magic words that first made them see their Black beauty, the people who inspired them to become artists, or even the person who taught them how to make proper mixed greens. find us on: twitter and instagram: @thebrtw facebook: @Black Revolutionary Theatre Workshop and at our website:
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Perhaps in response to Bannecker's petition, Jefferson attempted to include anti-slavery language in the founding documents. It even made it into one of the first drafts. But the Continental Congress overrode his efforts and removed the language. Hear Gary Webster's narration of the little-known deleted slavery clause.--- Support this podcast: http…
An inspiration from the '70s, it seems to capture the essence of why the struggle for recognition and dignity endures. It essentially says take heart because your victories are seen, even if not spoken of.--- Support this podcast:
Mary McLeod Bethune's inspiring speech for the 1950 annual meeting of the Association for the Study of Negro Life and History urges us to realize the journey is not over. Similar to the Olympics, it is our responsibility to carry the torch ever forward. Full speech narrated by Wanda Gae Stephansson.--- Support this podcast:…
The Voting Rights Act of 1965 expanded the rights conferred on citizens through the Fifteenth Amendment. Under it, suffrage was opened to women, men, racial minorities, and removed the previous requirements to vote. The excerpted analysis is narrated by Emma Black.--- Support this podcast:…
An excerpt of the Benjamin Bannecker letter to Jefferson regarding the issue of anti-slavery language in the founding documents. Narrated by Gary Webster.--- Support this podcast:
Heather Harvey starts things off with the biography of Kathleen Cleaver, law professor and Black Panther Badass! (Transcriptions will be posted on our website:โดย The BRTW
For hazmat driver Ben Moorhead, a grueling workday starts at the crack of dawn. Here, he walks us through what it's like to transport oil for a living and the science involved in safely testing his precious cargo.โดย Smithsonian Channel
We sit down with Lonnie Bunch, the director of the National Museum of African American History and Culture, to hear his personal recollections of the events following MLK's assassination.โดย Smithsonian Channel
An interview with Joshua Bloom about the history and politics of the Black Panther Party.โดย University of California Press
Years before his book Native Son became a best seller, author Richard Wright experienced the hard times of the Great Depression and launched his literary career working on the WPA Writers' Project.โดย Smithsonian Channel
After making a name for herself as an author in the Harlem Renaissance, Zora Neale Hurston became a WPA writer and an enthusiastic anthropologist who studied her subjects by joining in.โดย Smithsonian Channel
On February 1, 1960, the Greensboro Four walked slowly and silently to the Woolworth's lunch counter. They didn't know what the future would bring but they could no longer live with the past.โดย Smithsonian Channel
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