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Feb 13, 2023

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CR Gibbs

Abubakri II’s Voyage with CR Gibbs

POH talks with CR Gibbs about Abubakri II’s Voyage and why he thinks there is so much interest in the explorer and his journeys. His article on Abubakari and the mystery of his voyage from current day Gambia to current day Brazil remains very popular for those searching the web and landing on our page. After publishing the article in February 2021, we are going to finally revisit the subject audibly.

Note: When answering a question, Gibbs referred to this book: "Mysterious Explorer: Solving the Puzzle of an African Explorer in America - - 180 Years Before Columbus by Dr. Ronald Stewart."

2023 Episode 36

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Jan 26, 2023

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Olaiya Temitope Templer, News Editor at The Guardian Newspapers, Nigeria - Nigerian Elections

The News Editor for Guardian Newspapers, one of Nigeria’s most respected newspapers, if not the most respected talk about Nigeria's February 25 general elections for President, Vice President, and members of the Senate and House of Representatives.

2023 Episode 35

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Nov 30, 2022

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Denise Smith-Archer - Engineer, educator, artist, and co-author of “Black Gems in STEM: An Academic Success Workbook.”

Smith-Archer is an engineer, educator, artist, and co-author of “Black Gems in STEM: An Academic Success Workbook.” We talk to Smith-Archer about the book and how she brought the book alive during week-long summer enrichment programs at Prince George’s Community College in Maryland.

2022 Episode 34

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Nov 30, 2022

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Charles James - Photographer

While rehabbing from cancer in 2008, James of Bowie, MD found refuge in taking pictures of birds. Aside from his Facebook postings, some of his photos have been showcased at the Patuxent National Wildlife Visitor Center Gallery and featured in their newsletter. He is also author of "Birding for Beginners." We talk to James about how he found his hobby and its affect on his health. See More of James photography including birds.

2022 Episode 33
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Sep 13, 2022

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Dr. Theo Hodge, Jr. - Monkeypox, Vaccines, Disparities, and HIV

Our guest for this podcast is Dr. Theo Hodge, Jr., Medical Director of the Washington Health Institute and Port of Harlem contributor. Dr. Hodge is especially interested in the study and treatment of sexually transmitted diseases and an outspoken proponent of HIV prevention. Today, we will take about another disease, in particular, monkeypox.

As of today, nearly 38% of monkeypox cases are among Black people, yet Blacks represent only 12% of the US population. We will also talk about these disparities and the vaccine.

2022 Episode 32
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