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Vincent Spaulding is the Project Leader of the George Henry White Memorial Health & Education Center in Bladen and Columbus Counties, North Carolina.
He talks about how he used his architecture and community organizing skills honed in middle-class Washington, DC and “divine intervention” to turn a 120-year-old farm house into a community center in his home county, a part of the “other” America.
2023 Episode 42
Marvin Tupper Jones made his mark as a Washington, DC-based documentary photographer before starting the Chowan Discovery Group that researches, documents, preserves, and presents the history of his home area, the Winton, North Carolina Triangle.
The Group has shared its findings and documentation via a variety of methods from stage presentations to historical markers. “We hope that people will find new value in the world that immediately surrounds them,” explained Jones.
The film "Oppenheimer" raked in $80.5 million in the United States on its opening weekend. In the international market, it took in about $93 million for a total of more than $174 million, according to BoxOfficeMojo.
The cast list for the $100 million "Oppenheimer" mentions only one Black scientist.
The movie purports to show a critical time in the life of Dr. J. Robert Oppenheimer, the father of the atomic bomb. In one of the greatest scientific efforts during WW II, the Manhattan Project marshalled the efforts of over 200,000 scientists, technicians, and workers and helped win the war by dropping two nuclear bombs on Japan.
Was the only Black in the movie the only one in real life involved with the project? Who was he and what did he do? To answer these and other questions about Blacks and the bomb, we have as our guest, author, lecturer, popular Port of Harlem contributor, and historian of the African diaspora, C.R. Gibbs.
After delivering a well-received talk at DC’s Remember the Pearl 2023 commemoration, Port of Harlem magazine printed an excerpt from Dr. Richard Bell's STOLEN.
The book tells the story of five free boys kidnapped into slavery and their astonishing odyssey home. Both events took place during the Reverse Underground Railroad period.
POH publisher Wayne Young talks with Bell about this period and its affect on Blacks then and now.2023 Episode 39