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Sep 17, 2020 Guests

Ric Murphy

Ric Murphy

Arlo Washington

Arlo Washington

Current Show: Ric Murphy and Arlo Washington

A Boston native, Ric Murphy is a genealogical researcher, educator, historian, and author of several books and historical publications including “Arrival of the First Africans in Virginia.” His family lineage dates to the earliest colonial periods of Plymouth, Massachusetts, and Jamestown, Virginia. His is also Vice President of History with the African American Historical and Genealogical Society. We will explore the upcoming The Afro-American Historical and Genealogical Society conference that will be virtual this year.

Arlo Washington, had been a barber for about 10 years when he founded a financial literacy non-profit in 2008. Today the non-profit, PEOPLE Trust, is the only Black-controlled financial institution based in Arkansas. Washington will reveal how the community development financial institution laws allowed him to create PEOPLE Trust that serves the needs of people that traditional banks shun, but who need capital without getting into debt traps.

 
Sep 03, 2020 Guests

ida jones

Dr. Ida Jones

Sandra Schulberg

Sandra Schulberg

melvin foote

Melvin Foote


Dr. Ida Jones and Sandra Schulberg, and Melvin Foote

On Thursday, September 3 at 8pm EST, We Talk Productions presents Port Of Harlem Talk Radio. Host Wayne A. Young talks with Dr. Ida Jones, University Archivist at Morgan State University, and Sandra Schulberg, president and executive director of IndieCollect, which saves American independent films. With you, they will discuss the finding and restoration of NationTime-Gary, a film on the 1972 National Black Political Convention, that debuts in virtual cinemas through Kino Marquee October 23. 

In the second half hour, Young will talk with Melvin Foote, president of the Constituency for Africa, about the current U.S. President’s Africa agenda, or lack thereof. Foote will also share what advocates for Africa should be demanding from candidates regarding policies toward the homeland.

Jones, one of the next show's first guests, is also the author of four biographies including "Baltimore Civil Rights Leader, Victorine Quille Adams and the Power of the Ballot.” She took preserving Adam’s legacy a step further and did what was necessary to have Adams inducted into the Maryland Women’s Hall of Fame. In 2018, she conducted the How to Preserve Your Legacy program for Port Of Harlem and the Alexandria Black History Museum.

Schulberg is also a longtime advocate of "Off-Hollywood" filmmakers. She currently serves on the advisory committee of the Women's Film Preservation Fund (created by Women in Film & Television) and is a member of the Association of Moving Image Archivists. As a producer, she has many films to her credit.

Foote is president of one of the surviving Africa advocacy groups in America. The Rockville, Illinois native has more than 35 years of experience and has worked in over 30 African countries. CFA has established a network of organizations, groups, and individuals committed to the progress and empowerment of Africa and African people worldwide. The Washington, DC based organization continues to build public and private support for Africa, and help shape a progressive U.S. policy towards Africa.
 
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Aug 26, 2020 Guests

milagros phillips



samba batch



Milagros Philips and Samba Baldeh

Milagros Philips and Samba Baldeh appear on the  inaugural POH Talk Radio show, Thursday, August 20, 8p eastern standard time. To call in, dial or click "Current Show" to hear or to write a comment. It all starts Thursday, August 20, 2020.

At the start of the program, we talk with Milagros Phillips. She is a speaker, author, and coach, who has spent the past 20 years facilitating race literacy programs.  We will talk about “Experiencing Racism in Two Languages with Jim Crow and Colonization” based on her Port and Harlem article and her unique experience being a bi-lingual Dominican-American.

At 8:30p, we talk with Samba Baldeh, who has run for office twice and won both races.  Last Tuesday, he won nearly 50 percent of the vote in a four-person race and is on his way to become the first Muslim in the Wisconsin state assembly and probably the first Gambian-American in any state legislature. We featured Baldeh in “Samba Baldeh Seeks to Become Wisconsin’s First Gambian-American State Legislature.”

 
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