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MEET ESSIE BERRY Essie Berry led a somewhat private life before her husband’s death in 2003. There is no information about her life before marrying the actor Fred Rerun Berry in 1999, except that she attended Hair Design and cosmetology school in the late ’80s,She married Berry in 1999, and they had no children, although Berry fathered three kids in his previous marriages Essie is a civil rights activist. She has a YouTube channel where she often discusses the most recent news on injustices ...
 
Discover Iowa’s role in the advancement of civil rights. Learn how landmark Iowa court cases, the Iowa Underground Railroad, Iowa towns like Buxton, and Iowa civil rights pioneers like Alexander G. Clark, Ralph Montgomery, Edna Griffin, and more guided the future of the state and the nation. We will look at how the nation’s path forward might be discovered by gleaning the wisdom of Iowa's history. For any questions or suggestions, please email Erick at iacivilrightshistorypodcast@gmail.com
 
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The U.S. Civil Rights Trail podcast is a narrative podcast series where historians and experts explore some of the most significant events of the Civil Rights movement. It features the real stories of real people who were there and who made a difference. And it explains why what took place then is still so relevant to all of us today.
 
Elaine was born in Pennsylvania in 1943. She is a “Distinguished Graduate” of the Philadelphia High School for Girls. When she was older she attended college at the University of California where she was introduced to the Black Panther Party, African Americans members would fight for their rights.She then became the chairwoman in the party. Elaine than became the first woman to lead the Party.
 
We typically think of the Civil Rights Movement as occurring during the 1950s-60s, however, I believe the movement for civil rights and racial equality extends as far back as slavery and continues to the present time. In this podcast, which is an adaption of an ad hoc seminar I created while a student at Duke University School of Law, each week I discuss the stories beyond some of the most important civil rights cases, from slavery to the present, and explain why I believe they are significa ...
 
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The Tuskegee Airmen was the first African American flying unit in the U.S. military, who fought during World War II. They were trained at Tuskegee Army Airfield in Tuskegee, Alabama. This was the only training facility for Basic and Advanced Flight Training for Black pilots of the U.S. Army Air Force. Out of the 1,000 black pilots who were trained …
 
STEVE HARVEY IS A LIAR AND A ANGRY MAN AND CONTINUE TO BLACKMAIL ESSIE BERRY IN THE STATE OF TEXAS.JUDGE ANGELA TUCKER IS A CORRUPT JUDGE THAT IS HELPING STEVE HARVEY --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/essie-berry/message
 
VIRGIN Berry. I am a born-again virgin after 53 years old. My type of commitment is not to be sexually active again until marriage or I know he is the man of my dreams. (or some other defined point in the future, or indefinitely), whether for religious, moral, practical, or in other circumstances.I am a women who is ready to boldly go where I have …
 
When Merry Brown the tattoo artist and the owner of Studio 65 received a call to help a new client to cover his tattoos, Merry didn’t know what to expect. When that client showed up to his appointment and showed Merry what he wanted to be covered, Merry had mixed feelings; shocked and happy about the fact that this new client wanted to cover his ta…
 
When Merry Brown the tattoo artist and the owner of Studio 65 received a call to help a new client to cover his tattoos, Merry didn’t know what to expect. When that client showed up to his appointment and showed Merry what he wanted to be covered, Merry had mixed feelings; shocked and happy about the fact that this new client wanted to cover his ta…
 
She go on to say I DO NOT KNOW WHO GAVE IT TO ME OR WHERE I GOT IT, HOW I GOT IT,” SHE STARTS THE VIDEO. “ALL I KNOW IS BECAUSE I WAS SO SICK TO THE POINT OF DEATH, THAT THEY SAID I HAD TO HAVE HAD IT FOR EIGHT TO 10 YEARS.” --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice messag…
 
James Jordan's house is located at 2001 Fuller Rd, in West Des Moines Iowa it is one of the Iowa Underground Railroad houses that is still standing and was one of John Brown's freedom trails. The house was built and owned by James Jordan. James Jordan was a Complicated man like most men of his time. He was born in West Virginia in 1813 and moved to…
 
Sesame Workshop, the nonprofit that runs Sesame Street, said it will "conduct bias training and a thorough review of the ways in which they engage families and guests" at Sesame Place after a video of a potential racial bias incident went viral online. "As a global nonprofit educational organization with a mission to help children grow smarter, str…
 
Throughout eight episodes, Ray J will make Texas Southern University, an HBCU in Houston, Texas, his new stomping grounds as he enrolls in an accelerated program to obtain a specialty certification and become an official alum. Ray J won’t be doing his courses alone. He’ll have seven other classmates, including Nene Leakes, Lamar Odom, Big Freedia, …
 
Constitutional right to abortion and leaves it up to states to decide. While many people in states across the country will continue to have access to abortion care, there are 13 states with trigger ban laws that will immediately make abortions illegal with 13 others soon to follow. Make no mistake, this decision affects every person in the United S…
 
A born-again virgin (also known as a secondary), is a person who, after having engaged in sexual intercourse, makes some type of commitment not to be sexually active again until marriage (or some other defined point in the future, or indefinitely), whether for religious, moral, practical, or in other circumstances. --- This episode is sponsored by …
 
This episode takes us to the town of Clinton in the eastern part of the state. Following the pivotal U.S. Supreme Court ruling in Brown v. Board of Education, a judge ordered the desegregation of Clinton High School. On August 26, 1956, a group of African American students – the Clinton 12 – attended their first day of class, marking the first inte…
 
The Tennessee Civil Rights Trail podcast explores the most significant aspects of the Movement in the state. This episode takes a look at the integral role college students played in the city (from Fisk University, American Baptist College, Tennessee State University and elsewhere) especially as they participated in significant protests, such as th…
 
On September 21, 2005, the court asked a 19-yr old Kenneth Nixon if he had anything to say to the court before he was sentenced to life in prison for 2 counts of murder, 4 counts of attempted murder, and 1 count of arson. Ken told the judge and the court “your honor, you are about to sentence an innocent man to prison for the rest of his life for t…
 
The Tennessee Civil Rights Trail podcast explores the most significant aspects of the Movement in the state. This episode offers a sketch of the city’s overall history before bringing us into what it was like there in the 1950s and 1960s. We learn about the city’s Sanitation Workers’ Strike in 1968, the cause that compelled Martin Luther King, Jr. …
 
The Tennessee Civil Rights Trail podcast explores the most significant aspects of the Movement in the state. The episodes will take you from the cities of Memphis and Nashville to the town of Clinton. And they will feature the voices of veteran foot soldiers who stood strong against oppression. You’ll also hear from historians and experts who expla…
 
Nationwide — Civil rights activist Essie Berry says that Tyson Foods Inc. in Waterloo, Iowa appears to be allowing people of color to be violated leading to emotional and mental trauma associated with depression in employees who have suffered from serious injuries while working. She also says that they are also denying employees who have been traum…
 
The Henderson Lewelling House also known as Lewelling Quaker Museum (LQM) is located in Salem, Iowa about 20 miles from the Missouri border. Henderson Lewelling was born in a Quaker family in 1809 in North Carolina, later his family moved to Indiana. In 1837 he moved his wife Elizabeth and 4 children to Salem, Iowa. As an abolitionist, Henderson Le…
 
In this episode, “Meeting Places, Organizing Protests & Confrontations, pt. 2,” historians and experts help explain the role of the civil rights movement in Louisiana’s rural towns such as Plaquemine, Jonesboro and Bogalusa. You’ll hear the heroic stories of the Deacons of the Defense and learn about the influential 105-Mile March from Bogalusa all…
 
In this episode, “Meeting Places, Organizing Protests & Confrontations, pt. 1,” historians and experts help explain the growth of the non-violent protests that helped desegregate Louisiana. You’ll hear the story of the nation’s first bus boycott in Baton Rouge. And you’ll learn about the student-organized sit-ins and protests in New Orleans, Shreve…
 
In this episode, “Desegregation,” historians and experts help explain some of the most pioneering moments in desegregation in the state of Louisiana. You’ll learn about the key role that the 761st Tank Battalion at Camp Beauregard played during World War II. You’ll hear the story how a coach fought to integrate the basketball team at what is now kn…
 
The state of Louisiana plays a pivotal role in the history of the Civil Rights Movement. And the Louisiana Civil Rights Trail podcast tells the triumphant stories of people there who made a difference both in their communities and around the country. Each episode features historians, experts and eyewitnesses who explain the full context and help us…
 
In this episode, “The March for Equality,” historians and experts help us explore how African Americans in South Carolina, and their allies, began peaceful protests in the late 1950s and into the 1960s, when the state ignored new federal legislation calling for integration and equality. To learn more about the stories and places you hear about, you…
 
In this episode, “Separate is Not Equal,” historians and experts help us explore how some of the pivotal legislation — rooted in South Carolina — made a significant difference in the entire Civil Rights movement. To learn more about the stories and places you hear about, you can visit Columbia where the protest took place at the state capitol and w…
 
In this episode, “Precursor to the Movement,” historians and experts help us explore critical 19th Century events that plunged the nation into a civil rights crisis. To learn more about the stories and places you hear about, you can visit Beaufort County, Hilton Head, Mitchelville and Union County. You can also visit the Reconstruction Era National…
 
The South Carolina Legacy of Courage podcast tells the stories of people who stood strong against oppression. Across three episodes, historians and experts help us explore critical 19th Century events that plunged the nation into a civil rights crisis and then illuminates court cases, protests and those who affected positive change in the state and…
 
The Henderson Lewelling House also known as Lewelling Quaker Museum (LQM) is located in Salem, Iowa about 20 miles from the Missouri border. Henderson Lewelling was born in a Quaker family in 1809 in North Carolina, later his family moved to Indiana. In 1837 he moved his wife Elizabeth and 4 children to Salem, Iowa. As an abolitionist, Henderson Le…
 
When the issue of slavery became the most contentious issue in the country, the courage to act was put to a test, Iowans had a choice, either to stand on the sideline and watch or to act. Some Iowans chose to act. Abolitionists were people who detested the institution of slavery and wanted to end it immediately. In this episode; Dave Holmgren a his…
 
In 1993 James Clark, Johnny Brown, Marvin Steward, Bebe Davis, Thomas Levi Sr, and Thomas Moore from Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist Church in Cedar Rapids Iowa came up with the idea to start the African - American Museum in the state of Iowa. They wanted to preserve, exhibit and teach black history in the state of Iowa. Since its inception, the Museum…
 
In this episode, “Champions in the Fight for Voting Rights," we focus on some of Mississippi's most significant Civil Rights leaders and their work and progress in advancing equal Voting Rights. We tell the stories of James Meredith, Amzie Moore, Fannie Lou Hamer and Unita Blackwell. It features journalist and author Charlie Cobb, who was a SNCC fi…
 
In this episode, “Organizing the Movement,” we examine how Civil Rights leaders in Mississippi strategically organized Movement participants and events to affect change. It features historians Robert Luckett from Jackson State University and Daphne Chamberlain from Tougaloo College. We also hear from Civil Rights foot soldier and Jackson State Univ…
 
In this episode, “All Eyes on Mississippi,” we explore some of the most well-known events that occurred in Mississippi during the Civil Rights Movement. The notoriety of these events spread the awareness of what was happening in the state and influenced people to get involved. It features Jackson State University historian Robert Luckett, Benjamin …
 
Welcome to the Mississippi Freedom Trail Podcast, a series where historians and experts help us explore some of the most significant events of the state’s Civil Rights movement. You’ll hear the real stories of people who were there and who made a difference. And why what took place then is still so relevant to us today. After listening to the podca…
 
Founded in 2018 in Des Moines, Iowa. Spark Foundation is dedicated to ensuring that every student in the community is able to obtain books that they are personally interested in, free of cost. Spark is also, focusing on reducing the reading achievement gap between high and low-income students and summer reading loss by ensuring every student has th…
 
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