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Listen to “The African History Network Show” with Michael Imhotep founder of The African History Network on 910 AM The Superstation WFDF in Detroit, Mon. - Fri. 11pm - midnight EST, Sundays, 9pm-11pm EST. We focus on Educating, Empowering and Inspiring people of African Descent throughout the Diaspora and around the World because Right Knowledge corrects wrong behavior. Listen LIVE on 910 AM WFDF in Detroit or around the world online at www.910AMSuperstation.com or by downloading the iHeart ...
 
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At the battle of Issus, fought in early November 333 BC, Alexander faced the Persian King Darius in person for the first time. Massively outnumbered, the Macedonian army faced the numberless might of the Persian military machine. The outcome would decide the future of both the Persian and the Macedonian empire. Dur: 20mins File: .mp3…
 
The University of Chicago Roundtable grew out of arguments had by professors at the faculty club. In 1931 they were convinced their forum would make for good radio. WMAQ agreed. The show premiered on February 1st of that year. It began running nationally over NBC on October 15th, 1933. The thirty-minute time slot allowed for little grandstanding. P…
 
Juneteenth was Not The Last Day of Slavery: Protecting & Correcting the History of Juneteenth, Inkster, MI - Michael Imhotep 6-19-22; Visit www.TheAfricanHistoryNetwork.com (New Website) for Lectures and Online Courses from Michael Imhotep founder of The African History Network. Support The African History Network through Cash App @ https://cash.ap…
 
Early on the morning of February 25th, 1942 several aerial objects were spotted over Los Angeles. It triggered the firing of thousands of anti-aircraft rounds. This was ten weeks after the bombing of Pearl Harbor and Manilla. Initially, it was thought to be a Japanese attack, but shortly after Secretary of the Navy Frank Knox said it was a false al…
 
In Breaking Walls episode 128 we wrap up our six month look at 1954 by ending in June with network cancellations.——————————Highlights:• The State of Radio and The Union• The End of Escape with John Dehner• News with Frank Edwards on Mutual• Let’s Pretend with Arnold Stang• Autolite Drops Suspense• Goodbye To Jack Benny (For Now)• What’s At Stake in…
 
Well, this brings our six-month look at 1954 to a close. Jack Benny again had radio’s highest-rated show the following season in what would ultimately turn out to be his swan song. Benny’s last new radio episode aired in May of 1955. Joseph McCarthy would finally be censured by the Senate in December. He never recovered from that political storm, a…
 
The Legion of the United States was America's first attempt to establish a permanent military capable of defending its new borders, from hostile Native Americans, as a reaction to the defeats of the hastily raised regular and militia units during the Harmar Campaign and St. Clair’s Defeat. Dur: 18mins File: .mp3…
 
Even with James Stewart leading the cast and Jack Johnstone directing, without a national sponsor cancellation was around the corner for The Six Shooter. Unlike with CBS, it was uncommon for NBC to sustain shows for long. Stewart had turned down sponsorship from Liggett and Myers Tobacco. The Six Shooter would be canceled after the June 24th, 1954 …
 
At network radio’s height, no dramatic show was more popular than CBS’ Lux Radio Theatre. Between 1936 and 1954 it never finished lower than eighth in the ratings, and it was radio’s top show between 1947 and 1952. Ken Carpenter announced. Radio’s best supporting talent, like Paula Winslowe, worked opposite Hollywood's biggest stars.Mondays at 9PM …
 
On Sunday June 13th, 1954 at 6PM Eastern, The American Forum of the Air signed on Mutual with a discussion on the 1954 midterm elections. The featured Senators were Republican Homer Ferguson of Michigan and Democrat Mike Monroney of Oklahoma. The two political parties had deep divides within on key issues. While many Republicans were conservative, …
 
On June 6th, 1954 Jack Benny closed his broadcast for the end of the season. Jack was going to headline in Dallas. The show featured a semi-rare appearance from Mary Livingston. Although radio audiences were rapidly waning and Benny was a TV star as well, he kept his radio program going. Out of home listening was adding an additional forty percent …
 
By June of 1954, the thirty-six year-old Elliott Lewis was producer/director of four shows and the star of two. His peers affectionately dubbed him “Mr. Radio.” Perhaps most prominently, he’d been producer and director of Suspense since the fall of 1950.Program sponsor Autolite preferred to keep its commercials humorous, feeling that the change of …
 
Originally broadcast as The Adventures of Helen and Mary, radio’s preeminent children’s show first took to the air on September 7th, 1929 over CBS. It became Let’s Pretend on March 24th, 1934.Hosted by “Uncle” Bill Adams, it was in many ways the brainchild of Nila Mack, who penned, produced, and directed each show. Ms Mack was born in 1891 in Kansa…
 
California Reparations Taskforce releases 500 page Study documenting how Slavery, Racism, etc. has impacted nearly every aspect of Black Life in America and is still being felt today; The Kerner Commission Report of 1968; Buffalo Shooting suspect charged with murder as a hate crime, Domestic Terrorism; Biden touts May Job Reports and 390,000 Jobs c…
 
In late 1791, during the Battle of the Wabash, also known as St. Clair's Defeat, saw the largest defeat of the American military at the hands of the Native Americans. Out of a force of about 1,000 men, the American suffered a 97% casualty rate: including 632 killed and 264 wounded. In addition, 200 camp followers, women and children included, were …
 
On June 4th, 1954 at 10PM, The Frank Edwards news program signed on from WOR in New York. During this month there were more than one-hundred-twenty major American cities with significant unemployment. The Secretary of Commerce officially announced the country was in a recession.Meanwhile, Vietnam was given technical independence within the French U…
 
As Escape and shows like it were canceled, there were fewer opportunities for radio’s west-coast actors on network sustained programs. This episode, “An Ordinary Man” was written by Kathleen Hite and starred John Dehner and Virginia Gregg, with Tony Barrett, Edgar Barrier, and Harry Bartell. It aired on June 3rd, 1954.Escape would be canceled on Se…
 
'Why 80% of Black Owned Businesses Fail in the 1st 18 Months' Don’t make these mistakes! 17 Tips - 5-31-22 Michael Imhotep African American Business Owners post the name of your business here. Advertise your African American owned business with The African History Network to reach thousands of potential customers. Offer ends Wednesday, June 1st, 20…
 
By June 1954 network radio drama was facing huge sponsor disinterest. Shows canceled in the first half of the year included The Quiz Kids, Dr. Christian, Front Page Farrell, Bulldog Drummond, Rocky Fortune, Ozzie and Harriet, and The Six Shooter. ABC, CBS, Mutual, and NBC reduced ad sale charges for the sixth consecutive year. It was an attempt to …
 
Black World War I Veterans fought against Racist Mobs during the Red Summer 1919; Haiti was forced to pay France Reparations of $560 million (in today's dollars) for Freedom, 'We Came Here To Exclude The Negro', Mississippi State Constitution of 1890, Jim Crow Laws to Suppress the Black Vote, Why were there 1,688 fewer Polling Places in 2019:; Shel…
 
In Breaking Walls episode 127 we keep on with our look at 1954 by picking up in May during one of the most important months of the decade.——————————Highlights:• The Big Sound in Nashville• Everett Sloane and The 21st Precinct• Ray Milland and Meet Mr McNutley• An Eisenhower Presser and Other Current Events• I Love a Mystery — Born Again• Wild Bill …
 
Texas School Shooting: 19 children, 2 teachers killed in Texas elementary school shooting; Pres. Biden to sign Executive Order on Police Reform on Floyd anniversary; Walmart apologizes for selling Juneteenth ice cream at its stores – TheAHNShow with Michael Imhotep 5-24-22 Support The African History Network through Cash App @ https://cash.app/$The…
 
Letitia Wright says ‘Black Panther 2’ will be an ‘Incredible Honor to Chadwick Boseman’; Tulsa Race Massacre Survivors receive a $1 million donation; Their lawsuit continues. – TheAHNShow with Michael Imhotep 5-23-22 Support The African History Network through Cash App @ https://cash.app/$TheAHNShow or PayPal @ TheAHNShow@gmail.com or http://www.Pa…
 
Malcolm X’s 97th Birthday, May 19th, His ‘By Any Means Necessary’ Speech; Haiti had to pay France Reparations that equals $560 million (in today’s dollars) which still cripples them today; House Dems pass ‘Domestic Terrorism Prevention Act’ in response to the Buffalo, NY Shooting; Buffalo shooting suspect indicted on charges related to massacre at …
 
Haiti was forced to pay France Reparations of $560 million (in today’s dollars) as a result of the Haitian Revolution; In 1825 France demanded Reparations or they would declare War on Haiti, again. We discuss the New York Times series. Louisiana Purchase 1803, Black Wall Street; Black Freedmen Indian Treaties of 1866, Dawes Allotment Act 1887; US C…
 
At 3PM on Sunday, May 30th, 1954, Anthology signed on NBC. Directed by John Malcom Brennen, produced by Steve White, and announced by Harry Fleetwood, Anthology offered dramatic readings of famous and lesser-known plays. Memorial Day weekend’s episode featured Agnes Moorehead reading “Barbara Fritchie,” and Frank Lovejoy and Bing Crosby performing …
 
Africans in America 51,700 years ago, Khoisan, The Lost City of Egypt, Black Madonna & Child; Wakanda, Bastet - Next Class, Sat. 2pm EST REGISTER HERE: https://theahn.learnworlds.com/course/ancient-kemet-moors-maafa-trans-atlantic-slave-trade-april-2022 Next Class, Saturday, 5-21-22, 2pm EST! WATCH CONTENT ON DEMAND NOW!!! ‘Ancient Kemet (Egypt), T…
 
Buffalo shooting suspect indicted on charges related to massacre at Tops supermarket; ‘Your’re a Coward’, ‘How dare you?; 911 dispatcher accused of hanging up on store employee during Buffalo shooting call; Three survivors of Tulsa Race; Malcolm X’s 97th Birthday, May 19th, 1925. Analyzing his 'By Any Mean Necessary Speech'; Here's What Dr. King me…
 
Buffalo, NY Shooting Suspect Invited Others to Review His Plan Online minutes before shooting; House Dems pass Domestic Terrorism Prevention Act Bill aimed at curbing domestic terrorism in wake of Buffalo mass shooting; Sha’Carri Richardson reveals she’s healing from an ‘Abusive Relationship’ with a Female Athlete. - TheAHNShow with Michael Imhotep…
 
On Friday May 28th, 1954 as beaches and public parks opened for Memorial Day weekend, families hopped in their cars, turned on the radio dial, and heard the continuing testimony of McCarthy’s Attorney Roy Cohn during the Army-McCarthy Hearing. CBS radio was there.Cohn played a major role in McCarthy’s crusade. He helped create the Lavender Scare, w…
 
Buffalo, NY: Biden - ‘White Supremacy Is a Poison,’ in Buffalo, NY speech as he mourns with victims. Calls for Assault Rifle Ban and keeping guns from Mentally Ill people Buffalo.; Here’s what Biden should have said.; House Democrats plan to move domestic terrorism bill forward after Buffalo shooting. - TheAHNShow with Michael Imhotep 5-17-22 Suppo…
 
Buffalo, NY Shooting: Suspect had plans to continue his killing rampage after the Grocery Store; Was previously investigated by police; Buffalo’s East side Neighborhood was shaped by Decades of Segregation. - TheAHNShow with Michael Imhotep 5-16-22 Support The African History Network through Cash App @ https://cash.app/$TheAHNShow or PayPal @ TheAH…
 
Inheritance was a joint production of NBC and The American Legion at the height of The Red Scare. It first took to the air on April 4th, 1954.The American Legion was at the forefront of The Red Channels pamphlet which outed alleged communist sympathizers. The Legion’s connection to The Red Channels had long been disclosed by the time Inheritance to…
 
On Sunday May 23rd, 1954 at 6PM Eastern, The American Forum of the Air signed on Mutual with a discussion on the Supreme Court Decision of Brown versus The Board of Education. On May 17th, The Court ruled that racial segregation within the U.S. public school system was unconstitutional. It repealed the “separate but equal” doctrine from 1896.By the…
 
On 4 July 1187, the Sultan of Egypt and Syria, An-Nasir Yusuf Salah ad-Din ibn Ayyub - better known to us as Saladin - won a tremendous victory, one of the most famous of the Middle Ages. Beneath the Horns of Hattin, the twin peaks of an extinct volcano, his forces destroyed the largest army that the Crusader states ever fielded, killing or capturi…
 
Slave Ship, The Clotilda, DNA analysis holds keys for descendants of the last known Slave Ship; These 110 Africans were brought to the U.S. because of a bet by a Wealthy Landowner. What we get wrong about Reparations. Legal Arguments vs. Moral Arguments – TheAHNShow with Michael Imhotep 5-12-22 Support The African History Network through Cash App @…
 
Former Black Panther Sundiata Acoli Granted Parole at age 85; He was in the car with Assata Shakur in 1973; Judge strikes down Florida’s Congressional Map as unconstitutional for diminishing Black representation. – TheAHNShow with Michael Imhotep 5-11-22 Support The African History Network through Cash App @ https://cash.app/$TheAHNShow or PayPal @…
 
Bob Hope joined NBC’s red network in December of 1937. For the next ten years he starred on The Pepsodent Program, racking up the top-rated show five consecutive seasons between the fall of 1942 and the spring of 1947.Then, as radio’s ratings were hitting an all-time high, Hope opened the fall of 1947 to harsh reviews. Both the critics and public w…
 
Florida rejects 54 math books, claiming Critical Race Theory appeared in some; You won’t believe why some books were rejected; The Murder of Civil Rights Activists, Rev. George W. Lee, May 7th, 1955 – TheAHNShow with Michael Imhotep 5-10-22 Support The African History Network through Cash App @ https://cash.app/$TheAHNShow or PayPal @ TheAHNShow@gm…
 
James Butler “Bill” Hickok was born on May 27th, 1837 in LaSalle County, Illinois. An excellent marksman from a young age, in 1855 he became a Kansas Abolitionist Jayhawker. From there he became a constable, joined the Pony Express parent company, was badly wounded by a bear, and committed his first justifiable homicide. This was all before the age…
 
Carlton E. Morse’ I Love A Mystery first took to the air Weekdays at 3:15PM on NBC’s West-Coast network in January of 1939. Michael Raffetto starred as Jack Packard, head of the A-1 Detective Agency, with Barton Yarborough as Texan Doc Long, and Walter Paterson as the British Reggie Yorke.The show told of three world travelers in search of action, …
 
On Friday, May 14th, 1954 President Eisenhower gave a news conference, immediately opening the floor to reporters for general questions.The day prior The World Chess Championship was won by Mikhail Botvinnik in Moscow. On this day, The Boeing 707 was released. On Monday the 16th, The Kengir uprising broke out at a Soviet Labor camp. Political priso…
 
Meet Mr. McNutley first took to CBS’ airwaves on September 17th, 1953. Ray Milland played Ray McNutley, English professor at Lynnhaven College. Phyllis Avery was Peggy, his wife. It aired concurrently on TV with much of the same cast. The show would be short-lived, going off the air after June 10th, 1954. The TV show lasted one more season, changin…
 
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