Feb. 15: Celebrating Diversity – Black History, Pt. 3

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More exciting facts about black achievement and more!

Feb. 12: Celebrating Diversity: focus on Black History, Pt. 2

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Feb. 8: Celebrating Diversity: Black History, Pt. 1

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Feb. 10: Some of America’s Most Affordable Towns; Black History in America; Matching Emotions

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I’ll let you in on the more of the secret: which towns are some of America’s most affordable. Then let’s celebrate diversity as we explore the role that many have played in helping the black community move ahead in America. I’ll also have you play an emotions match-up game with me!

Jan. 24: Cowboy Mike (1pm); Mayor Omar Neal (2:30)

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Cowboy Mike ( Searles) is a professor of history at Augusta State University. He has been openingeyes for years while discussing the presence of black cowboys in America. Carl spent time in his class and heard the discussion he had with his students after watching the movie classic “Buck and the Preacher.” Your turn to  gain […]

Feb. 11: A Look at Black History Through the Eyes of A Young Author (1pm); Nicole McCleod and Kevin Grogan (2pm)

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As we acknowledge the challenges of the Black race in America and celebrate the community’s many accomplishments, Carl invites everyone to take a glimpse into this world through the biography of  a young author who began work on this special project at a very early age. How early? Join Carl and find out. Years ago, Billy Morris, […]

Sept. 16: Mrs. Betts (1pm); Larry Abernathy (2pm)

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His name is Langston Hughes. His poetry is timeless. Ms. Betts, of the Lucy Craft Laney Museum of Black History, will discuss the poet’s Ask Your Mama: Twelve Moods for Jazz. Larry Abernathy helps keep the festive mood charged up as he and others discuss bells and more.

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