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Valerie June – Working Woman Blues

Published By: Lamont Jack Pearley On today’s show I speak with Valerie June, Working Woman Blues in the flesh, about her humble beginnings, inspirations and taking the long road. Jack Dappa Blues Heritage Podcast Lamont Pearly / Jack Dappa Producer / Host / Audio Editor Deric Johnson / Brooklyn Blues Co Producer/Engineer/Editor Valerie June Guest/SingerSonwriter Jack Dappa Blues Heritage Preservation @jackdappabluesradio – @jackpearley Valerie June @thevaleriejune – valeriejune.com Brooklyn Blues Organization @brooklynbluesorganization – @brooklynblues1 ©Copyright 2017 All Rights Reserved Jack Dappa Blues Heritage Preservation Foundation Valerie June Hockett, known as…

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Gumbo Friday’s Ep1- Jack Dappa Blues Heritage Radio

Published By: Lamont Jack Pearley Gumbo Friday were We talk about everything that comes to mind about all things in regards to African American Tribal Music and the Black Experience! On this episode I speak with Brock Lightnin and Sista Zaki about White Flight, Black Flight, Protecting our leaders, conflict of beliefs in the Black Community and more! Black Flight African American churches leave the inner city for the suburbs. SARAH EEKHOFF ZYLSTRA| DECEMBER 30, 2008   Urban blacks have been following the pattern of so-called “white flight” for the…

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The Slave Narrative “Aunt Adeline” – Jack Dappa Blues Heritage Radio

Published By: Lamont Jack Pearley 30380 Interviewer Mrs* Zillah Cross Peel Person interviewed Aunt Adeline — Age 89 Home 101 Hock Street* Fayetteville. Arkansas *I was born a slave about 1848, in Hickmon County, Tennessee,* said Aunt Adeline who lives as care taker in a house at 101 Rock Street, Faystteville, Arkansas, which is owned by the Blakely-Budgens estate. Aunt Adeline has been a slave and a servant in five generations of the Parks family* Her mother, Liza, with a group of five Negroes, was sold into slavery to John…

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Mulatto, Interracial relationships and The Black Elite Pt1 – Jack Dappa Blues Heritage radio

Published By: Lamont Jack Pearley The Talented Tenth W.E.B. DuBois September 1903 The Negro race, like all races, is going to be saved by its exceptional men. The problem of education, then, among Negroes must first of all deal with the Talented Tenth; it is the problem of developing the Best of this race that they may guide the Mass away from the contamination and death of the Worst, in their own and other races. Now the training of men is a difficult and intricate task. Its technique is a…

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The Second Migration – Jack Dappa Blues Heritage Radio

Published by: Lamont Jack Pearley Today we will speak about the Great Migration that went West. I will also be joined by Moses Crouch who’s a phenomenal musician and historian! During the decade that followed the stock market crash of 1929, initial Migration slowed to a trickle. But with America’s entry into World War II looming on the horizon, the exodus of blacks from their Southern homeland resumed. Between 1940 and 1950, another 1.5 million African Americans left the South. The migration continued at roughly the same pace over the…

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The Black South in Chicago – Federal Writers Project

Published By: Lamont Jack Pearley I came across this piece in the “American Life Histories: Manuscripts from the Federal Writers’ Project, 1936 to 1940” after discussing Margaret Walker and her being hired by the Federal Writers Project in 1936 on today’s show! This is one of the many manuscripts that are part of the collection. Which the The Slave Narrative is also a part of. It is a very interesting take on the time and climate of Black Chicago. A look into the Black Experience that Cultivated African American Tribal…

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The Slave Narrative – Laura Abromsom R.F.D. Holly Grove Arkansas

Published By: Lamont Jack Pearley This Episode we will be going over the Laura Abromsom R.F.D. Holly Grove Arkansas Slave Narrative. •30395 #6B5 8 Interviewer Miss Irene Robertson Person interviewed Laura Abromsom Holly Grove* Arkansas Receives mail at Clarendon* Arkansas Age 74 *My mama was named Eloise Rogers* She was born in Missouri* She was sold and brought to three or four miles from Brownsville, Tennessee* Alex Rogers bought her and my papa* She had been a house girl and well cared for* She never got in contact wid her…

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Slave Narrative – Lucius Abernathey Interview

Published By: Lamont Jack Pearley Born in Slavery: Slave Narratives from the Federal Writers’ Project, 1936-1938 contains more than 2,300 first-person accounts of slavery and 500 black-and-white photographs of former slaves. These narratives were collected in the 1930s as part of the Federal Writers’ Project (FWP) of the Works Progress Administration, later renamed Work Projects Administration (WPA). At the conclusion of the Slave Narrative project, a set of edited transcripts was assembled and microfilmed in 1941 as the seventeen-volume Slave Narratives: A Folk History of Slavery in the United States…

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Boley Oklahoma – Jack Dappa Blues Heritage Radio

Published By: Lamont Jack Pearley Most people know about Tulsa and Black Wall Street, however there is another All Black town in Oklahoma that is also famous for econimics, community and African American Progression as American Citizens…and that town is called Boley! We will be discussing the history of this town in regards to the Black Experience and African American tribal Music! To Donate click Link paypal.me/LamontJack To support our Crown Fund Campaign https://www.gofundme.com/we-are-public-media BOLEY OKLAHOMA In the early twentieth century Boley, Oklahoma was the largest predominantly black town in…

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Blues Hall Of Fame – Jack Dappa Blues Heritage Radio

Published By: Lamont Jack Pearley On this show we will be discussing The Blues Hall of Fame and speak to Ms. Johnnie Nathan about her 2 inductions and humble beginnings in Alabama, and Garland Floyd of Jazzy Jazz Media Productions, the coordinator of this upcoming Sunday’s Chicago Blues Hall Induction at the Legendary Buddy Guys!! To Donate click Link paypal.me/LamontJack To support our Crown Fund Campaign https://www.gofundme.com/we-are-public-media

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