Black History Matters 365

Black History Matters 365

BHM365 is a weekly podcast series that explores the true account of African American History as American History. Hosted by author and marketplace entrepreneur Jo Anne Scaife, this podcast dives into the revolutionary research found in “Black History 365: An Inclusive Account of American History” a seminal work by Dr. Walter Milton, Jr. and Dr. Joel Freeman. Featuring weekly interviews with history makers and current influencers, special ‘round table’ talks and series, as well as community focused events important to urban culture around the globe BHM365 sets the historical record straight for today and for future generations.... Show More

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February 25, 2021 6 min

A Reading of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. -  Letter from a Birmingham Jail

Join us every Thursday of this Black History month to capture readings from the famous letter from Birmingham jail. Carl Jones, voiceover actor will be reading portions of the passionate letter that helps us to see the importance of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s message and impact. So much of what he states in this letter is applicable for today as we wrest...

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BH365 Celebrating Black History Month February 2021

Series (4 Part): A Focus on Nonviolence with Dr. Bernard Lafayette, Jr.
Part 2 - Understanding Nonviolence


Weekly every Saturday of this month with Dr. Bernard Lafayette, Jr featured in a special talk series called, "A Focus on Non-Violence. This amazing trailblazer, one of the famous freedom riders share with us his experience on what non-violence is and how he as a civil rights...

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A Reading of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. -  Letter from a Birmingham Jail

Join us every Thursday of this Black History month to capture readings from the famous letter from Birmingham jail. Carl Jones, voiceover actor will be reading portions of the passionate letter that helps us to see the importance of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s message and impact. So much of what he states in this letter is applicable for today as we wrest...

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Sunday Memoirs
The Black Church: Rise of Black Churches and Denominations
Episode 6

A reading from BH365: An Inclusive Account of American History textbook on the Black Church.

Sunday Memoirs  takes a look back in the past to find inspiration for the future. We will take time to share great inspiring accounts and building moments of the Black Church and others, depicting religious traditions and spiritual awakenings that contributed to...

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BH365 Celebrating Black History Month February 2021

Series (4 Part): A Focus on Nonviolence with Dr. Bernard Lafayette, Jr.
Part 1 - An Introduction and Defining Nonviolence


Weekly every Saturday of this month with Dr. Bernard Lafayette, Jr featured in a special talk series called, "A Focus on Non-Violence. This amazing trailblazer, one of the famous freedom riders share with us his experience on what non-violence is and how he as...

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BH365 Celebrating Black History Month
February 2021

B.E. In Focus: Black Entrepreneurs in Focus

Introducing a spotlight on Black Entrepreneurs locally and nationally. Weekly these professionals will share their stories on how they started their journey to entrepreneurship and thriving to make a difference with their businesses. Each individual is working hard to leave their legacy and build the communities that they care about.

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Celebrating Black History Month 2021
B.E. In Focus Spotlight: Black Entrepreneurs in Focus

LaTonya J. Pegues
CEO of BOAZ Enterprises

As CEO of BOAZ Enterprises, LaTonya J. Pegues brings a wealth of experience and non-traditional solutions to BOAZ Enterprises clientele. After working in the aerospace and telecommunications industries in a variety of positions; including satellite and missions engineer, low temperature physics researcher...

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A Reading of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. -  Letter from a Birmingham Jail

Join us every Thursday of this Black History month to capture readings from the famous letter from Birmingham jail. Carl Jones, voiceover actor will be reading portions of the passionate letter that helps us to see the importance of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s message and impact. So much of what he states in this letter is applicable for today as we wrest...

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SAVE THE MONTH - FEBRUARY 2021

ALL THINGS BLACK...PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE

Get Ready for BH365's Black History Month
Events: DJ Hosted Listening Parties, Virtual Student Conference, Educational Resources, and more!

REGISTER at www.bh365.org

Podcast: A focus on  Black Entrepreneurship, black music, the black church, young black movers and shakers roundtable,  special series on Non-violence and more.

Join us weekly to CELEBRATE, DISCO...

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Black History 365 Music

Khao Music Group Presents BH365 Music: An Anthology of History in Hip Hop
Inspired by BH365: An Inclusive Account of American History

HISTORY MADE: Black History 365, a compilation of music set around the theme of Black History, by Grammy-nominated, multi-platinum artist, Khao, will hit all major music platforms on Saturday, February 6, 2021. It's the perfect way to celebrate Black History Month.

An Antholo...

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Celebrating Black History 2021
"A Black History Month  Like No Other"

Dr. Terrell Carter
VP/First Chief Diversity Officer of Greenville University

Dr. Terrell Carter is a pastor, professor, visual artist, writer, and former police officer. In addition to serving as bi-vocational pastor, he is Vice President and Chief Diversity Officer for Greenville University in Greenville, IL. He previously served as Assistant Professor of Pr...

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Sunday Memoirs
The Black Church: The Invisible Church
Episode 5

A reading from BH365: An Inclusive Account of American History textbook on the Black Church.

Sunday Memoirs  takes a look back in the past to find inspiration for the future. We will take time to share great inspiring accounts and building moments of the Black Church and others, depicting religious traditions and spiritual awakenings that contributed to the foundation of t...

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Sunday Memoirs
The Black Church and Friction in the Civil Rights Movement
Episode 4

A reading from BH365: An Inclusive Account of American History textbook, from the "The Elephant Experience: section.

Sunday Memoirs  takes a look back in the past to find inspiration for the future. We will take time to share great inspiring accounts and building moments of the Black Church and others, depicting religious traditions and spiritual aw...

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Dr. Kevin Dyson

Former NFL Player

Educator

Principal of Graceland Middle School

  He is a former American football wide receiver of the National Football League. He was drafted by the Tennessee Oilers 16th overall in the 1998 NFL Draft. He played college football at Utah. Dyson is perhaps best known for his part in two historic NFL plays – the Music City Miracle and The Tackle.


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In Celebration of  MLK, Jr. Day
An Introduction to National Museum of African American Music in Nashville
(This event is live and uncut)

A live update in Nashville, TN with voiceover actor and co-host Carl Jones. BHM365 is reporting on the ribbon-cutting event of NMAAM in celebrating MLK, Jr. Day and ushering Black History Month.

NMAAM, also hosted a live Facebook event of the recording today at 12 noon. (https://www.facebook.com/theN...

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Dr. Terrence Schofield (Dr. T)
Clinical Psychologist
CEO and Found of Relationship Academy



Dr. Terrence Schofield, clinical psychologist, now known as "Dr. T"  is a diversity trainer responsible for a broad range of training within the non-profit and corporate sector. He also works as a life skills coach and college lecturer at several institutions and corporations across the country and is proficient in establishing creative ...

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Sunday Memoirs

Readings from the new revolutionary textbook BH365: An Inclusive Account of American History by Dr. Walter Milton, Jr. and Dr. Joel Freeman.

Sunday Memoirs  takes a look back in the past to find inspiration for the future. We will take time to share great inspiring accounts and building moments of the Black Church and others, depicting religious traditions and spiritual awakenings that contributed to the foundation of ...

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Happy New Year 2021 from BHM365!

May the year bring more joy, comfort, and prosperity.

Let every endeavor you do help someone along the way this year. Help them to become better than they were the previous year.

God bless you and keep your faith strong and focused on what is right and important in life. Lay aside the many things that has kept us back for pursuing what is purposeful in our lives and catch hold of the many opportunitie...

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The Ring Shout

The Ring Shout is one of the oldest customs in African American culture. It dates back to the beginning of enslavement in the U.S. when captives combined elements of Christianity with African songs and dance rituals. Africans began the practice so they and their descendants could keep the rhythms of their heritage alive. Some of us would compare this as the "holy dance" growing up today in our own church pract...

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Purchase the Texas Edition and get one-year subscription of the engaging BH365 E-book/App, which houses multimedia and easy to use content, features captivating stories from Black history. The QR codes embedded in the hardcopy book are replaced with digital interactive buttons in the desktop and mobile app.


Order a copy of the book at https://www.blackhistory365education.com/joannescaife 

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