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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.
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Now Available!  Black History 365 is a U. S. History textbook or eBook documenting the unique stories of Black persons, groups, and cultures in North America, beginning in Ancient Africa continuing to modern events and movements. This interactive history/social science textbook can be used independently or as text and includes interactive instructor resources that will engage all learners. The gateway to connecting history to daily life, this transcendent approach to American history allows students of all ethnicities to engage in meaningful conversations with teachers, peers, and their families...through the lens of Black History.Full of rarely told history lessons, the BH365 curriculum has exclusive access to more than 3,000 original artifacts that take students and educators on a colorful journey to embracing an inclusive account of American history.Order Today at  https://www.blackhistory365education.com/orderCONTACT US833-FTH-INFOPO Box 151569Arlington TX 76015Check us out on social media:FacebookTwitterInstagram
Cynthia Salley Nicholson, PhD Educator/Program Coordinator at NSU Dr. Cynthia Salley Nicholson has spent over 25 years of her career as an educator in secondary and post-secondary English. Currently, she serves as a program coordinator at Norfolk State University (NSU) in Virginia. She chose to continue her career at an historically black college and university (HBCU), because Dr. Nicholson credits this type of institution for giving her a chance many years ago. Working in the School of Education at NSU, Dr. Nicholson continues her research with issues of access and equity among teacher education students. She is committed to reimagining ways that teacher education practitioners best prepare students to serve in public schools. Objectively, Dr. Nicholson finds in necessary to address hiring and retention practices that will sustain teachers of color, especially when it comes to promoting acceptance and tolerance for Black female identity. Her most recent research and publications have included works that share stories from the Black female experience in school and higher education. Prior to joining the NSU family, Dr. Nicholson served as the Dean for the School of Arts and Sciences at Chowan University in Murfreesboro, North Carolina (2014 – 2020). She was the first Black woman to hold that position in the school’s history. Fostering academic excellence, Dr. Nicholson managed and collaborated activities for the university’s largest school housing eight academic departments. Much of her work included efforts to expand curriculum to meet the needs of underserved students. From adding grammar labs for composition classes to creating African American literature classes for non-majors, Dr. Nicholson worked to diversify curriculum by adding more inclusive course offerings. As an administrator, she was noted for her collaborative leadership style. Student learning and student success were at the core of her passion as a leader. Dr. Nicholson spent 11 years as a high school English teacher. Holding multiple positions from mentor teacher to district literacy coach, she has obtained secondary English teaching certifications and taught in the states of South Carolina, Virginia, Arizona, and Georgia. She earned a BA degree in English from Newberry College (1992). Her teacher certification was earned at South Carolina State University, an HBCU (1993). Both her MS in Secondary Education (2003) and MA in English (2007) were earned from Old Dominion University. As a doctoral student, Dr. Nicholson was awarded the Underrepresented Graduate Enrichment Match Fellowship to complete her studies at Arizona State University where she earned a PhD in English Education (2011). To pre-purchase a copy of the BH365 curriculum visit at:www.blackhistory365edcation.com.Follow Us weekly, every Friday at www.BHM365.com Email us at info@bhm365.comEpisodes Edited by: Juels N. Evans, Tech Engineer EditorPodcast music: Soundstrips.com, Title-Bitz*This is apart of BH365 Education posted for the public.
William E. JonesPresident of Virginia Black History Month Association Mr. William E. Jones, USMC (retired) was born in Brooklyn, New York and was raised in Baltimore, Maryland where he enlisted in the Marine Corps in July 1981. During his 21-year tenure as a Marine, he fulfilled various assignments to include supporting the Multi-National Peacekeeping Force in Beirut, Lebanon and participating in Operation Desert Shield/Desert Storm.As a government civilian, Mr. Jones has worked with the U.S. Navy as the Deputy Assistant Program Manager for Systems Engineering as well as with the Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA) as Deputy Program Manager for the Biological Combat Assessment System. He later held the position of Program Manager for DTRA’s Transformational Medical Technologies Program. Today, Mr. Jones is a Senior Management Analyst at Marine Corps Systems Command in Quantico, Virginia. Several years ago, Mr. Jones was selected to serve on the Board of Directors of the Gladys P. Todd Academy, which tutored and mentored young high school students which provided college scholarships that allow them to graduate from community college before graduating from high school. Last year, Mr. Jones was elected as the Vice-Chairman and Board of Directors of the Marine Corps Systems Command’s Diversity Awareness Program. The program manages and oversees the celebrations for the eight Special Emphasis Programs recognized by the Department of Defense.Mr. Jones’ impressive and extensive educational background includes graduating from the U.S. Army Chemical School and Parachute School. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Psychology with a minor in Behavioral Science from the University of Maryland. He is also a graduate of the Whiting School of Engineering at Johns Hopkins University, with a Master of Science in Systems Engineering. In 2016, Mr. Jones furthered his graduate studies at the University of Maryland, graduating with a Master of Business Administration (MBA).His decorations include: the Meritorious Service Medal, the Navy Commendation Medal 2nd award, the Marine Expeditionary Medal, the National Defense Medal, the Southwest Asia Service Medal, the Marine Corps Recruiting Ribbon, the Kuwait Liberation Medal, and the U.S. Army Parachute Wings.Mr. Jones hobbies include volunteering as a Sabbath School Teacher and Assistant Head Elder at the Fredericksburg Seven-Day Adventist Church where he worships, as well as serving as Founder/President of the Virginia Black History Month Association. He was also appointed to the Spotsylvania County Board of Directors for Minority Affairs Committee, which ensures fair and equal hiring for local county positions. In 2004, he was selected for the Department of Defense “2005 Today’s Military” ad campaign, which published his picture and personal story in magazines like Ebony, Money, The Smithsonian, Sports Illustrated, and many more.Mr. Jones currently resides in Spotsylvania, Virginia with his wife of 32 years, Wanda, and their five children, Jessica (35) a Clinical Pharmacist, Danielle (33) a Chemist with the EPA, Joshua (29), AV Technician employed with the University of Mary Washington, Matthew (27) a college Junior, and Benjamin (20), a Music Major and recent graduate from the University of Mary Washington.To pre-purchase a copy of the BH365 curriculum visit at:www.blackhistory365edcation.com.Follow Us weekly, every Friday at www.BHM365.com Email us at info@bhm365.comEpisodes Edited by: Juels N. Evans, Tech Engineer EditorPodcast music: Soundstrips.com, Title-Bitz*This is apart of BH365 Education posted for the public.
William E. JonesPresident of Virginia Black History Month Association Mr. William E. Jones, USMC (retired) was born in Brooklyn, New York and was raised in Baltimore, Maryland where he enlisted in the Marine Corps in July 1981. During his 21-year tenure as a Marine, he fulfilled various assignments to include supporting the Multi-National Peacekeeping Force in Beirut, Lebanon and participating in Operation Desert Shield/Desert Storm. As a government civilian, Mr. Jones has worked with the U.S. Navy as the Deputy Assistant Program Manager for Systems Engineering as well as with the Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA) as Deputy Program Manager for the Biological Combat Assessment System. He later held the position of Program Manager for DTRA’s Transformational Medical Technologies Program. Today, Mr. Jones is a Senior Management Analyst at Marine Corps Systems Command in Quantico, Virginia. Several years ago, Mr. Jones was selected to serve on the Board of Directors of the Gladys P. Todd Academy, which tutored and mentored young high school students which provided college scholarships that allow them to graduate from community college before graduating from high school. Last year, Mr. Jones was elected as the Vice-Chairman and Board of Directors of the Marine Corps Systems Command’s Diversity Awareness Program. The program manages and oversees the celebrations for the eight Special Emphasis Programs recognized by the Department of Defense. Mr. Jones’ impressive and extensive educational background includes graduating from the U.S. Army Chemical School and Parachute School. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Psychology with a minor in Behavioral Science from the University of Maryland. He is also a graduate of the Whiting School of Engineering at Johns Hopkins University, with a Master of Science in Systems Engineering. In 2016, Mr. Jones furthered his graduate studies at the University of Maryland, graduating with a Master of Business Administration (MBA). His decorations include: the Meritorious Service Medal, the Navy Commendation Medal 2nd award, the Marine Expeditionary Medal, the National Defense Medal, the Southwest Asia Service Medal, the Marine Corps Recruiting Ribbon, the Kuwait Liberation Medal, and the U.S. Army Parachute Wings. Mr. Jones hobbies include volunteering as a Sabbath School Teacher and Assistant Head Elder at the Fredericksburg Seven-Day Adventist Church where he worships, as well as serving as Founder/President of the Virginia Black History Month Association. He was also appointed to the Spotsylvania County Board of Directors for Minority Affairs Committee, which ensures fair and equal hiring for local county positions. In 2004, he was selected for the Department of Defense “2005 Today’s Military” ad campaign, which published his picture and personal story in magazines like Ebony, Money, The Smithsonian, Sports Illustrated, and many more. Mr. Jones currently resides in Spotsylvania, Virginia with his wife of 32 years, Wanda, and their five children, Jessica (35) a Clinical Pharmacist, Danielle (33) a Chemist with the EPA, Joshua (29), AV Technician employed with the University of Mary Washington, Matthew (27) a college Junior, and Benjamin (20), a Music Major and recent graduate from the University of Mary Washington. To pre-purchase a copy of the BH365 curriculum visit at:www.blackhistory365edcation.com.Follow Us weekly, every Friday at www.BHM365.com Email us at info@bhm365.comEpisodes Edited by: Juels N. Evans, Tech Engineer EditorPodcast music: Soundstrips.com, Title-Bitz*This is apart of BH365 Education posted for the public.
Melvin ForbesPresident and CEOForbes ConsultingPart 2 InterviewMelvin Forbes, President and CEO of Forbes Consulting, Inc. got his start at NASA Space Center when he was just 19 years old. That opportunity was a milestone that spring boarded lifelong career achievements.  Since then, Melvin has made significant contributions in executive consultation, strategic development, marketing and process improvements for public, private, domestic and international communities. Forbes maintains a diversified education in Information Technology and Business Management including an executive specialization from Harvard University. Forbes’ political influence has acquired him White House appointed positions serving the Former President Clinton Administration and Former President Bush Administration as well as with The White House Weed and Seed Commission. He has also upheld State appointed positions such as on the Maryland Correctional Enterprise Council via Governor Martin O’ Malley; the Maryland State Technology Board via Governor Glendening; the Maryland Correctional Services Enterprise Management Council via Governor Robert Ehrlich, Jr.; as well as on the Maryland State Use Industries Management Council and the Maryland State Partnership for Workforce Quality. During the heart of the Telecommunications’ era boom from 1982 – 1997, Forbes led MCI Telecommunications, Inc. as Corporate Director into new territories, taking the enterprise from $3 Million to $26 Billion by driving trans-formative strategies, technologies, tools and techniques, creating the first global competition market in the Telecom industry.In the next years, Forbes directed McKissack & McKissack in implementing standards and policies to improve technology infrastructure, costs and efficiencies across more than 200 projects division-wide. As President and CEO of Wilkerson Sports Enterprises, Inc., Forbes strategized business development, operations and implementation for domestic and international commerce. And as Chief Strategic Officer at Bowie State University, Forbes advanced major initiatives in Information Technology and Healthcare services within collaborative Federal, State and corporate partnerships. Today, Forbes serves as Chairman of The U.S. Army Advisory Board, where he is actively leveraging his experience and influence on advance missions in improving military processes and programs through collaboration with corporate and government leaders across the country.  Forbes continues to focus his strengths in providing executive consulting, strategic development, marketing and process improvements for a range of public, private, domestic and international clients. As a business advocate, he interfaces regularly with government officials as a key promoter for small and minority business affairs as well as those serving veteran communities and other under served markets. His accomplishments have been published in “The Wall Street Journal,” “The Washington Post,” and “Black Enterprises” to name a few.To pre-purchase a copy of the BH365 curriculum visit at:www.blackhistory365edcation.com.Follow Us weekly, every Friday at www.BHM365.com Email us at info@bhm365.comEpisodes Edited by: Juels N. Evans, Tech Engineer Editor*This is apart of BH365 Education posted for the public.
Melvin ForbesPresident and CEOForbes ConsultingMelvin Forbes, President and CEO of Forbes Consulting, Inc. got his start at NASA Space Center when he was just 19 years old. That opportunity was a milestone that spring boarded lifelong career achievements.  Since then, Melvin has made significant contributions in executive consultation, strategic development, marketing and process improvements for public, private, domestic and international communities. Forbes maintains a diversified education in Information Technology and Business Management including an executive specialization from Harvard University. Forbes’ political influence has acquired him White House appointed positions serving the Former President Clinton Administration and Former President Bush Administration as well as with The White House Weed and Seed Commission. He has also upheld State appointed positions such as on the Maryland Correctional Enterprise Council via Governor Martin O’ Malley; the Maryland State Technology Board via Governor Glendening; the Maryland Correctional Services Enterprise Management Council via Governor Robert Ehrlich, Jr.; as well as on the Maryland State Use Industries Management Council and the Maryland State Partnership for Workforce Quality. During the heart of the Telecommunications’ era boom from 1982 – 1997, Forbes led MCI Telecommunications, Inc. as Corporate Director into new territories, taking the enterprise from $3 Million to $26 Billion by driving trans-formative strategies, technologies, tools and techniques, creating the first global competition market in the Telecom industry.In the next years, Forbes directed McKissack & McKissack in implementing standards and policies to improve technology infrastructure, costs and efficiencies across more than 200 projects division-wide. As President and CEO of Wilkerson Sports Enterprises, Inc., Forbes strategized business development, operations and implementation for domestic and international commerce. And as Chief Strategic Officer at Bowie State University, Forbes advanced major initiatives in Information Technology and Healthcare services within collaborative Federal, State and corporate partnerships. Today, Forbes serves as Chairman of The U.S. Army Advisory Board, where he is actively leveraging his experience and influence on advance missions in improving military processes and programs through collaboration with corporate and government leaders across the country.  Forbes continues to focus his strengths in providing executive consulting, strategic development, marketing and process improvements for a range of public, private, domestic and international clients. As a business advocate, he interfaces regularly with government officials as a key promoter for small and minority business affairs as well as those serving veteran communities and other under served markets. His accomplishments have been published in “The Wall Street Journal,” “The Washington Post,” and “Black Enterprises” to name a few.To pre-purchase a copy of the BH365 curriculum visit at:www.blackhistory365edcation.com.Follow Us weekly, every Friday at www.BHM365.com Email us at info@bhm365.comEpisodes Edited by: Juels N. Evans, Tech Engineer Editor*This is apart of BH365 Education posted for the public.
Dr. Donald Q. Fozard, SrPastor/BusinessmanThis part 2 of 2 interview with Dr. Donald Q. Fozard, Sr.Apostle Donald Q. Fozard, Sr. was born in Durham, North Carolina. He is the son of the late Ila Magnum Fozard. He is married to the former Nora Lee Lyons. Together they have been blessed with eight children, Thirty-three grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren. Apostle Fozard is a graduate of Hillside High School. He received a Bachelor of Theology Degree from Union Christian Bible Institute and an Honorary Doctorate Degree from Hosanna Bible College in Durham, North Carolina. In 1978, Minister Donald Q. Fozard, Sr., who had been ordained in the ministry for less than one year, was asked to minister at Mount Zion Baptist Church every Sunday. He became the Pastor of Mount Zion Baptist Church on the second Sunday in December 1978. In 1984, after much prayer, Mount Zion Baptist Church became Mount Zion Christian Church. Moreover, because of the growing membership, physical space at the church became gravely inadequate. Being led by the Holy Spirit, Pastor Fozard decided that the new building at 3519 Fayetteville St. would be built by faith. On Sunday, September 10, 1989, Pastor Fozard led the Mount Zion Christian Church congregation as they marched to the new 43,000 square foot edifice mortgage free. In 1986, God revealed to Pastor Fozard the staggering influence of secular humanism upon students in the public-school system. Thus, he along with his wife was to start Mount Zion Christian Academy. Mount Zion Christian Academy is accredited by the International Christian Accrediting Association (ICAA) and the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Council on Accreditation and School Improvement (SACS CASI). The academy has produced successful students in an array of fields both academically and athletically. In 1982, Pastor Donald Q. Fozard, Sr. and Elder Nora L. Fozard conceived the vision for Hosanna Bible College (HBC). As co-founders of HBC respectively, initially, the objective of HBC was to prepare preachers and teachers for the gospel ministry. However, the vision has expanded to include curriculum and training that would prepare laypersons, clergy and professionals who have a God consciousness. The vision came into fruition in August 1992. In 2011, Apostle Fozard and his wife became the owners of World of Excellence Beauty College, Inc., which was formed for educational and instructional purposes, teaching young men and women the art of cosmetology.To pre-purchase a copy of the BH365 curriculum visit at:www.blackhistory365edcation.com.Follow Us weekly, every Friday at www.BHM365.com Email us at info@bhm365.comEpisodes Edited by: Juels N. Evans, Tech Engineer Editor*This is apart of BH365 Education posted for the public.
Dr. Donald Q. Fozard, SrPastor/BusinessmanThis part 1 of 2 interview with Dr. Donald Q. Fozard, Sr.Apostle Donald Q. Fozard, Sr. was born in Durham, North Carolina. He is the son of the late Ila Magnum Fozard. He is married to the former Nora Lee Lyons. Together they have been blessed with eight children, Thirty-three grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren. Apostle Fozard is a graduate of Hillside High School. He received a Bachelor of Theology Degree from Union Christian Bible Institute and an Honorary Doctorate Degree from Hosanna Bible College in Durham, North Carolina. In 1978, Minister Donald Q. Fozard, Sr., who had been ordained in the ministry for less than one year, was asked to minister at Mount Zion Baptist Church every Sunday. He became the Pastor of Mount Zion Baptist Church on the second Sunday in December 1978. In 1984, after much prayer, Mount Zion Baptist Church became Mount Zion Christian Church. Moreover, because of the growing membership, physical space at the church became gravely inadequate. Being led by the Holy Spirit, Pastor Fozard decided that the new building at 3519 Fayetteville St. would be built by faith. On Sunday, September 10, 1989, Pastor Fozard led the Mount Zion Christian Church congregation as they marched to the new 43,000 square foot edifice mortgage free. In 1986, God revealed to Pastor Fozard the staggering influence of secular humanism upon students in the public-school system. Thus, he along with his wife was to start Mount Zion Christian Academy. Mount Zion Christian Academy is accredited by the International Christian Accrediting Association (ICAA) and the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Council on Accreditation and School Improvement (SACS CASI). The academy has produced successful students in an array of fields both academically and athletically. In 1982, Pastor Donald Q. Fozard, Sr. and Elder Nora L. Fozard conceived the vision for Hosanna Bible College (HBC). As co-founders of HBC respectively, initially, the objective of HBC was to prepare preachers and teachers for the gospel ministry. However, the vision has expanded to include curriculum and training that would prepare laypersons, clergy and professionals who have a God consciousness. The vision came into fruition in August 1992. In 2011, Apostle Fozard and his wife became the owners of World of Excellence Beauty College, Inc., which was formed for educational and instructional purposes, teaching young men and women the art of cosmetology.To pre-purchase a copy of the BH365 curriculum visit at:www.blackhistory365edcation.com.Follow Us weekly, every Friday at www.BHM365.com Email us at info@bhm365.comEpisodes Edited by: Juels N. Evans, Tech Engineer Editor*This is apart of BH365 Education posted for the public.
JOHN LEWIS: CIVIL RIGHTS ACTIVIST“It does not matter what language you speak or the color of your skin, it does not matter whether you worship one God, many gods or no gods. We are one people, one family. (John Lewis)Died Friday, July 17, 2020 at the age of 80. John Lewis was a longtime civil rights activist, congressman, author and ordained Baptist minister who preached about getting in “good trouble”. He was a founding member and former chairman of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee, Lewis was among the demonstrators beaten by police after walking across the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama, in 1965. At 23 years old, he was the youngest speaker at the 1963 March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, which he helped to organize, stepping to the microphone shortly before the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I Have a Dream” speech. John Lewis, was a son of a sharecropper, who graduated from American Baptist Theological Seminary (now American Baptist College) in Nashville, Tennessee, and later earned a bachelor’s degree in religion and philosophy from Fisk University. In 1961, Lewis applied to be a Freedom Rider, a member of a corps of civil rights workers who sought to desegregate buses in the South. Appointed by President Jimmy Carter in the 1970's to lead a national volunteer program. In 1981, he was elected to the Atlanta City Council and served as a member of Congress since his 1986 election. President Barack Obama presented in 2011 the Presidential Medal of Freedom to U.S. Rep. John Lewis. Civil Rights Room in the Nashville Public Library in Nashville, Tennessee, written above the door his famous words:“IF NOT US, THEN WHO? IF NOT NOW, THEN WHEN?"To find out more about African American history order the new curriculum, "BH365: An Inclusive Account of American History" at www.blackhistory365education.com.Biographical Information: Book:  Across That Bridge: A Vision for Change and the Future of America, Wikipedia
Celebrating the life of his friend and brother in Christ the late John Lewis.An in depth one-on-one interview with one of our giant history-makers of today, Dr. Bernard Lafayette, Jr., Civil Rights Activist and Freedom Rider. This is a two part interview.Rev. Dr. Bernard Lafayette, Jr. (Part 2 Interview)Civil Rights ActivistThe Rev. Dr. Bernard LaFayette, Jr., an ordained minister, is a longtime civil rights activist, organizer, and an authority on nonviolent social change. He co-founded the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) in 1960, and he was a core leader of the civil rights movement in Nashville, Tennessee, in 1960 and in Selma, Alabama, in 1965. He directed the Alabama Voter Registration Project in 1962, and he was appointed by Martin Luther King, Jr. to be national program administrator for the Southern Christian Leadership Conference and national coordinator of the 1968 Poor People’s Campaign. Dr. LaFayette earned his B.A. from the American Baptist Theological Seminary in Nashville, Tennessee, and his Ed.M. and Ed.D from Harvard University. He has served on the faculties of Columbia Theological Seminary in Atlanta and Alabama State University in Montgomery, where he was Dean of the Graduate School; he also was principal of Tuskegee Institute High School in Tuskegee, Alabama and a teaching fellow at Harvard University. His publications include the Curriculum and Training Manual for the Martin Luther King, Jr., Nonviolent Community Leadership Training Program, his doctoral thesis, Pedagogy for Peace and Nonviolence, and Campus Ministries and Social Change in the ‘60’s (Duke Divinity Review) and The Leaders Manual: A Structured Guide and Introduction to Kingian Nonviolence with David Jehnsen. Bernard LaFayette has traveled extensively to many countries as a lecturer and consultant on peace and nonviolence. Dr. LaFayette has served as Distinguished Scholar in Residence and Director of the Center for Nonviolence and Peace Studies at the University of Rhode Island. He is chairperson for the Southern Christian Leadership Conference’s Board of Directors and currently serves as an advisor to James Wagner, President of Emory University where he founded the Emory Center for Advancing Nonviolence (ECAN). A native of Tampa, Florida, Dr. LaFayette is married to the former Kate Bulls.To pre-purchase a copy of the BH365 curriculum visit at:www.blackhistory365edcation.com.Follow Us weekly, every Friday at www.BHM365.com Email us at info@bhm365.comEpisodes Edited by: Juels N. Evans, Tech Engineer Editor*This is apart of BH365 Education posted for the public.
Celebrating the life of his friend and brother in Christ the late John Lewis.An in depth one-on-one interview with one of our giant history-makers of today, Dr. Bernard Lafayette, Jr., Civil Rights Activist and Freedom Rider. This is a two part interview.Rev. Dr. Bernard Lafayette, Jr. (Part 1 Interview)Civil Rights ActivistThe Rev. Dr. Bernard LaFayette, Jr., an ordained minister, is a longtime civil rights activist, organizer, and an authority on nonviolent social change. He co-founded the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) in 1960, and he was a core leader of the civil rights movement in Nashville, Tennessee, in 1960 and in Selma, Alabama, in 1965. He directed the Alabama Voter Registration Project in 1962, and he was appointed by Martin Luther King, Jr. to be national program administrator for the Southern Christian Leadership Conference and national coordinator of the 1968 Poor People’s Campaign. Dr. LaFayette earned his B.A. from the American Baptist Theological Seminary in Nashville, Tennessee, and his Ed.M. and Ed.D from Harvard University. He has served on the faculties of Columbia Theological Seminary in Atlanta and Alabama State University in Montgomery, where he was Dean of the Graduate School; he also was principal of Tuskegee Institute High School in Tuskegee, Alabama and a teaching fellow at Harvard University. His publications include the Curriculum and Training Manual for the Martin Luther King, Jr., Nonviolent Community Leadership Training Program, his doctoral thesis, Pedagogy for Peace and Nonviolence, and Campus Ministries and Social Change in the ‘60’s (Duke Divinity Review) and The Leaders Manual: A Structured Guide and Introduction to Kingian Nonviolence with David Jehnsen. Bernard LaFayette has traveled extensively to many countries as a lecturer and consultant on peace and nonviolence. Dr. LaFayette has served as Distinguished Scholar in Residence and Director of the Center for Nonviolence and Peace Studies at the University of Rhode Island. He is chairperson for the Southern Christian Leadership Conference’s Board of Directors and currently serves as an advisor to James Wagner, President of Emory University where he founded the Emory Center for Advancing Nonviolence (ECAN). A native of Tampa, Florida, Dr. LaFayette is married to the former Kate Bulls.To pre-purchase a copy of the BH365 curriculum visit at:www.blackhistory365edcation.com.Follow Us weekly, every Friday at www.bhm365.comEmail us at info@bhm365.comEpisodes Edited by: Juels N. Evans, Tech Engineer Editor*This is apart of BH365 Education posted for the public.
Frederick DouglassAmerican AbolitionistFrederick Douglass was an American social reformer, abolitionist, orator, writer, and statesman. After escaping from slavery in Maryland, he became a national leader of the abolitionist movement in Massachusetts and New York, gaining note for his oratory and incisive antislavery writings.To find out more about African American history order the new curriculum, "BH365: An Inclusive Account of American History" at www.blackhistory365education.com.Biographical Information: Book: Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass: An American Slave, Wikipedia
A timely interview with one of Nashville’s top education executives Dr. Susan West, Chief of Staff and Vice President to the Office of one the top university’s in the country, Belmont University. Dr. West is the first African America female in a top executive position at Belmont University.  During the 1980's Belmont Mansion, located on the campus, was known to occupy slaves. The University has come a long way and is now diverse and continually working to increase a quality education for any student no matter what ethnicity they come from. Dr. West shares her views on being an African American female in power, discusses today’s racial injustice and offers advice about how we can be the solution and not the problem when dealing with the difficult and confusing times we now face. Belmont University is known for being one of the fastest-growing Christian Universities in the nation with nearly 8500 students hailing from every state and 36 countries. Coined as the “Most Innovative” university with the intent of being a leader among teaching universities, Belmont brings the best in liberal arts and professional education in a Christian community of learning and service. Belmont was established in 1890, and today it remains a private Christian University still helping students to explore their passions and develop their talent to meet the world’s needs. Dr. Susan H. West currently serves as Chief of Staff and Vice President in the Office of the President at Belmont University. During her 31 years at Belmont, she has worked in Admissions, Special Academic Programs, and the University College. An experienced Vice President with a demonstrated history of working in the higher education industry.To pre-purchase a copy of the BH365 curriculum visit at:www.blackhistory365edcation.com.Follow Us weekly, every Friday at www.bhm365.comEmail us at info@bhm365.comEpisodes Edited by: Juels N. Evans, Tech Engineer Editor*This is apart of BH365 Education posted for the public.
Jesse OwensAmerican AthleteJames Cleveland "Jesse" Owens was an American track and field athlete and four-time gold medalist in the 1936 Olympic Games. Owens athleticism was in sprints and the long jump and recognized in his lifetime as "perhaps the greatest and most famous athlete in track and field history". Birth name: James Cleveland Owens Name change: Jesse Owens Nickname: The Buckeye Bullet Born: September 12, 1913 in Oakville, Alabama Died: March 31, 1980 in Tucson, Arizona Buried in Oak Woods Cemetery, Chicago, IL High school: Cleveland East Technical High School College: Ohio State University  Parents: Henry and Emma Owens Siblings: Six brothers and sisters Spouse: Minnie Ruth Solomon Children: Gloria, Beverly and MarleneTo find out more about African American history order the new curriculum, "BH365: An Inclusive Account of American History" at www.blackhistory365education.com. Biographical Information: www.jesseowens.com, Wikipedia
Our Guest Speaker:Chris graduated from The Ohio State University in 1995 where he participated in both track and football. He was an 11 time All American in track and field.  One of his most memorable accomplishments was breaking the legendary Jesse Owens indoor long jump record with a jump of 26ft. 9 ½ in. He was also a member of the football team from 1990-1995.  In 1995 Chris was chosen as a 3rd round draft pick by the Houston Oilers/Tennessee Titans.  That same year he made the All Rookie Team by averaging 23.5 yards per catch. He was also a member of the Super Bowl XXXIV team in 2000. Chris played with the Tennessee Titans from 1995 until his retirement in 2002.  He coached at Christ Presbyterian Academy (CPA) for two years as a receivers coach and is currently working in the counseling department at Montgomery Bell Academy in Nashville, TN. His goal is to work for the NFL doing player development, helping players and their families win on and off the field. Follow Us weekly, every Friday at www.blackhistorymatter365.comFor more information email us at blackhistorymatters@gamil.comPre-purchase our supporters new curriculum/book at www.blackhistory365education.comEpisodes Edited by: Juels N. Evans, Tech Engineer Editor*This is apart of BH365 Education posted for the public. 
An interview with the Dr. Walter Milton, Jr and Dr. Joel Freeman, authors of the revolutionary curriculum "BH365: An Inclusive Account of American History, an educational curriculum focusing on African American History created for school systems around the world. The authors will give an in depth look at the vision and purpose of the curriculum for today. To find out more on how to purchase the new curriculum visit:www.BlackHistory365education.com.Follow Us weekly, every Friday at www.bhm365.comFor more information email us at info@bhm365.comEpisodes Edited by: Juels N. Evans, Tech Engineer Editor*This is apart of BH365 Education posted for the public.
BHM365 Introduction

BHM365 Introduction

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The first launch preamble commercial for BHM365. An overview of the weekly podcast details of the show.Contact: Email: Info@BHM365.comSocial Connections:Facebook: Black History Matters 365 Podcast (@BHM365Podcast)Twitter: Blackhistorymatters365 Podcast (BlackhistoryMa4)Instagram: Blackhistorymatters_podcastPodcast: Bhm365.comShow Technical Production Engineer: Juels N. Evans
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