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'Speaking of my History' narrated by GB the Speaker. Speaking of my History is a weekly podcast that highlights Leaders, Educators, Inventor's, Artist and more. This will be a weekly podcast that will keep you wanting to know more about your history. Also watch the visual to each episode on our Facebook, IGTV or YouTube.

Latest Episodes

Season 1 episode 5 - Claudette Colvin a pioneer of the Civil Rights Movement

"Speaking of my History" Podcast, we talk about Claudette Colvin. Claudette Colvin is a pioneer of the Civil Rights Movement. On March 2, 1955, she was arrested for refusing to give up her seat on a bus in segregated Montgomery, Alabama, nine months prior to Rosa Parks' famous arrest for the same offense.

5 MIN2018 NOV 9
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Season 1 episode 5 - Claudette Colvin a pioneer of the Civil Rights Movement

season 1 episode 4 - Reginald F. Lewis richest African-American in 1980s

"Speaking of My History" season 1 episode 4 - Reginald F. Lewis (December 7, 1942 – January 19, 1993), was an American businessman. He was the richest African-American man in the 1980s. Born in Baltimore, Maryland, he grew up in a middle-class neighborhood. He won a football scholarship to Virginia State College, graduating with a degree in economics in 1965. He graduated from Harvard Law School in 1968 and was a member of Kappa Alpha Psi. Recruited to top New York law firm Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP immediately after law school, Lewis left to start his own firm two years later. After 15 years as a corporate lawyer with his own practice, Lewis focused on corporate law, structuring investments in minority-owned businesses and became special counsel to major corporations like General Foods and Equitable Life (now AXA). Mr. Lewis was also counsel to the New York-based Commission for Racial Justice and represented The Wilmington Ten. He was successful in forcing North...

7 MIN2018 NOV 2
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season 1 episode 4 - Reginald F. Lewis richest African-American in 1980s

Season 1 Episode 3 "Fritz Pollard one of the first African-American players and the first African-American head coach in the NFL. Speaking of my History Podcast!

Season 1 Episode 3 'Frederick Douglass "Fritz" Pollard' one of the first African-American players and the first African-American QB & Head Coach in the NFL in 1920 the year the National Football league (NFL) was founded.

6 MIN2018 SEP 13
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Season 1 Episode 3 "Fritz Pollard one of the first African-American players and the first African-American head coach in the NFL. Speaking of my History Podcast!

Season 1 episode 2 - Black U.S Military bands

"Speaking of my History" season 1 episode 2. Black US Army bands and their bandmasters.

1 MIN2018 SEP 9
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Season 1 episode 2 - Black U.S Military bands

Season 1 episode 1 - "Dr. Olivia J. Hooker" first African American Woman to join the U.S Coast Guard.

New Episode "Speaking of my History" season 1 episode 2 " Dr. Olivia J. Hooker" first African American Woman to join the U.S Coast Guard and the last living survivor of the Tulsa Massacre of Black Wall Street in 1921. Dr. Hooker is 103 years old! This was a very enlightening story and I hope it encourages you. Enjoy! #SpeakingofmyHistory #Podcast #ONTV #OliviaHooker #FirstBlackWomaninUScoastguard #BlackWallStreet

5 MIN2018 SEP 9
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Season 1 episode 1 - "Dr. Olivia J. Hooker" first African American Woman to join the U.S Coast Guard.
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Latest Episodes

Season 1 episode 5 - Claudette Colvin a pioneer of the Civil Rights Movement

"Speaking of my History" Podcast, we talk about Claudette Colvin. Claudette Colvin is a pioneer of the Civil Rights Movement. On March 2, 1955, she was arrested for refusing to give up her seat on a bus in segregated Montgomery, Alabama, nine months prior to Rosa Parks' famous arrest for the same offense.

5 MIN2018 NOV 9
Comments
Season 1 episode 5 - Claudette Colvin a pioneer of the Civil Rights Movement

season 1 episode 4 - Reginald F. Lewis richest African-American in 1980s

"Speaking of My History" season 1 episode 4 - Reginald F. Lewis (December 7, 1942 – January 19, 1993), was an American businessman. He was the richest African-American man in the 1980s. Born in Baltimore, Maryland, he grew up in a middle-class neighborhood. He won a football scholarship to Virginia State College, graduating with a degree in economics in 1965. He graduated from Harvard Law School in 1968 and was a member of Kappa Alpha Psi. Recruited to top New York law firm Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP immediately after law school, Lewis left to start his own firm two years later. After 15 years as a corporate lawyer with his own practice, Lewis focused on corporate law, structuring investments in minority-owned businesses and became special counsel to major corporations like General Foods and Equitable Life (now AXA). Mr. Lewis was also counsel to the New York-based Commission for Racial Justice and represented The Wilmington Ten. He was successful in forcing North...

7 MIN2018 NOV 2
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season 1 episode 4 - Reginald F. Lewis richest African-American in 1980s

Season 1 Episode 3 "Fritz Pollard one of the first African-American players and the first African-American head coach in the NFL. Speaking of my History Podcast!

Season 1 Episode 3 'Frederick Douglass "Fritz" Pollard' one of the first African-American players and the first African-American QB & Head Coach in the NFL in 1920 the year the National Football league (NFL) was founded.

6 MIN2018 SEP 13
Comments
Season 1 Episode 3 "Fritz Pollard one of the first African-American players and the first African-American head coach in the NFL. Speaking of my History Podcast!

Season 1 episode 2 - Black U.S Military bands

"Speaking of my History" season 1 episode 2. Black US Army bands and their bandmasters.

1 MIN2018 SEP 9
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Season 1 episode 2 - Black U.S Military bands

Season 1 episode 1 - "Dr. Olivia J. Hooker" first African American Woman to join the U.S Coast Guard.

New Episode "Speaking of my History" season 1 episode 2 " Dr. Olivia J. Hooker" first African American Woman to join the U.S Coast Guard and the last living survivor of the Tulsa Massacre of Black Wall Street in 1921. Dr. Hooker is 103 years old! This was a very enlightening story and I hope it encourages you. Enjoy! #SpeakingofmyHistory #Podcast #ONTV #OliviaHooker #FirstBlackWomaninUScoastguard #BlackWallStreet

5 MIN2018 SEP 9
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Season 1 episode 1 - "Dr. Olivia J. Hooker" first African American Woman to join the U.S Coast Guard.
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