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Tellers of the Untold

Vanessa Wright

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Tellers of the Untold is a platform to recognize fragments of our past, so our story will be complete and that we as Black American's can be truly united and reconciled with the country and ourselves.

Latest Episodes

The FIRST BLACK-AMERICAN TO EARN A BACHELOR’S DEGREE FROM AN AMERICAN COLLEGE

In this episode, Vanessa introduces Alexander L. Twilight who is not only the first black American to receive a bachelor's degree from an American College or University but the first for a few more things.

10 MINJAN 15
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The FIRST BLACK-AMERICAN TO EARN A BACHELOR’S DEGREE FROM AN AMERICAN COLLEGE

My thought on Kwanzaa

In this episode, Vanessa expresses her thoughts on the holiday Kwanzaa..

10 MINJAN 4
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My thought on Kwanzaa

I chat with a Chicago homeless man

In this episode I speak to a homeless chicago man about his story.

6 MIN2019 DEC 12
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I chat with a Chicago homeless man

Episode 28: Gertrude Jeannette

Gertrude Hadley Jeannette became the first woman in New York City licensed to drive a motorcycle. She was the first woman licensed to drive a cab. She became the first black actor to appear on National Television.

12 MIN2019 NOV 22
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Episode 28: Gertrude Jeannette

Honoring our Veterans

In this episode, Charcia talks about her experience being black and a woman in the army.

25 MIN2019 NOV 12
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Honoring our Veterans

The First Black woman to receive a patent in the U.S

In this episode, Vanessa will be discussing Sarah E. Goode who was an entrepreneur and inventor. She was the very first American woman of African heritage to receive a patent from the United States Patent and Trademark Office 1885 (Patent #322,17).

12 MIN2019 NOV 6
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The First Black woman to receive a patent in the U.S

Chicago Teachers demand Education Justice and Equality

Chicago Teachers have on strike for the 9th (now 10th) day. They are fighting for smaller class sizes, special education needs, librarians, social workers and more. Black and brown students are suffering the most from the inequity in Chicago's public schools. The lack of Black teachers is also a concern. The statistics provided below are from the CPS website.StudentsTotal: 361,314 (2018-2019 20th Day Enrollment)Student EnrollmentPreschool: 17,668Kindergarten: 24,128Elementary (1-8): 213,651Secondary (9-12): 105,867Additional student informationEconomically Disadvantaged Students: 76.6%English Language Learners (ELL): 18.7%Students with IEPs: 14.1%Student Racial MakeupAfrican American: 36.6%Asian: 4.1%Asian/Pacific Islander (retired): 0.0%Hawaiian/Pacific Islander: 0.2%Hispanic: 46.7%Multi-Racial: 1.2%Native American/Alaskan: 0.3%White: 10.5%Not Available: 0.3%Information provided by the Office of School Quality Measurement. To see detailed reports about these and other measures,clic...

-1 s2019 OCT 30
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Chicago Teachers demand Education Justice and Equality

Mental Health in the Black Community

In this episode, the teller, Ms. Asia Cross, discusses her experience working with black children and adults with cognitive disabilities and mental health and how her faith played a part.

17 MIN2019 OCT 9
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Mental Health in the Black Community

What should Black American's know about Ghana?

In this episode, Vanessa speaks with a woman from Ghana, asking her perspective on what she thinks about black Americans and what we should know about Ghana.

7 MIN2019 OCT 2
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What should Black American's know about Ghana?

The Power of a Mother’s Faith: A tribute to Laura!

The teller today is Janelle, also known as "Janelle Ja." The topic, "Christianity in the Black community" led to a beautiful dedication to Janelle's grandmother (mom), as she expresses the power of her mother's faith in God.

24 MIN2019 SEP 22
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The Power of a Mother’s Faith: A tribute to Laura!

Latest Episodes

The FIRST BLACK-AMERICAN TO EARN A BACHELOR’S DEGREE FROM AN AMERICAN COLLEGE

In this episode, Vanessa introduces Alexander L. Twilight who is not only the first black American to receive a bachelor's degree from an American College or University but the first for a few more things.

10 MINJAN 15
Comments
The FIRST BLACK-AMERICAN TO EARN A BACHELOR’S DEGREE FROM AN AMERICAN COLLEGE

My thought on Kwanzaa

In this episode, Vanessa expresses her thoughts on the holiday Kwanzaa..

10 MINJAN 4
Comments
My thought on Kwanzaa

I chat with a Chicago homeless man

In this episode I speak to a homeless chicago man about his story.

6 MIN2019 DEC 12
Comments
I chat with a Chicago homeless man

Episode 28: Gertrude Jeannette

Gertrude Hadley Jeannette became the first woman in New York City licensed to drive a motorcycle. She was the first woman licensed to drive a cab. She became the first black actor to appear on National Television.

12 MIN2019 NOV 22
Comments
Episode 28: Gertrude Jeannette

Honoring our Veterans

In this episode, Charcia talks about her experience being black and a woman in the army.

25 MIN2019 NOV 12
Comments
Honoring our Veterans

The First Black woman to receive a patent in the U.S

In this episode, Vanessa will be discussing Sarah E. Goode who was an entrepreneur and inventor. She was the very first American woman of African heritage to receive a patent from the United States Patent and Trademark Office 1885 (Patent #322,17).

12 MIN2019 NOV 6
Comments
The First Black woman to receive a patent in the U.S

Chicago Teachers demand Education Justice and Equality

Chicago Teachers have on strike for the 9th (now 10th) day. They are fighting for smaller class sizes, special education needs, librarians, social workers and more. Black and brown students are suffering the most from the inequity in Chicago's public schools. The lack of Black teachers is also a concern. The statistics provided below are from the CPS website.StudentsTotal: 361,314 (2018-2019 20th Day Enrollment)Student EnrollmentPreschool: 17,668Kindergarten: 24,128Elementary (1-8): 213,651Secondary (9-12): 105,867Additional student informationEconomically Disadvantaged Students: 76.6%English Language Learners (ELL): 18.7%Students with IEPs: 14.1%Student Racial MakeupAfrican American: 36.6%Asian: 4.1%Asian/Pacific Islander (retired): 0.0%Hawaiian/Pacific Islander: 0.2%Hispanic: 46.7%Multi-Racial: 1.2%Native American/Alaskan: 0.3%White: 10.5%Not Available: 0.3%Information provided by the Office of School Quality Measurement. To see detailed reports about these and other measures,clic...

-1 s2019 OCT 30
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Chicago Teachers demand Education Justice and Equality

Mental Health in the Black Community

In this episode, the teller, Ms. Asia Cross, discusses her experience working with black children and adults with cognitive disabilities and mental health and how her faith played a part.

17 MIN2019 OCT 9
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Mental Health in the Black Community

What should Black American's know about Ghana?

In this episode, Vanessa speaks with a woman from Ghana, asking her perspective on what she thinks about black Americans and what we should know about Ghana.

7 MIN2019 OCT 2
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What should Black American's know about Ghana?

The Power of a Mother’s Faith: A tribute to Laura!

The teller today is Janelle, also known as "Janelle Ja." The topic, "Christianity in the Black community" led to a beautiful dedication to Janelle's grandmother (mom), as she expresses the power of her mother's faith in God.

24 MIN2019 SEP 22
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The Power of a Mother’s Faith: A tribute to Laura!
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