Saturday, July 07, 2007

This Sunday The Pen Is Mightier Than The Sword On W.E. A.L.L. B.E. Radio...

This Month's Theme On W.E. A.L.L. B.E. Radio: Revelations And Great Expectations...

Please Join Us This Sunday July 8, 2007 @ 4PM Central/5pm Eastern For Tha Artivist Presents...W.E. A.L.L. B.E. Radio

Link To Listen To Show Live: Call In Number: 646-652-4593

Our Scheduled Featured Guests Are...

1.) Civil Rights Movement Veteran, Activist, Author And Educator Sherie Labedis
(Sherie Holbrook)

SCLC, SCOPE, South Carolina, 1965-66

I was a voter registration worker in rural Berkeley County, SC. I walked miles and encouraged entire farming communities to register and vote. We helped the local workers de-segregate restaurants. We helped people fill out confusing paperwork. We were witnesses to the fact that white people are not all prejudiced.

I went south feeling like I was taking freedom to the people I would find there. Instead they taught me wisdom, patience and endurance. I attended Allen University, an African Methodist Episcopal college in Columbia, SC. I was the only white student. I became a U.S. history teacher and retired after 35 years to write a book about my experiences. My story "A Line in the Sand" was published in Chicken Soup for the African American Woman's Soul.

2.) Author Extraordinaire, Entrepreneur And Enamored With The Culture Of Hip Hop Shamontiel L. Vaughn a.k.a. Maroon Sista

ABOUT THE NOVEL Change For A Twenty:
Growing up is hard enough, but when six completely opposite people meet to argue, cry, laugh, pledge, fight, and hang together on a Historically Black College campus, a bond is formed. Seleste is a college junior with her own place, no boyfriend, and determined to hold on to her virginity. Her best friend, Cara, is a college junior who lives in the dorms, has an on-again off-again boyfriend, Arnez, and thinks sex is the answer to all her problems. Travis, nicknamed Memo, is a troubled senior from New York who came to Chicago, running from his fathers past as a crooked cop. Jermaine wants to join a fraternity and O wants to get rid of the Super Senior trait hes earned. Change for a Twenty is a fiction novel set in Chicago about six college friends, two nemeses, and the path to adulthood.

Check out Shamontiel L. Vaughn's debut on W.E. A.L.L. B.E. Radio:

Also, feel free to visit the Geocities page to find out more background information on the author and the book.

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