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Sun. Feb. 16, 2014 @ 3pm C/4pm E/1pm P~W.E. A.L.L. B.E. Radio: "'Spies Of Mississippi' & 'Giving Justice Crusader Bro. Alvin Sykes His Just Due Along With Flowers'!!!"

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W.E. A.L.L. B.E. Radio: "'Spies Of Mississippi' & 'Giving Justice Crusader Bro. Alvin Sykes His Just Due Along With Flowers'!!!" 

 W.E. A.L.L. B.E. Radio: Resurrecting Black Radio One Podcast At A Time!!!

Date: Sunday Feb. 16, 2014


4pm Eastern/3pm Central/1pm Pacific

 This is a 2 hour show/discussion

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***With Special Co-Host Dr. Leah***

Featured Guests & Topics...

1st Hour
 'The Spies Of Mississippi' Revisited


Featured Guests...
1.) Sis. Dawn Porter (Director/Producer) of 'Spies Of Mississippi,' 'Gideon's Army' & Co-Founder of Trilogy Films

Dawn Porter is an award-winning producer/director whose most recent documentary, Gideon’s Army, won the 2013 Sundance Editing Award in addition to the Tribeca All Access Creative Promise Award. The film has received generous grants from the Ford Foundation, The Tribeca Film Institute, The Sundance Film Institute and Chicken & Egg Pictures. The film will be broadcast by HBO in Summer 2013. Dawn previously worked as Director of Standards and Practices at ABC News and as a Vice President of Standard and Practices at A&E Television Networks. Dawn was an Executive Producer on Serious Moonlight (Magnolia Pictures), written by Adrienne Shelley and starring Meg Ryan and Timothy Hutton and The Green (Showtime Networks) starring Cheyenne Jackson (30 Rock) and Julia Ormond.

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2.) 'Spies Of Mississippi' Star, Civil Rights Legend & 2010 W.E. A.L.L. B.E. Artivist Of The Year Sis. Margaret Block!!!

Sis. Margaret: A Grassroots General That Can Carry A Tune 
Sis. Margaret Block (photo courtesy of W.E. A.L.L. B.E. News)
Miss. Civil Rights Legend Sis. Margaret Block Demonstrates & Discusses The Importance Of Freedom Songs In The Mississippi Civil Rights Movement @ The 46th Annual Mississippi Civil Rights Martyrs Memorial Service In Neshoba County, Ms...6/19/2010.

W.E. A.L.L. B.E. TV: Freedom Singing With Sis. Margaret Block, An American Civil Rights Legend

Sis. Margaret Block is a true grassroots cultural warrior activist…She has been a Freedom Fighter using words and song to fight bigotry and racial oppression since the 1960s American Civil Rights Movement, working alongside now legendary icons such as Stokely Carmichael and Fannie Lou Hamer in the very brutal Mississippi Delta Campaign. Coming from a long line of activists which included her brother, the very charismatic and highly revered Sam Block (the SNCC Field Secretary for the Northern Mississippi campaign), Sis. Margaret knew that serving the people was not only a choice, but a calling much like folks called to preach. 

Her activities in the movement raised the ire of many powerful entities and enemies of the people including the Klu Klux Klan and The Mississippi Sovereignty Commission a.k.a. The White Citizens Council…She became the target of so many death threats that she at one point had to be smuggled out of Charleston,MS, in a funeral hearse driven by unsung Mississippi Civil Rights Martyr Birdia Keglar. Since coming back to Cleveland, MS, from Oakland,CA, some years ago she has picked up where she left off in the 60s, not missing a beat. 

W.E. A.L.L. B.E. TV: "Sis. Margaret Block: If You Don't Vote Don't Cry..."

Delta State University
(Cleveland, MS) 9/19/2013


2nd Hour
"Giving Justice Crusader Bro. Alvin Sykes Is His Just Due Along With Flowers!!!"

Featured Guest:
3.) Legendary Civil Rights Crusader & The Kansas City Public Library's 2013 Scholar In Residence Bro. Alvin Sykes

As a self-taught human rights worker who relies on local libraries for his primary research, the Kansas City Public Library's 2013 scholar in residence Bro. Alvin Sykes works with the justice system on behalf of minorities and the poor.
A True Man Of Action, Bro. Alvin Sykes has testified before Congress, bend the ears of politicians, and played an instrumental role  in creating the Emmett Till Unsolved Civil Rights Crime Act, which gives the U.S. Department of Justice the means to investigate long-ago cases of civil rights violations.
Yet much of his work has been low profile: a case of workplace discrimination here, food stamps denied or an unfair eviction there. Frequently, his work is not only unpublicized but also uncompensated which equates to unsung. However, today we pay homage to the man and sing his praises!!!

The Kansas City Public Library: A Conversation With Alvin Sykes 1/30/2014

More Bro. Alvin Sykes On W.E. A.L.L. B.E.:

W.E. A.L.L. B.E. Radio: "Echoes Of Emmett & Justice For Keith Warren" 9/15/2013
(2nd Hour) LISTEN:

W.E. A.L.L. B.E. Radio: "Meet Alvin Sykes: Civil Rights Cold Case Justice Crusader" 4/1/2009

A Great Profile Of Civil Rights Cold Case Justice Crusader Alvin Sykes...


And The Best Is Yet To Come!!!


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