Kandake Amanirenas - Konquering Queen of Kush
In this episode, I take the opportunity to say thank you to the amazing supporters of the show and to you the listeners.
I speak about why I started the show and give a hint at where it's going.
Miss Lala - The Iron Jawed Acrobat
Miss Lala was born Anna Olga Albertina Brown to Wilhelm Brown and Marie Christine Borchardt, on April 21, 1858, in the former German (but now Polish) city of Stettin (Szczecin).
Miss Lala though possessed incredible strength, an all-around circus performer she worked at various times as a wire walker, trapeze artist, hand balancer, strong woman and incredibly enough an iron jaw performer.
Episode 6 - The Legend of Bill Richmond - The First Black Sports Star
This Episode Is about Bill Richmond. When we think about black sports stars we often go to names such as Muhammad Ali, Jackie Robinson, perhaps Kareem Abdul Jabbar or even Jack Johnson, however, if we dig a little deeper and look a little harder we might come across the Legend of Bill Richmond the first black sports star.
Bonus Content - Jessica Jane Robinson / Resilience Birthright
Bonus Content - Blazing Billards
Cisero Murphy (1937–1996) was an American professional pool player. Murphy was the first African-American professional pocket billiards player to ever win world and U.S. national titles.
This recording was provided by Tyriek Murphy and he does an amazing job of honouring his ancestor.