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Remembering The Birth of A Queen: Coretta Scott King Addresses Harvard's Graduating Class of 1968
#SavagePolitics is pleased to present this special installment to commemorate the life of a queen. Today we honor Coretta Scott King on her day of birth and I am reading her speech to the graduating class of Harvard given July 1, 1968. The (edited) transcript that I read from can be found on Harvard's Magazine webpage, while the speech in its entirety is available on YouTube. What Mrs. King shares in this speech is as relevant today as it was when delivered 50+ years ago!
Dr. King's Birmingham Letter from Jail as read by Erica Savage
#SavagePolitics is pleased to present the #BlackHistoryMonth installment of the Black and Empowered Series! In celebration of Black History, I am reading Dr. Martin Luther King Jr's Letter from a Birmingham Jail - it is timely and a sobering reminder of the work still to be done for a community often lacking authentic and consistent allyship. Please play this reading in your homes, cars with your children, young adults, family, as a #BlackHistory enhancment for your class and for your own listening pleasure.
I also invite you to join me for my #Instagram morning show every Monday/Wednesday/Friday at 7:30AM for 7 minutes @1ericasavage for the #SavagePoliticalBite - the #1 morning political conversation primer in the nation!!! The #SavagePoliticalBite helps to inform you for your morning meeting, coffee chat, conversing with your colleague and overall engagement. I believe that information is empowering, so join me for your #SavagePoliticalBite this Wednesday and Friday (and Monday's beginning February 24)!
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Why HBCUs Deserve Federal Funding and OUR Support with Dr. Sherice Janaye Nelson!
#SavagePolitics is pleased to present the #BlackHistoryMonth installment of the Black and Empowered series! Today's episode features scholar and #HBCU advocate Dr. Sherice Janaye Nelson.
Dr. Sherice Janaye Nelson is a dynamic speaker and passionate professor who is proud to be only HBCU educated. She received her PhD in Political Science from the distinguished Howard University at the age of 27 making departmental history. Dr. Nelson earned her Masters from the University of the District of Columbia, and gr
The Perfect Storm for Political Participation! Scholar and Political Scientist, Dr. Avis Jones-Deweever shares her exper"tea"se for 2020!
Today's episode of Savage Politics is the next installment of the November 2019 Power to the People series featuring scholar and political scientist, the incomparable Dr. Avis Jones-Deweever!
Dr. Avis Jones-DeWeever, is an Award-Winning Author, stro
Who Will Train The Replacements? The New Emerging King, King Randall I
Today's episode of Savage Politics features the first of several interviews for November's Power to the People series! The first of the series is a community force and shifter, King Randall I.
King is a 20 year old community shifter and the founder of the "X" for Boys organization in Albany, Ga where the motto is, "Let US Make Man"
He hosts a va
Ask the question! America's 5 Minute Advocate, Chonya Johnson
Today's episode of Savage Politics features an interview with America's 5 Minute Advocate, firebrand and political scientist, Chonya Johnson.
Chonya Johnson, is a seasoned policy advisor serving in the United States Congress. She handles key policy issues in Health, Education, Labor, Immigration and International Affairs.
Since 1999, she has gained valuable, first-hand experiences on the intricacies of government and