Saturday, April 19, 2014

W.E. A.L.L. B.E. TV: Death In 60 Days: The Booker T. Washington Murder Conspiracy Exposed!!! With Author Sis. Paulette Davis-Horton, RN BSN

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W.E. A.L.L. B.E. TV: Death In 60 Days: The Booker T. Washington Murder Conspiracy Exposed!!!

Featured Guest...

Sis. Paulette Davis-Horton aka 'The History Lady' author of 'Death In 60 Days: Who Silenced Booker T. Washington?'

Buy the book @ Amazon.com:

This book traces the last days of the life of Booker T. Washington, Founder of Tuskegee Institute now known as Tuskegee University. He was on vacation in Mobile, Alabama from Sept. 18, 1915 through Oct. 1, 1915 where he relaxed, fished and hunted. On October 17, 1915 he made his last speech to the student body on the importance of teamwork. His last public appearance was in New Haven, CT. on Oct. 25, 1915. A week later while in New York the newspapers reported that he had a nervous breakdown and was aging rapidly. The hospital record dated November 1, 1915 stated that he had no mental symptoms. After reviewing all the documentation using various sources, a professional nurse will show that Booker T. Washington was the victim of a cleverly planned assassination. Additionally, the death of this leader is associated with the 40 year Tuskegee Syphilis Study. This book is very thought provoking and interesting. It will make you want to look deeper into the story. The reader will see how this great leader enjoyed a restful vacation along the Gulf Coast and within 60 days he was dead and buried. His death changed the course of American history. See if you can figure out "WHO SILENCED BOOKER T. WASHINGTON?"

About The Author

Sis. Paulette Davis-Horton has been a registered nurse for over 20 years. She is the author of the history book called "Avenue: The Davis Avenue Story" and the co-author of "In Memory of You-An Educational Legacy", a book which highlights school names in Mobile, Alabama. She is currently completing a history of the historic black churches in Mobile, Alabama. Upon retirement she plans to become a preschool teacher.

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As you read the book and listen to the broadcast here are some questions that you should ponder:

1.) Is Booker T. Washington actually buried at Tuskegee University?

2.) How are secret societies such as ‘Skull and Bones’ and ‘The Boule’ connected to Booker T. Washington’s career and death?

3.) How is Booker T. Washington’s death connected to the infamous Tuskegee Experiment?

4.) What is the NAACP’s connection to Booker T. Washington’s death?

5.) What individuals or organizations benefited from Booker T. Washington’s death?

6.) Why were there two caskets at Booker T. Washington’s funeral?

7.) Why was there a floral arrangement shaped like a pyramid with a cross on top of Booker T. Washington’s grave?

8.) Was Booker T. Washington a victim of body theft and organ harvesting?

9.) Was the illuminati involved in Booker T. Washington’s death? If so how?

10.) Was Booker T. Washington a blood sacrifice?

11.) Why did a sizable number of people connected to Booker T. Washington’s professional life commit ‘suicide’ or died mysterious or unexplainable deaths?

12.) What is meant when it is stated in the media and medical documents of the era that Booker T. Washington was suffering and died from ‘racial characteristics’?

13.) Was Booker T. Washington’s death an inside job?

14.) What role does numerology play in the life and death of Booker T Washington?

15.) During Booker T. Washington’s time in New York why was there conflicting telegrams sent back to Tuskegee concerning his health status?

16.) Why did two New York City Newspapers offer different accounts concerning Booker T. Washington’s health status? 

17.) Why are key original medical documents and correspondences missing from several important archives including the U.S. Library of Congress that are related to Booker T. Washington' last days and death?

18.) Was Booker T. Washington treated at St. Luke's Hospital or the Rockefeller Institute for his mystery illness?

19.) Does It Really Matter???

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And The Best Is Yet To Come!!!

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The MEaning BEhind The Art You Should Buy: R2C2H2 Tha Artivist Explains "New Testament: The Crucifixion & Resurrection Of Homer G. Phillips"~2/22/2014

"New Testament: The Crucifixion & Resurrection Of Homer G. Phillips" By Bro. Ron aka R2C2H2 Tha Artivist
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W.E. A.L.L. B.E. TV: The MEaning BEhind The Art: R2C2H2 Tha Artivist Explains "New Testament: The Crucifixion & Resurrection Of Homer G. Phillips"~2/22/2014
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About Homer G. Phillips



(Sunrise 4/1/1880-Sunset 6/18/1931)


Prominent St. Louis Lawyer Homer G. Phillips led a successful grassroots effort in the 1920s that forced the city of St. Louis to allocate funds to build a respectable hospital for Black St. Louis...Homer G. Phillips was also a well respected Black leader within the Black St. Louis community who was very visible, vocal and active in the political arena and in the service of his people on a daily basis…He paid for those valiant efforts with his life…After leaving his home at 1121 Aubert Avenue, near Fountain Park, on the morning of June 18, 1931, Homer G. Phillips was assassinated while waiting for a downtown streetcar on Delmar Blvd. by two Black assailants…One of the assailants punched him while the other or maybe both shot him at point blank range…


Supposedly the police quickly suspected the family of the late George Fitzhugh, whose estate Homer G. Phillips defended for Fitzhugh's daughter from a counterclaim…Allegedly Fitzhugh’s family were irate over the lawyer fee and Homer G. Phillips’ refusal to release the settlement from escrow…



St. Louis police arrested George Fitzhugh's grandson, George McFarland, 18, and his friend, Augustus Brooks, 19…They were charged with murder…McFarland and Brooks were both acquitted in separate trials in 1932…One witness disappeared while another one had suffered a nervous breakdown…The case remains unsolved to this day…

Thousands jammed the old St. Paul AME Church for Homer G. Phillips' home going…Feeling the zeitgeist or spirit of the time, the St. Louis Board of Aldermen swiftly voted to name the new black hospital in Phillips’ memory and honor….

Although the man was gone his legacy lived and thrived…His namesake, Homer G. Phillips Hospital, which opened in 1937, by 1961 had trained more Black doctors and nurses than any place in the world...By 1948, its medical residents included more than one third of all graduates from the two American black medical schools, and in the 1940s and 1950s it was a leader in developing the practice of intravenous feeding and treatments for gunshot wounds, ulcers, and burns. Not only did it house a nursing school, but also schools for training x-ray technicians, laboratory technicians and medical record-keeping…It also began offering training and work to foreign doctors who were being denied by other hospitals because of their race...

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And The Best Is Yet To Come!!!

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Thursday, April 10, 2014

W.E. A.L.L. B.E. Radio: Death In 60 Days: The Booker T. Washington Murder Conspiracy Exposed!!! With author Sis. Paulette Davis-Horton, RN BSN (Sun. 4/13/2014~4PM E/ 3PM C/ 1PM P)

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W.E. A.L.L. B.E. Radio: Death In 60 Days: The Booker T. Washington Murder Conspiracy Exposed!!!

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

Date: Sunday April 13, 2014

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Featured Guest...

Sis. Paulette Davis-Horton aka 'The History Lady' author of 'Death In 60 Days: Who Silenced Booker T. Washington?'

Buy the book @ Amazon.com:

This book traces the last days of the life of Booker T. Washington, Founder of Tuskegee Institute now known as Tuskegee University. He was on vacation in Mobile, Alabama from Sept. 18, 1915 through Oct. 1, 1915 where he relaxed, fished and hunted. On October 17, 1915 he made his last speech to the student body on the importance of teamwork. His last public appearance was in New Haven, CT. on Oct. 25, 1915. A week later while in New York the newspapers reported that he had a nervous breakdown and was aging rapidly. The hospital record dated November 1, 1915 stated that he had no mental symptoms. After reviewing all the documentation using various sources, a professional nurse will show that Booker T. Washington was the victim of a cleverly planned assassination. Additionally, the death of this leader is associated with the 40 year Tuskegee Syphilis Study. This book is very thought provoking and interesting. It will make you want to look deeper into the story. The reader will see how this great leader enjoyed a restful vacation along the Gulf Coast and within 60 days he was dead and buried. His death changed the course of American history. See if you can figure out "WHO SILENCED BOOKER T. WASHINGTON?"

About The Author

Sis. Paulette Davis-Horton has been a registered nurse for over 20 years. She is the author of the history book called "Avenue: The Davis Avenue Story" and the co-author of "In Memory of You-An Educational Legacy", a book which highlights school names in Mobile, Alabama. She is currently completing a history of the historic black churches in Mobile, Alabama. Upon retirement she plans to become a preschool teacher.

***

As you read the book and listen to the broadcast here are some questions that you should ponder:
1.) Is Booker T. Washington actually buried at Tuskegee University?

2.) How are secret societies such as ‘Skull and Bones’ and ‘The Boule’ connected to Booker T. Washington’s career and death?

3.) How is Booker T. Washington’s death connected to the infamous Tuskegee Experiment?

4.) What is the NAACP’s connection to Booker T. Washington’s death?

5.) What individuals or organizations benefited from Booker T. Washington’s death?

6.) Why were there two caskets at Booker T. Washington’s funeral?

7.) Why was there a floral arrangement shaped like a pyramid with a cross on top of Booker T. Washington’s grave?

8.) Was Booker T. Washington a victim of body theft and organ harvesting?

9.) Was the illuminati involved in Booker T. Washington’s death? If so how?

10.) Was Booker T. Washington a blood sacrifice?

11.) Why did a sizable number of people connected to Booker T. Washington’s professional life commit ‘suicide’ or died mysterious or unexplainable deaths?

12.) What is meant when it is stated in the media and medical documents of the era that Booker T. Washington was suffering and died from ‘racial characteristics’?

13.) Was Booker T. Washington’s death an inside job?

14.) What role does numerology play in the life and death of Booker T Washington?

15.) During Booker T. Washington’s time in New York why was there conflicting telegrams sent back to Tuskegee concerning his health status?

16.) Why did two New York City Newspapers offer different accounts concerning Booker T. Washington’s health status? 

17.) Why are key original medical documents and correspondences missing from several important archives including the U.S. Library of Congress that are related to Booker T. Washington' last days and death?

18.) Was Booker T. Washington treated at St. Luke's Hospital or the Rockefeller Institute for his mystery illness?

19.) Does It Really Matter???

***

And The Best Is Yet To Come!!!

***

Support The W.E. A.L.L. B.E. Movement!!!
Donate online:

Or send a money order to
the following address:
Attn: Ron Herd II
The W.E. A.L.L. B.E. Group Inc.
P.O. Box 752062
Memphis, TN 38175

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Tuesday, April 08, 2014

W.E. A.L.L. B.E. TV: "Still Good Times: Eric Monte, The GodFather Of The Black TV Sitcom & Visionary BEhind Cooley High"

W.E. A.L.L. B.E. TV: "Still Good Times: Eric Monte, The GodFather Of The Black TV Sitcom & Visionary BEhind Cooley High"
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ERIC MONTE’S STORY

I created the television show “Good Times,” the characters George and Louise Jefferson of  “The Jeffersons.” I also wrote the movie “Cooley High,” upon which the television show, “What’s Happening?” was based, not to mention that I created the television show, “The Cosby Show."

“Cooley High” was made for $750 thousand dollars and grossed over $100 million in the box office. All those things were block buster hits and made people hundreds of millions of dollars but yet I ended up living in a homeless shelter because I was cheated out of all the money those things made because of my ignorance and race.

When I came to Hollywood I was a young black high school dropout from the streets of Chicago who’s desire was to improve the images of black people on the screen and in books. In 1970 Norman Lear produced a show called “All in the Family.” He hired a guy named Mike Evans to play a character called Lionel. Lionel’s first line on “All in the Family” was, ‘I’s gwine get an edjumakation.’ The kind of degrading stereotypic thing I had come to Hollywood to change. I knew Mike.

One day Mike came to me and said that he was on this show called “All in the Family,” and that all he had was a walk on, walk off part. He said that there were a lot of people writing for the show and getting paid. He’d heard that I was a good writer and he wanted me to write a show, centering on his character, he would put both our names on it and take it in to Norman Lear. I wrote the episode in which I created Lionel’s mother and father, George and Louise Jefferson. George was a successful black man who didn’t like white people and called them “Honkies.” Mike took the script in to Norman and two weeks later Norman Lear sent for me. The first thing Norman said when I walked into his office was, ‘America will never buy a black man calling white people honky on a sit-com.’ I said, ‘they will if you keep it funny.’ You can’t be that funny he told me. “I can,” I said. He said he wanted to talk about something else. He sent for Mike Evans who was on the set rehearsing “All in the Family.”

While we were waiting he told me that “All in the Family,” was originally an English show and that he had another English
show that he was getting ready to produce about a junkman called “Steptoe and Son.” I recommended Redd Foxx for the part because Redd was playing a junk man in a movie called “Cotton Comes to Harlem,” and I’d been a fan of Redd’s for years. Norman, who had never heard of Redd Foxx, told me that it was a white show and that it wouldn’t work with a black actor.

Mike came up and Norman said he wanted to do a black show and asked if we had any ideas. I immediately pitched “The Black Family,” which came on the air three years later as “Good Times.”

A few months after that first meeting he started shooting “Sanford and Son,” with Redd Foxx as the lead character. I tried out for the role as Lamont but Norman told me that I was a writer not an actor.

Tha Artivist Says:

In 1977, Eric Monte filed a $400 Million Dollar lawsuit against Norman Lear, ABC, CBS and Bud Yorkin for theft of his intellectual property…He won the case and only got $1 million dollars…With the exception of writing an episode for “Moesha” and another one for “The Wayans Bro. Show,” he was effectively Blacklisted & never worked full-time in Hollywood again…


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W.E. A.L.L. B.E. TV: Harpo's Revenge: Willard Pugh Talks 'Color Purple,' Oprah & 'Hollywood'~12/25/2010

W.E. A.L.L. B.E. TV: Harpo's Revenge: Willard Pugh Talks 'Color Purple,' Oprah & 'Hollywood'~12/25/2010
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About The Guest & Show

Born June 16, 1959, in Memphis, TN, Willard E. Pugh is one of the most underrated and underutilized character actors of his generation.  You probably recognize his face in some of your favorite actors' favorite movies...Whether he is playing the seemingly emasculated yet likable Harpo in the classic The Color Purple, the nefariously comical and audacious record exec Trustus in CB4 or the bombastic, corrupt and audacious Mayor Kuzak of Detroit in the Robocop movie franchise, Bro. Willard proves time and time again in his invaluable sliver of time shared on the silver screen that it is the quality of the performance and not quantity of lines that wins over an audience and that separates the amateurs from the immortals.

In our nearly marathon conversation conducted on Christmas Day 2010, W.E. A.L.L. B.E. Radio discussed his rise from his humble beginnings in Memphis, TN, and into the stratosphere with the chance of the lifetime he got when he was picked to act in arguably one of the greatest African American themed films ever created with a tour de force ensemble cast, a cast which also featured a relative newcomer and a popular regional Chicago talk show host at that time, Oprah Winfrey.

Willard E. Pugh leaves no stones unturned and no bridges untorched in discussing the triumphs and disappointments of his career...The highs are really high while the lows are really low...He mercilessly offers with brilliant comedic timing and riveting social commentary, insight that Richard Pryor or a Chris Rock could enjoy, his thoughts on some very touchy and controversial subjects including...

* A scathing critique of the Hollywood Machine

* The real truth about the Oscars

*The disturbing things not shown on the The Color Purple 25th Anniversary Special produced by The
Oprah Show

*The Backlash from the African American Community concerning The Color Purple release and the short
term and long term consequences of that the backlash.

*The movie Precious

*Tyler Perry and his business practices


AND SO MUCH MORE!!!*The State of Black Hollywood 2010

*The history of Black entertainment in America

*Pres. Barack Obama

*His Dream Movie Project

And check out the filmography of this unsung acting legend...He got cred yo!!!

    1982 : Divided We Fall .... Runaway Slave
    1984 : Toy Soldiers .... Ace
    1985 : Moving Violations .... Jeff Roth
    1985 : The Hills Have Eyes Part II .... Foster
    1985 : Stand Alone .... Macombers
    1985 : The Color Purple .... Harpo
    1986 : Blue City .... Leroy
    1986 : Native Son .... Gus
    1987 : Amazon Women on the Moon .... Speaking Cop (segment "Video Date")
    1987 : Made in Heaven .... Guy Blanchard / Brian Dalton
    1988 : Traxx .... Deeter
    1990 : RoboCop 2 .... Mayor Kuzak
    1991 : Guyver .... Col. Castle
    1991 : A Rage in Harlem (A Rage in Harlem) .... Claude X
    1991 : Ambition .... Freddie
    1992 : Eddie Presley .... Nick
    1993 : CB4 .... Trustus
    1994 : Puppet Master 5: The Final Chapter .... Jason
    1995 : Under the Hula Moon .... Duane
    1997 : Air Force One .... White House Communications Officer
    1998 : High Freakquency .... Dale
    1998 : Progeny (Progeny) .... Eric Davidson
    1998 : Spoiler .... Bounty #2
    2000 : Today's Life .... The PR Man
    2000 : Up Against Amanda .... Officer Wharton
    2001 : The Big Leaf Tobacco Company .... Mr. Franklin
    2007 : Mil Mascaras vs. the Aztec Mummy
    2010 :Kings Of The Evening


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And The Best IYet To Come!!!

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Support The W.E. A.L.L. B.E. Movement!!!
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Attn: Ron Herd II
The W.E. A.L.L. B.E. Group Inc.
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Memphis, TN 38175

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