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Chicago’s Black Business RADIO Network (CBBRN) introduces a new series that highlights our past episodes. In this first segment, we focus on an event that was pivotal to the forward movement of the civil rights moment. On August 28, 1955, Emmett Louis Till, age 14, was abducted, tortured, and murdered in Money, Mississippi. Listen to our interview with Reverend Wheeler Parker, Emmett Till’s cousin, the boy who was with him on that historic day. To listen to the entire interview, CLICK HERE. Our next brief excerpt is from Yoki Songmaker, The Grant Guru has assisted hundreds of companies in their business development. You can find her at: https://ysongmaker.com or https://thegreatgrantbook.com To listen to the entire interview, CLICK HERE. Sonja Cassandra Perdue, Executive Produce, Chicago’s Black Business Radio Network
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Chicago’s Black Business RADIO Network (CBBRN) introduces a new series that highlights our past episodes. In this first segment, we focus on an event that was pivotal to the forward movement of the civil rights moment. On August 28, 1955, Emmett Louis Till, age 14, was abducted, tortured, and murdered in Money, Mississippi. Listen to our interview with Reverend Wheeler Parker, Emmett Till’s cousin, the boy who was with him on that historic day. To listen to the entire interview, CLICK HERE. Our next brief excerpt is from Yoki Songmaker, The Grant Guru has assisted hundreds of companies in their business development. You can find her at: https://ysongmaker.com or https://thegreatgrantbook.com To listen to the entire interview, CLICK HERE. Sonja Cassandra Perdue, Executive Produce, Chicago’s Black Business Radio Network
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