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Strengthening the relationships between all African ancestored descendants

Tuesday, August 2, 2011

Be sure to join us tomorrow night on Over Troubled Water's Blog Talk Radio show which will start at the following time:

  • 8pm Eastern
  • 7pm Central
  • 6pm Mountain
  • 5pm Pacific
Ms. Edna Foster

One of our guests will be retired educator, Ms. Edna Foster.  Ms. Foster received her Bachelor's in Education from Wilberforce University in Ohio and a Master's Degree in Education from Lewis University in Romeoville, Illinois.   She spent the majority of her time teaching in the Joliet Public School in Illinois, and experienced school integration there.  She has also taught extension courses for National College of Education in Illinois during her tenure in the public school system. 

Ms. Foster will share important advice with our listeners which will help them to understand how to supplement their children's education and help them get off to a good start.  If there is any question as to whether you will benefit from what she will share, then just take a look at me.  She is my mom!

Queen Sheba, Over Troubled Water Contributor

Tomorrow night, we will also have as our guest, a contributor of Over Troubled Water, Queen Sheba who will identify the things we need to unlearn.  Sister Sheba has been very ambitious about helping our people unlearn the behaviors we developed during slavery.  Her life is a shining example of not letting the travesties of life overcome you.  She has overcome and wants to help others do the same so that we do not pass our negative influences on to the next generation.

Listen by calling in: (424) 675-8247

Create an account ahead of time, or sign in using you Facebook username and password before the show. 
Then you will be able to participate in our chat room which will be open during the show.

 We have an extra special surprise!  We expect an African storyteller to call in from Zimbabwe to share a story pertinent to our topic!  You will not want to miss this show!

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