Tuesday, April 11, 2006

Street Talk Podcast

The gang at Street Talk has turned out a gem.

100 years ago, Springfield, like any southern town had a population of one third blacks. Then, on the horrible Easter weekend of 1906 three innocent blacks were lynched by a mob on the public square.

Have the relations between the races improved since? Is there trust between the black and white communities? Why are there more hispanics and asians in Springfield than blacks?

Note the American flags, and what that emblem is supposed to stand for, flying high over the scene of the crime.

Here is who I know were involved in this production. I know there are more. Please add their names.

Ron Davis - CHATTER

Amy Sholtis - Snarling Marmot

DocLarry - who always remains mysterious - Lost Chord

Be sure to at least listen to the
podcast, and catch the broadcast on MediaCom Channel 15 Wed evening at 6:30. Check CHATTER for the time of the rebroadcasts.


Blogger Ron Davis said...

Thanks for the kind words, John. Much appreciated. I'll add Gerald Fowler, our director, to your list of prop peeps.

8:07 AM, April 12, 2006  

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