Our black history segment today is on John Marrant, the first black missionary to Native American tribes. We follow up with some good news segments out of David and Tim’s stack- A House Energy and Commerce Committee meetings starts off with everyone being given a Bible. A revival is happening at a Christian University in Ohio. More organizations and government projects are now denying Chinese products and involvement. All of this and more on Good News Friday!
A Response To The 1619 Project, Part 2 - With Tim Barton At The ProFamily Legislators Conference: It's Black History month; but, you may have never heard of several of these influential black Americans. Why? Their lives do not follow the mainstream narrative. Today we continue sharing Tim Barton's response to the 1619 Project. Tune in to hear this important broadcast!
America's Lost Heroes - African American Patriots: Were all the Founders racists slave owners; or, were many of them actually abolitionists? Were slave-owning Founding Fathers the exception or the rule? Did you know in Maryland more blacks than whites voted to ratify the Constitution? Do you know when the first black American held an elected office? Have you heard of Robert Smalls, a general in the Civil War? How about Benjamin Banneker? Tune in to hear why Black History is part of our American History.