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10:40 am
Fri November 1, 2013

Faith Matters: David Langston

On this installment of Faith Matters we talk with David Langston about the Morality, Ethics and Faith in the rollout of ObamaCare.  Plus, local health initiatives. 

You can hear Faith Matters every Sunday at 5:00pm only on 89.1, Lubbock's Voice of the Arts.

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10:10 am
Fri November 1, 2013

Faith Matters: Clark Cochran

This week Ryon Price and David Cruz visit with Clark Cochran and discuss Morality, Ethics and Faith in the midst of a Government Shutdown, Gridlock, Political Polarization.

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2:32 pm
Tue October 29, 2013

Curious George: A Halloween Boo Fest Thursday @ 7a

Catch this spooktacular Halloween special this Thursday, October 31st at 7:00am.

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4:04 pm
Mon October 28, 2013

The African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross -Episode Two Tuesday @7pm on KTTZ-TV

The Age of Slavery illustrates how black lives changed dramatically in the aftermath of the American Revolution. For free black people in places like Philadelphia, these years were a time of tremendous opportunity. But for most African Americans, this era represented a new nadir. The cotton industry fueled the rapid expansion of slavery into new territories, and a Second Middle Passage forcibly relocated African Americans from the Upper South into the Deep South. Yet as slavery intensified, so did resistance.

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1:53 pm
Mon October 21, 2013

The African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross Premieres Tuesday @ 7p on KTTZ-TV

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The Black Atlantic explores the truly global experiences that created the African American people. Beginning a full century before the first documented “20-and-odd” slaves arrived at Jamestown, Virginia, the episode portrays the earliest Africans, both slave and free, who arrived on the North American shores. Soon afterwards, the Trans-Atlantic slave trade would become a vast empire connecting three continents. Through stories of individuals caught in its web, like a 10-year-old girl named Priscilla who was transported from Sierra Leone to South Carolina in the mid-18th century, we trace the emergence of plantation slavery in the American South. The late 18th century saw a global explosion of freedom movements, and The Black Atlantic examines what that Era of Revolutions—American, French and Haitian—would mean for African Americans, and for slavery in America.

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