Rallying For Black Heritage

Interviewing Velma Maia Thomas, Author of The Book “Lest We Forget”

Mama Joy March 7, 2020 301

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In this interview Mama Joy explores our American historical journey through the eyes of historian Velma Maia Thomas.  Sharing with us her amazing new book  “Lest We Forget” on

She has authored several nonfiction books including the award-winning interactive Lest We Forget: The Passage from Africa to Slavery and Emancipation. (Ran House, 1997) now a collector’s item

She has served as manager of the Shrine of the Black Madonna Cultural Center and Book store in Atlanta, from 1987 to 2000. She created the nationally acclaimed Black Holocaust Exhibit, a collection of original documents on slavery in America.

This episode is an excerpt from a podcast conducted on BlogTalkRadio “Female Solution” Show by Naimah Latif.

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Mama Joy

Mama Joy (Joy Sigur Ramza Woods) is A Podcast Host, and Lecturer On The Divine, Economic, and Cultural Role Of “Emancipation Proclamation” In Negro and American History. She is a proud grandmother, retired educator, minister, singer, pianist, community activist.

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