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Racism Seen Through BLUE EYES

Black SheepASWIFTT RADIO Host Brenda Diann Johnson on August 22, 2021 at 1:00 pm CST, 2:00 pm EST and 11:00 am PST on the show “Racism Seen Through BLUE EYES,” along with her guest Ray Studevent who authored the book “Black Sheep,” discussed issues of abandonment, belonging, racism, and redemption. Ray Studevent was a bi-racial child who was born to a black alcoholic father and a white heroin addicted mother. After Ray was abandoned by his parents and adopted by his father’s relatives, he began a journey of experiencing racism. Each time he entered a room he had to decide whether it was better to be Black or White. His bi-racial make up of both African-American and Caucasian decent lead to a life- long journey of understanding his true identity. His experience of childhood trauma is now used to educate by telling his story to the world.

     Brenda is a mother, grandmother, author, publisher, educator, entrepreneur, radio host, brenda-johnson-padgitt38-21 speaker and above all a humble servant of God. She is the founder of ASWIFTT PUBLISHING, LLC which is the parent company of ASWIFTT RADIO, ASWIFTT Television, ASWITT Journal and ASWIFTT Records. She enjoys writing and spending time with her daughters, Diamond and Kamille and her grandson, Bryson. Ms. Johnson’s life mission is to use the creative talents God gave her in writing, teaching and speaking to not only have self-fulfillment but to also have an impact on the audience God has predestined for her. 

IMG_4975Ray Studevent was born in 1967 in Washington, D. C.  during the height of the Civil Rights Movement.  His biological parents– a light-skinned alcoholic Black man with a violent streak and a White woman who was a slave to her heroin addiction–abandoned him at age five leaving him orphaned and destitute.  Salvation came to him by way of his Black uncle and aunt who swooped in and took him to live with them in their all Black neighborhood.  But Ray’s newfound happiness came to a crashing halt when two years later, his uncle–the man he had come to idolize as a father and hero–dropped dead right before his very eyes.  Instead of turning the other cheek, his aunt by marriage chose to adopt and raise him in the mean streets of Washington, D. C. at a time when it was known as Chocolate City.  Ray’s life became quite interesting, not to mention dangerous, as a “White” Negro living in the blackest city in America and being raised by a southern Black woman who grew up in Mississippi during the segregated Jim Crow era.  Race and its polarizing issues would play a vital role in Ray’s life.  

     For more information about the show “Racism Seen Through BLUE EYES” contact ASWIFTT RADIO Host, Brenda Diann Johnson at: aswifttradionews@yahoo.com or visit: http://www.aswifttradio.net

     To contact Ray Studevent you can email his agent at:  savvyliterary@yahoo.com 

Listen to the show online: 

 


Racism Seen Through BLUE EYES

Black SheepASWIFTT RADIO Host Brenda Diann Johnson on August 22, 2021 at 1:00 pm CST, 2:00 pm EST and 11:00 am PST on the show “Racism Seen Through BLUE EYES,” along with her guest Ray Studevent who authored the book “Black Sheep,” discussed issues of abandonment, belonging, racism, and redemption. Ray Studevent was a bi-racial child who was born to a black alcoholic father and a white heroin addicted mother. After Ray was abandoned by his parents and adopted by his father’s relatives, he began a journey of experiencing racism. Each time he entered a room he had to decide whether it was better to be Black or White. His bi-racial make up of both African-American and Caucasian decent lead to a life- long journey of understanding his true identity. His experience of childhood trauma is now used to educate by telling his story to the world.

     Brenda is a mother, grandmother, author, publisher, educator, entrepreneur, radio host, brenda-johnson-padgitt38-21 speaker and above all a humble servant of God. She is the founder of ASWIFTT PUBLISHING, LLC which is the parent company of ASWIFTT RADIO, ASWIFTT Television, ASWITT Journal and ASWIFTT Records. She enjoys writing and spending time with her daughters, Diamond and Kamille and her grandson, Bryson. Ms. Johnson’s life mission is to use the creative talents God gave her in writing, teaching and speaking to not only have self-fulfillment but to also have an impact on the audience God has predestined for her. 

IMG_4975Ray Studevent was born in 1967 in Washington, D. C.  during the height of the Civil Rights Movement.  His biological parents– a light-skinned alcoholic Black man with a violent streak and a White woman who was a slave to her heroin addiction–abandoned him at age five leaving him orphaned and destitute.  Salvation came to him by way of his Black uncle and aunt who swooped in and took him to live with them in their all Black neighborhood.  But Ray’s newfound happiness came to a crashing halt when two years later, his uncle–the man he had come to idolize as a father and hero–dropped dead right before his very eyes.  Instead of turning the other cheek, his aunt by marriage chose to adopt and raise him in the mean streets of Washington, D. C. at a time when it was known as Chocolate City.  Ray’s life became quite interesting, not to mention dangerous, as a “White” Negro living in the blackest city in America and being raised by a southern Black woman who grew up in Mississippi during the segregated Jim Crow era.  Race and its polarizing issues would play a vital role in Ray’s life.  

     For more information about the show “Racism Seen Through BLUE EYES” contact ASWIFTT RADIO Host, Brenda Diann Johnson at: aswifttradionews@yahoo.com or visit: http://www.aswifttradio.net

     To contact Ray Studevent you can email his agent at:  savvyliterary@yahoo.com 

Listen to the show online:  

 


Racism Seen Through BLUE EYES

Black SheepASWIFTT RADIO Host Brenda Diann Johnson on August 22, 2021 at 1:00 pm CST, 2:00 pm EST and 11:00 am PST on the show “Racism Seen Through BLUE EYES,” along with her guest Ray Studevent who authored the book “Black Sheep,” discussed issues of abandonment, belonging, racism, and redemption. Ray Studevent was a bi-racial child who was born to a black alcoholic father and a white heroin addicted mother. After Ray was abandoned by his parents and adopted by his father’s relatives, he began a journey of experiencing racism. Each time he entered a room he had to decide whether it was better to be Black or White. His bi-racial make up of both African-American and Caucasian decent lead to a life- long journey of understanding his true identity. His experience of childhood trauma is now used to educate by telling his story to the world.

     Brenda is a mother, grandmother, author, publisher, educator, entrepreneur, radio host, brenda-johnson-padgitt38-21 speaker and above all a humble servant of God. She is the founder of ASWIFTT PUBLISHING, LLC which is the parent company of ASWIFTT RADIO, ASWIFTT Television, ASWITT Journal and ASWIFTT Records. She enjoys writing and spending time with her daughters, Diamond and Kamille and her grandson, Bryson. Ms. Johnson’s life mission is to use the creative talents God gave her in writing, teaching and speaking to not only have self-fulfillment but to also have an impact on the audience God has predestined for her. 

IMG_4975Ray Studevent was born in 1967 in Washington, D. C.  during the height of the Civil Rights Movement.  His biological parents– a light-skinned alcoholic Black man with a violent streak and a White woman who was a slave to her heroin addiction–abandoned him at age five leaving him orphaned and destitute.  Salvation came to him by way of his Black uncle and aunt who swooped in and took him to live with them in their all Black neighborhood.  But Ray’s newfound happiness came to a crashing halt when two years later, his uncle–the man he had come to idolize as a father and hero–dropped dead right before his very eyes.  Instead of turning the other cheek, his aunt by marriage chose to adopt and raise him in the mean streets of Washington, D. C. at a time when it was known as Chocolate City.  Ray’s life became quite interesting, not to mention dangerous, as a “White” Negro living in the blackest city in America and being raised by a southern Black woman who grew up in Mississippi during the segregated Jim Crow era.  Race and its polarizing issues would play a vital role in Ray’s life.  

     For more information about the show “Racism Seen Through BLUE EYES” contact ASWIFTT RADIO Host, Brenda Diann Johnson at: aswifttradionews@yahoo.com or visit: http://www.aswifttradio.net

     To contact Ray Studevent you can email his agent at:  savvyliterary@yahoo.com 

Listen to the show online:  


Racism Seen Through BLUE EYES

Black SheepASWIFTT RADIO Host Brenda Diann Johnson on August 22, 2021 at 1:00 pm CST, 2:00 pm EST and 11:00 am PST on the show “Racism Seen Through BLUE EYES,” along with her guest Ray Studevent who authored the book “Black Sheep,” discussed issues of abandonment, belonging, racism, and redemption. Ray Studevent was a bi-racial child who was born to a black alcoholic father and a white heroin addicted mother. After Ray was abandoned by his parents and adopted by his father’s relatives, he began a journey of experiencing racism. Each time he entered a room he had to decide whether it was better to be Black or White. His bi-racial make up of both African-American and Caucasian decent lead to a life- long journey of understanding his true identity. His experience of childhood trauma is now used to educate by telling his story to the world.

     Brenda is a mother, grandmother, author, publisher, educator, entrepreneur, radio host, brenda-johnson-padgitt38-21 speaker and above all a humble servant of God. She is the founder of ASWIFTT PUBLISHING, LLC which is the parent company of ASWIFTT RADIO, ASWIFTT Television, ASWITT Journal and ASWIFTT Records. She enjoys writing and spending time with her daughters, Diamond and Kamille and her grandson, Bryson. Ms. Johnson’s life mission is to use the creative talents God gave her in writing, teaching and speaking to not only have self-fulfillment but to also have an impact on the audience God has predestined for her. 

IMG_4975Ray Studevent was born in 1967 in Washington, D. C.  during the height of the Civil Rights Movement.  His biological parents– a light-skinned alcoholic Black man with a violent streak and a White woman who was a slave to her heroin addiction–abandoned him at age five leaving him orphaned and destitute.  Salvation came to him by way of his Black uncle and aunt who swooped in and took him to live with them in their all Black neighborhood.  But Ray’s newfound happiness came to a crashing halt when two years later, his uncle–the man he had come to idolize as a father and hero–dropped dead right before his very eyes.  Instead of turning the other cheek, his aunt by marriage chose to adopt and raise him in the mean streets of Washington, D. C. at a time when it was known as Chocolate City.  Ray’s life became quite interesting, not to mention dangerous, as a “White” Negro living in the blackest city in America and being raised by a southern Black woman who grew up in Mississippi during the segregated Jim Crow era.  Race and its polarizing issues would play a vital role in Ray’s life.  

     For more information about the show “Racism Seen Through BLUE EYES” contact ASWIFTT RADIO Host, Brenda Diann Johnson at: aswifttradionews@yahoo.com or visit: http://www.aswifttradio.net

     To contact Ray Studevent you can email his agent at:  savvyliterary@yahoo.com 

Listen to the show online:  


Racism Seen Through BLUE EYES

Black SheepASWIFTT RADIO Host Brenda Diann Johnson on August 22, 2021 at 1:00 pm CST, 2:00 pm EST and 11:00 am PST on the show “Racism Seen Through BLUE EYES,” along with her guest Ray Studevent who authored the book “Black Sheep,” discussed issues of abandonment, belonging, racism, and redemption. Ray Studevent was a bi-racial child who was born to a black alcoholic father and a white heroin addicted mother. After Ray was abandoned by his parents and adopted by his father’s relatives, he began a journey of experiencing racism. Each time he entered a room he had to decide whether it was better to be Black or White. His bi-racial make up of both African-American and Caucasian decent lead to a life- long journey of understanding his true identity. His experience of childhood trauma is now used to educate by telling his story to the world.

     Brenda is a mother, grandmother, author, publisher, educator, entrepreneur, radio host, brenda-johnson-padgitt38-21 speaker and above all a humble servant of God. She is the founder of ASWIFTT PUBLISHING, LLC which is the parent company of ASWIFTT RADIO, ASWIFTT Television, ASWITT Journal and ASWIFTT Records. She enjoys writing and spending time with her daughters, Diamond and Kamille and her grandson, Bryson. Ms. Johnson’s life mission is to use the creative talents God gave her in writing, teaching and speaking to not only have self-fulfillment but to also have an impact on the audience God has predestined for her. 

IMG_4975Ray Studevent was born in 1967 in Washington, D. C.  during the height of the Civil Rights Movement.  His biological parents– a light-skinned alcoholic Black man with a violent streak and a White woman who was a slave to her heroin addiction–abandoned him at age five leaving him orphaned and destitute.  Salvation came to him by way of his Black uncle and aunt who swooped in and took him to live with them in their all Black neighborhood.  But Ray’s newfound happiness came to a crashing halt when two years later, his uncle–the man he had come to idolize as a father and hero–dropped dead right before his very eyes.  Instead of turning the other cheek, his aunt by marriage chose to adopt and raise him in the mean streets of Washington, D. C. at a time when it was known as Chocolate City.  Ray’s life became quite interesting, not to mention dangerous, as a “White” Negro living in the blackest city in America and being raised by a southern Black woman who grew up in Mississippi during the segregated Jim Crow era.  Race and its polarizing issues would play a vital role in Ray’s life.  

     For more information about the show “Racism Seen Through BLUE EYES” contact ASWIFTT RADIO Host, Brenda Diann Johnson at: aswifttradionews@yahoo.com or visit: http://www.aswifttradio.net

     To contact Ray Studevent you can email his agent at:  savvyliterary@yahoo.com 

Listen to the show online:


Racism Seen Through BLUE EYES

Black SheepASWIFTT RADIO Host Brenda Diann Johnson on August 22, 2021 at 1:00 pm CST, 2:00 pm EST and 11:00 am PST on the show “Racism Seen Through BLUE EYES,” along with her guest Ray Studevent who authored the book “Black Sheep,” discussed issues of abandonment, belonging, racism, and redemption. Ray Studevent was a bi-racial child who was born to a black alcoholic father and a white heroin addicted mother. After Ray was abandoned by his parents and adopted by his father’s relatives, he began a journey of experiencing racism. Each time he entered a room he had to decide whether it was better to be Black or White. His bi-racial make up of both African-American and Caucasian decent lead to a life- long journey of understanding his true identity. His experience of childhood trauma is now used to educate by telling his story to the world.

     Brenda is a mother, grandmother, author, publisher, educator, entrepreneur, radio host, brenda-johnson-padgitt38-21 speaker and above all a humble servant of God. She is the founder of ASWIFTT PUBLISHING, LLC which is the parent company of ASWIFTT RADIO, ASWIFTT Television, ASWITT Journal and ASWIFTT Records. She enjoys writing and spending time with her daughters, Diamond and Kamille and her grandson, Bryson. Ms. Johnson’s life mission is to use the creative talents God gave her in writing, teaching and speaking to not only have self-fulfillment but to also have an impact on the audience God has predestined for her. 

IMG_4975Ray Studevent was born in 1967 in Washington, D. C.  during the height of the Civil Rights Movement.  His biological parents– a light-skinned alcoholic Black man with a violent streak and a White woman who was a slave to her heroin addiction–abandoned him at age five leaving him orphaned and destitute.  Salvation came to him by way of his Black uncle and aunt who swooped in and took him to live with them in their all Black neighborhood.  But Ray’s newfound happiness came to a crashing halt when two years later, his uncle–the man he had come to idolize as a father and hero–dropped dead right before his very eyes.  Instead of turning the other cheek, his aunt by marriage chose to adopt and raise him in the mean streets of Washington, D. C. at a time when it was known as Chocolate City.  Ray’s life became quite interesting, not to mention dangerous, as a “White” Negro living in the blackest city in America and being raised by a southern Black woman who grew up in Mississippi during the segregated Jim Crow era.  Race and its polarizing issues would play a vital role in Ray’s life.  

     For more information about the show “Racism Seen Through BLUE EYES” contact ASWIFTT RADIO Host, Brenda Diann Johnson at: aswifttradionews@yahoo.com or visit: http://www.aswifttradio.net

     To contact Ray Studevent you can email his agent at:  savvyliterary@yahoo.com 

Listen to the show online:  


Racism Seen Through BLUE EYES

Black SheepASWIFTT RADIO Host Brenda Diann Johnson on August 22, 2021 at 1:00 pm CST, 2:00 pm EST and 11:00 am PST on the show “Racism Seen Through BLUE EYES,” along with her guest Ray Studevent who authored the book “Black Sheep,” discussed issues of abandonment, belonging, racism, and redemption. Ray Studevent was a bi-racial child who was born to a black alcoholic father and a white heroin addicted mother. After Ray was abandoned by his parents and adopted by his father’s relatives, he began a journey of experiencing racism. Each time he entered a room he had to decide whether it was better to be Black or White. His bi-racial make up of both African-American and Caucasian decent lead to a life- long journey of understanding his true identity. His experience of childhood trauma is now used to educate by telling his story to the world.

     Brenda is a mother, grandmother, author, publisher, educator, entrepreneur, radio host, brenda-johnson-padgitt38-21 speaker and above all a humble servant of God. She is the founder of ASWIFTT PUBLISHING, LLC which is the parent company of ASWIFTT RADIO, ASWIFTT Television, ASWITT Journal and ASWIFTT Records. She enjoys writing and spending time with her daughters, Diamond and Kamille and her grandson, Bryson. Ms. Johnson’s life mission is to use the creative talents God gave her in writing, teaching and speaking to not only have self-fulfillment but to also have an impact on the audience God has predestined for her. 

IMG_4975Ray Studevent was born in 1967 in Washington, D. C.  during the height of the Civil Rights Movement.  His biological parents– a light-skinned alcoholic Black man with a violent streak and a White woman who was a slave to her heroin addiction–abandoned him at age five leaving him orphaned and destitute.  Salvation came to him by way of his Black uncle and aunt who swooped in and took him to live with them in their all Black neighborhood.  But Ray’s newfound happiness came to a crashing halt when two years later, his uncle–the man he had come to idolize as a father and hero–dropped dead right before his very eyes.  Instead of turning the other cheek, his aunt by marriage chose to adopt and raise him in the mean streets of Washington, D. C. at a time when it was known as Chocolate City.  Ray’s life became quite interesting, not to mention dangerous, as a “White” Negro living in the blackest city in America and being raised by a southern Black woman who grew up in Mississippi during the segregated Jim Crow era.  Race and its polarizing issues would play a vital role in Ray’s life.  

     For more information about the show “Racism Seen Through BLUE EYES” contact ASWIFTT RADIO Host, Brenda Diann Johnson at: aswifttradionews@yahoo.com or visit: http://www.aswifttradio.net

     To contact Ray Studevent you can email his agent at:  savvyliterary@yahoo.com 

Listen to the show online: 


Racism Seen Through BLUE EYES

Black SheepASWIFTT RADIO Host Brenda Diann Johnson on August 22, 2021 at 1:00 pm CST, 2:00 pm EST and 11:00 am PST on the show “Racism Seen Through BLUE EYES,” along with her guest Ray Studevent who authored the book “Black Sheep,” discussed issues of abandonment, belonging, racism, and redemption. Ray Studevent was a bi-racial child who was born to a black alcoholic father and a white heroin addicted mother. After Ray was abandoned by his parents and adopted by his father’s relatives, he began a journey of experiencing racism. Each time he entered a room he had to decide whether it was better to be Black or White. His bi-racial make up of both African-American and Caucasian decent lead to a life- long journey of understanding his true identity. His experience of childhood trauma is now used to educate by telling his story to the world.

     Brenda is a mother, grandmother, author, publisher, educator, entrepreneur, radio host, brenda-johnson-padgitt38-21 speaker and above all a humble servant of God. She is the founder of ASWIFTT PUBLISHING, LLC which is the parent company of ASWIFTT RADIO, ASWIFTT Television, ASWITT Journal and ASWIFTT Records. She enjoys writing and spending time with her daughters, Diamond and Kamille and her grandson, Bryson. Ms. Johnson’s life mission is to use the creative talents God gave her in writing, teaching and speaking to not only have self-fulfillment but to also have an impact on the audience God has predestined for her. 

IMG_4975Ray Studevent was born in 1967 in Washington, D. C.  during the height of the Civil Rights Movement.  His biological parents– a light-skinned alcoholic Black man with a violent streak and a White woman who was a slave to her heroin addiction–abandoned him at age five leaving him orphaned and destitute.  Salvation came to him by way of his Black uncle and aunt who swooped in and took him to live with them in their all Black neighborhood.  But Ray’s newfound happiness came to a crashing halt when two years later, his uncle–the man he had come to idolize as a father and hero–dropped dead right before his very eyes.  Instead of turning the other cheek, his aunt by marriage chose to adopt and raise him in the mean streets of Washington, D. C. at a time when it was known as Chocolate City.  Ray’s life became quite interesting, not to mention dangerous, as a “White” Negro living in the blackest city in America and being raised by a southern Black woman who grew up in Mississippi during the segregated Jim Crow era.  Race and its polarizing issues would play a vital role in Ray’s life.  

     For more information about the show “Racism Seen Through BLUE EYES” contact ASWIFTT RADIO Host, Brenda Diann Johnson at: aswifttradionews@yahoo.com or visit: http://www.aswifttradio.net

     To contact Ray Studevent you can email his agent at:  savvyliterary@yahoo.com 

Listen to the show online:


Racism Seen Through BLUE EYES

Black SheepASWIFTT RADIO Host Brenda Diann Johnson on August 22, 2021 at 1:00 pm CST, 2:00 pm EST and 11:00 am PST on the show “Racism Seen Through BLUE EYES,” along with her guest Ray Studevent who authored the book “Black Sheep,” discussed issues of abandonment, belonging, racism, and redemption. Ray Studevent was a bi-racial child who was born to a black alcoholic father and a white heroin addicted mother. After Ray was abandoned by his parents and adopted by his father’s relatives, he began a journey of experiencing racism. Each time he entered a room he had to decide whether it was better to be Black or White. His bi-racial make up of both African-American and Caucasian decent lead to a life- long journey of understanding his true identity. His experience of childhood trauma is now used to educate by telling his story to the world.

     Brenda is a mother, grandmother, author, publisher, educator, entrepreneur, radio host, brenda-johnson-padgitt38-21 speaker and above all a humble servant of God. She is the founder of ASWIFTT PUBLISHING, LLC which is the parent company of ASWIFTT RADIO, ASWIFTT Television, ASWITT Journal and ASWIFTT Records. She enjoys writing and spending time with her daughters, Diamond and Kamille and her grandson, Bryson. Ms. Johnson’s life mission is to use the creative talents God gave her in writing, teaching and speaking to not only have self-fulfillment but to also have an impact on the audience God has predestined for her. 

IMG_4975Ray Studevent was born in 1967 in Washington, D. C.  during the height of the Civil Rights Movement.  His biological parents– a light-skinned alcoholic Black man with a violent streak and a White woman who was a slave to her heroin addiction–abandoned him at age five leaving him orphaned and destitute.  Salvation came to him by way of his Black uncle and aunt who swooped in and took him to live with them in their all Black neighborhood.  But Ray’s newfound happiness came to a crashing halt when two years later, his uncle–the man he had come to idolize as a father and hero–dropped dead right before his very eyes.  Instead of turning the other cheek, his aunt by marriage chose to adopt and raise him in the mean streets of Washington, D. C. at a time when it was known as Chocolate City.  Ray’s life became quite interesting, not to mention dangerous, as a “White” Negro living in the blackest city in America and being raised by a southern Black woman who grew up in Mississippi during the segregated Jim Crow era.  Race and its polarizing issues would play a vital role in Ray’s life.  

     For more information about the show “Racism Seen Through BLUE EYES” contact ASWIFTT RADIO Host, Brenda Diann Johnson at: aswifttradionews@yahoo.com or visit: http://www.aswifttradio.net

     To contact Ray Studevent you can email his agent at:  savvyliterary@yahoo.com 

Listen to the show online:  


Laws That Helped African Americans

U. S. Supreme Court

“Laws That Helped African Americans” is a show that will discuss laws passed in the United States that had a positive impact on African Americans.  Laws to end slavery, unequal education, lynching, segregation, and others will be discussed in further detail.  We will also take a look at how these unjust laws had an affect on African Americans, why they existed in the first place, and why these laws had to be abolished.  We will look at how abolishing these unjust laws continue to help African Ameicans today.  Tune in live on June 25, 2011  to listen at www.blogtalkradio.com/aswifttradio or click on ASWIFTT RADIO at www.aswifttwritersguild.com.  For more information contact ASWIFTT RADIO host Brenda Johnson Padgitt at 1-866-302-0508 ext 3030. 


“Celebrating Black History: Past & Present”

The “Celebrating Black History: Past & Present” Show will feature African- Americans who have made an impact in Black History as well as U.S. History. The show will start with present African-American Icons who are now making a difference. Our most recent trend setter is President Barack Obama. We will take a look at his biography and his road to becoming president. We will also look at present icons such as Lawrence Douglas Wilder, Oprah Winfrey, Comer Cottrell, Maya Angelo, & John Johnson. We will also take a look at Past African-American Icons such as Martin Luther King Jr., Rosa Parks, Medgar Evers, Malcolm X, Frederick Douglass, Harriet Tubman, Madame C.J. Walker, Shirley Chisholm, Thurgood Marshall, & Mary McLeod Bethune.   Help me pay tribute to our African Americans who have unselfishly given their lives, time and talents to help the betterment of our world. SAVE THE DATE!  February 26, 2011 at 1:00 p.m.  We would love to get your feedback on any of our shows.  E-mail us at aswifttradio@aswifttwritersguild.com or call us direct off air at 1-866-302-0508 ext. 3030 to speak with our ASWIFTT RADIO host Brenda Johnson Padgitt.  Join Brenda Johnson Padgitt online at www.blogtalkradio.com/aswifttradio  or www.aswifttwritersguild.com and click on ASWIFTT RADIO on February 26, 2011 at 1:00 p.m