An exceptional emergency physician/migrant worker our Living Legend gives the history of his internationally recognized family. Founder of PaceMD Global Health he is an international award winner as a Social Entrepreneur. His mother is historian Gwendolyn Midlo Hall. His father is author and political activist Harry Haywood. His complicated family history mimics the complicated relationship between […]
A Spy Boy for 15 years for the Yellow Pocahontas Mardi Gras Indian Tribe. Our Living Legend discusses history, life, Big Chief Tootie Montana and the rise of the Mardi Gras Indians.
Will Name, Image, Likeness (NIL) implode college sports? Our Podcast Living Legend discusses NIL the problems facing student-athletes, their families, universities and alumni. LSU (and many public universities) window for competing for a conference championship could be less than three years. Download his article below.
Before starting your new year’s resolution, listen to our extraordinary storyteller as she brings her health street ministry to Count Time Podcast. Our Living Legend gives her purpose and destiny and asks “What is yours?”
Organizer, musician, militant our Living Legend gives a history of Baton Rouge and its music. Social change starts at home, creating the backdrop for the stark differences between the growth of cities like Atlanta, Austin and Baton Rouge. Oppression creates heartbreak and takes a tremendous toll that requires seeking a reason not to be angry […]
We hope this message finds you safe and well in the new year. We want to take a moment and thank you all for listening to our podcast and being a part of our amazing audience. We’re so grateful for your support, and we look forward to continuing to bring you the stories you need […]
History, history and more history. Todays episode is a gift. Our Living Legend gives detailed accounts of life from 1940 to present, and the history of a great American family. LD and Mada (Activator, Innovator and Motivator) reminisce about projects they worked on together during 2022. Happy Holidays!
The 26th Amendment had just been ratified the year before giving 18 year olds the right to vote. 1972 was the year of student protests in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Two events in particular that year led to deaths with surrounding circumstances still disputed leading many to wonder if justice was done. Living Legends Moses Williams, […]
The life of a linguist and how to become one. The spectacular story of an author, linguist, social justice advocate, mentor and parent. Our Living Legend is Professor of Linguistics in the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences at the University of Arizona.
Humble philanthropist, physician, community leader, LSU Legend and a man of faith. Our living legend describes growing up in poverty and the forces that led him to become the friend of countless sports superstars and help shape the growth of a university.
Happy Thanksgiving to all out there in Count Time land. We thank you for tuning in weekly. We thank you for being so supportive of our podcast. We thank you for the encouraging words. As easy as it is to say that, we know a lot goes behind Happy Thanksgiving and we’re talking about how […]
Expulsion by Southern University and blacklisted to working for Clarence Thomas yes that Clarence Thomas. A fascinating life. Our Living Legend completes her journey from fighting for education to fighting for those at a disadvantage in the legal system. The struggle continues.