Women’s History Month – Sadie Roberts-Joseph
This Women’s History Month episode of Count Time Podcast celebrates the legacy of Sadie Roberts-Joseph. Sadie was the founder of Community Against Drugs and Violence (CADAV) and of the Odell S. Williams Now and Then African-American Museum. Her daughter Angela Roberts-Machen gives her reaction to the Professional Athletes Supporting Students (PASS) tribute video (watch below) in 2019.
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Count Time Podcast Tribute to Sadie Roberts-Joseph
March is Women’s History Month. It commemorates the contributions of women to events in history and contemporary society. Its celebration corresponds with International Women’s Day on March 8.
Join Smart Brotha Media and Count Time in celebrating Women’s History Month! Selected quotes and notes from Count Time Podcast with LD Azobra celebration of Sadie Roberts-Joseph
Sadie Roberts-Joseph was born in 1944 and grew up in Woodville, Mississippi. She was the fifth in a family of twelve children, and her parents were sharecroppers. The family later moved to Baton Rouge, Louisiana. She attended Baton Rouge Vocational-Technical School and Southern University, studying education and speech pathology. She was an active volunteer, and worked for many years as a certified respiratory therapy technician.
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An inside look at the legacy of Sadie Roberts-Joseph
The legacy of the late Sadie Roberts-Joseph continues through her family’s leadership