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What's Ray Saying?

Raymond Christian's storytelling is born out of his own life experiences: inner city poverty, race relations, military, family, travel, and adventure.
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Apr 2, 2016

In this premiere episode, Ray details the hardships that Blacks experienced after slavery and explores the themes and patterns of struggle that continued through the generations and into his own life.

This episode contains special music by Beej Gordy Brooks and cameo "appearances" by Kevin Allison and Kristina Wong.

6 Comments
  • almost ten months ago
    Craig Simpson
    Love the podcasts.
  • over a year ago
    maxonfiyah
    INCREDIBLE! thank you for dropping serious knowledge on the never ending effects of our mental bondage. damn! passing this around. keep it up please. btw, music is great but kinda loud and a little distracting sometimes... your voice is so compelling - dropping the volume would be helpful. THANK YOU! POWER ON!
  • over a year ago
    maxonfiyah
    INCREDIBLE! thank you for dropping serious knowledge on the never ending effects of our mental bondage. damn! passing this around. keep it up please. btw, music is great but kinda loud and a little distracting sometimes... your voice is so compelling - dropping the volume would be helpful. THANK YOU! POWER ON!
  • a year and a half ago
    Lonnie Webster
    Great history lesson and great story telling! I'm in Lexington, KY now caring for my mother. Camp Nelson is only about 25 miles away. Camp Nelson was were freed slaves were protected or suppose to be protected but the conditions were filled unsanitary and many died due to the conditions. After the Civil War was over the Union soldiers went back North leaving the Newly freed slaves at the mercy of the people of Boyd County Ky and Danville, KY. Later a thriving Black Business district developed in Danville. http://www.campnelson.org/home.htm


  • a year and a half ago
    Bonnie Church
    a poet, historian and rabble rouser. love this guy.
  • a year and a half ago
    Rena
    Keep the shows coming.
    Great podcast.