Black & Opinionated

by Antonio Carter

Are you passionate or interested in history, including Black history? Come listen to the podcast as I talk about stories of events, men and women that have made and left an impact on the world.

Podcast episodes

  • Season 1

  • Annie Turnbo Malone

    Annie Turnbo Malone

    Inventor, Businesswoman and Community Developer we delve into the life of the real "self-made" millionaire Annie Turnbo Malone

  • Memphis Massacre of 1866

    Memphis Massacre of 1866

    After the ending of the Civil War going into the Reconstruction era, racial tensions, political and social racism between blacks and whites were at an all time high. Leading up to deadly riots that happened across the states, come hear about how one such riot in Memphis would change not only the city, but how it changed and defined the status of freedmen and women

  • Mary Ellen Pleasant

    Mary Ellen Pleasant

    One of the most publicized African-American women in San Francisco, Mary Ellen Pleasant, considered to be the first African-American self-made millionaire decades before Madam C. J. Walker was a mysterious woman of remarkable influence who challenged societal norms. A woman who was ahead of her time.

  • Robert R. Church Sr.

    Robert R. Church Sr.

    One of the South's First African American "Millionaire", come here the rags to riches story of Robert Reed Church Sr. "the man who saved the city of Memphis"

  • Toussaint L'Ouverture pt. 2

    Toussaint L'Ouverture pt. 2

    With Toussaint now declared dictator for life, feared and loved my many, we look at how Toussaint stood in the way of Napoleon Bonaparte dreams of having a very large empire in the United States.