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Ronald Jackson

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My Story - Ronald Jackson (January 31, 2021)

Countryside Worship

My Story - Ronald Jackson (January 31, 2021) by Countryside Worship


31 Jan 2021

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RONALD JACKSON : it's about time

The Jealous Curator : ART FOR YOUR EAR

This is the first episode of season no.5, and my guest is painter Ronald Jackson - a talented, insightful, self-taught artist who was also a member of the US military for two decades.

1hr 26mins

24 Oct 2020

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09/22/2019 - The Rt Rev Dr Ronald Jackson

Holy Trinity Anglican Church Podcasts

For more information go to www.hudsonanglican.com


30 Nov 2019

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Breaking Through w/ Ronald Jackson

Studio Noize: Black Art Podcast

IT'S SUMMER SESSION! This week, we have Ronald Jackson. He walks us through his time in the military, becoming an artist, and some of his work.Send us your creative question or show topics or questions to our email studionoizepodcast@gmail.com or on Instagram @StudioNoizePodcast. We can’t wait to hear from you.Find Ronald on Instagram @Ronald_Jackson_ArtworksFind Jamaal on Instagram @JBarberStudioFind Jasmine on Instagram @Negress.Supreme

9 Jul 2019

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6-22-2019 - Cleveland Deanery - The Rt. Rev. Ronald Jackson

Lakewood Anglican

Cleveland Deanery - Bishop's Address Part I & IIBy: The Rt. Rev. Ronald Jackson, Bishop of the Anglican Diocese of the Great Lakes

1hr 48mins

23 Jun 2019

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133: Guest Host Hank Thompson Talks Civic Engagement and Volunteerism with Hattie and Ronald Jackson

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While Hank reads much of these bios within the show, it's worth checking out the full bios of both Ronald and Hattie Jackson (Click on each name to read more about their backgrounds). From civil rights to poverty to education to black empowerment, the Jackson's have spent their lives fighting for those in need. As Hank likes to say, these are, undoubtedly, two of St Louis' Finest. Here's a glance at how the conversation went: Chapter 1. Background and inspiration for a lifetime of dedicated and disciplined activism and work. (0:00-11:30) Chapter 2.  A power-couple is formed. (11:30-16:45) Chapter 3. Understanding the difference between internal and external control. If you're poor, the world seems to control you. With enough socioeconomic capital, you can have the confidence that comes from your own, internal control of yourself and the world around you. (16:45-24:00) Chapter 4. Convincing children that they could. "I want excellence [from students] because that's how I made it out of poverty." (24:00-28:00) Chapter 5.  "Being poor is hard as hell," explains Ronald. "Unpredictability in life has a powerful influence on people." (28:00-32:30) Chapter 6. A common theme: Children. "Children respond to parental expectations" (33:00-39:30) Chapter 7. 1,000 Ron & Haddie Jacksons, PLUS a special recounting of putting her life on the line during the civil rights movement of the 60's to integrate an Alabama theater. (39:45-50:30) You can also catch guest host Hank Thompson on the air Sunday nights at 6pm on 88.7 WSIE. If you're wondering why Hank seems to be talking to a character named Andy, that would be Andy Heaslet, the show's engineer who joins the host and his guests in-studio each week. *Hope you're back on your feet soon, DJ Wilson!*


20 Feb 2018

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08/13/2017 - Bishop Ronald Jackson

Holy Trinity Anglican Church Podcasts

For more information go to www.hudsonanglican.com


1 Oct 2017