Cedric Bailey

Cedric Bailey

By Cedric Bailey
Cedric Bailey, National Radio Host for Rejoice Musical Soul Food. Various interviews with Gospel Artist, Pastors and more. Bailey is from Ardmore, Oklahoma and a graduate of East Central University in Ada, Oklahoma. You can listen to the Traffic jam online at www.musicalsoulfood.com.
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The Slice Report with Mona Austin and Cedric Bailey
This week on the Slice Report Mona Austin shared the latest news about the music industry coming together to help the families of the workers that are the front line. We also talked about the passing of Curly Neal ( Harlem Globetrotters). The Stimulus package and what is holding it up.
09:21
March 27, 2020
Texas Class 4A Basketball Playoff game Dallas Lincoln vs Oak Cliff Faith Family
Victor McCray and Cedric Bailey had the opportunity the game between Dallas Lincoln vs Oak Cliff Faith Family Eagles. The of this game will advance to the Region 2 Class 4A games in Commerce Texas at Texas A&M. This game was broadcasted online on the BGC Sports Network. www.bgcsports.net
1:16:30
March 15, 2020
How to trust God during the Coronavirus with Elder Helen Epps
March Madness in the game of Basketball might have been cancelled. However since the USA has experienced the Coronavirus our country has made a lot of major changes. One of biggest questions was about the Sunday morning fellowship that will take place. Elder Helen Epps of the Morning Star Prayer Center of Fort Worth, Texas is my guest on this podcast. Every Monday and Tuesday various Prayer Warriors gather at 5036 Wichita Street to pray unto the Lord for wisdom. To submit your prayer request go to www.morningstarprayerctr.com to submit your prayer request;
25:47
March 15, 2020
The Slice Report with Mona Austin on the Cedric Bailey Radio Show
Mona Austin cover the White House and joins Cedric Bailey each week for the Slice Report. On today's podcast Austin has the latest news concerning the Coronavirus. For more information visit the CDC website @ https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html. The Cedric Bailey Radio Show is carried national at www.musicalsoulfood.com at 2pm to 7pm monday thru friday.
25:24
March 13, 2020
Texas UIL Class 4A Region 2 Tournament Championship Faith Family Eagles vs Paris Wildcats
BGC Sports Network broadcast team of Cedric Bailey, Victor McCray and Jeff Coleman were in Commerce, Texas on this past Saturday. It was Faith Family Eagles vs the Paris Wildcats in action. The winner of this game punched their ticket to San Antonio, Texas.
1:34:54
March 9, 2020
Texas UIL 4A Region 2 Tournament Faith Family vs Chapel Hill
Check out our rebroadcast of an exciting Basketball game from Texas A&M Commerce. Victor McCray is on the call with the Faith Family vs Chapel Hill Bulldogs. The game was air on the BGC Sports Network.
1:32:32
March 7, 2020
Tanner Gary
A few years ago I had the opportunity to meet Mr. Tanner Gary. I learned that he was from Arkansas and that he made his home in Houston, Texas. I invited him to join me at my Gospel Celebration of Praise in the Park in Ardmore, Oklahoma. He blessed us in a mighty way. Recently I got the call that God had called him home. Yes it was a sad day. However I know that he is now singing in the Heavenly Choir. Thank you Amber Shaw for the interview and opening that door to a great relationship. Cedric Bailey, National Radio Host www.musicalsoulfood.com
28:03
March 6, 2020
Ardmore Lady Tigers Coach Debra Manley
The Ardmore Lady TIgers are preparing for their next opponent. The Del  City Lady Eagles will face the Ardmore Lady Tigers on this Thursday at 6:30pm. The winner of this game will compete in the Class 5A Girls State Tournament. The site location in at Norman North High School and we are asking all Tigers fans to make the trip to support the Tigers. The Boys team will be in Moore, Oklahoma on Friday evening at 8pm  to play Oklahoma City Southeast High School.  They will have to win two games in a row to punch their ticket to the state tournament. Be sure to follow the Ardmore Tigers online at www.bgcsports.net with Cedric Bailey.
16:21
March 3, 2020
Ardmore Lady TIgers Miyah McGee and Amaya Gordon
It has been incredible season and the Ardmore Lady Tigers will play it's final game of the regular season against the Oklahoma City Storm in Ardmore on 2/13/2020 at home. Debra Manley is the head coach and we had to opportunity to catch up with her after winning the 2020 Shawnee Tournament.  We also interviewed the two Seniors Miyah McGee (5) and Amaya Gordon 24.
16:56
February 13, 2020
Oklahoma Black History with Angela Walton Raji and Terry Ligon
Angela Walton Raji is a researcher/ author from Fort Smith, Arkansas In 1997 Angela launched the African-Native American Web site.  The page had developed out of my research and work with the records that document the Freedmen of the Five Civilized Tribes.  This enormous record set became the basis of my work with “Black Indian” records and eventually formed the basis of my book, Black Genealogy Research. African American Ancestors Among the Five Civilized Tribes. In the past 12 years, my research has expanded to include the history and documentation of blended African & Native American families in more states. As a genealogist, the focus remains on providing the evidence and properly citing the sources in order to tell the family story.  As I have become more familiar with resources for documentation of African American families that were associated with people from multiple Native American communities, I have expanded the focus of my research to include genealogical resources for families beyond Indian Territory. The focus will remain on relying upon standard genealogical methodology that will lead to the proper documentation of one’s family history.  The page will discuss and include record sets that are essential to construct one’s family history. Be sure to check out the following link. African-Native American Genealogy Blog: n-nativeamerican.blogspot.com or For Choctaw and Chickasaw Freedmen: http://choctawfreedmenlegacy.blogspot.com/ Terry Ligon was born and reared in the community of Watts in Los Angeles County California. He has received degrees from the University of San Francisco and the Academy of Art College located in San Francisco, CA. Over the past 30 years Mr. Ligon has been widely accepted in the genealogical community as a specialist of Indian Territory Freedmen Mr. Ligon has been an avid genealogical and historical researcher since 1989 when he was given a treasure trove of family photos, letters and documents that contained faces of people he was not familiar with. So began his remarkable journey into a family genealogy that included an oral history that his father had an Indian grandmother. Mr. Ligon was able to confirm for his father prior to his death in 1999 that his grandmother Bettie Ligon was considered herself to be a Chickasaw Indian. This discovery led to Terry’s lifelong research into a lawsuit known as Equity Case 7071 which involved approximately 1500-2000 people seeking to be recognized as Chickasaw or Choctaw citizens by blood and entitled to receive three hundred and twenty acres of land based on their ancestry. When Terry’s father gave him the family’s heirlooms he also gave him a responsibility to share the information with his siblings. Little did his father know it would lead to Terry sharing his discoveries with many people who had similar family history? There was one more request or demand his father gave him and that was to write a book on his research. Based on all of his research and the promise he made to his father, Mr. Ligon is in the process of writing a book about his remarkable journey to discover his family’s genealogy and history as well as documenting his father’s Indian Grandmother Bettie Love-Ligon. To reach Mr. Ligon 925-529-1069 estelusti@aol.com www.blackandredjournal.blogspot.com www.bettieslist.blogspot.com
53:31
February 10, 2020
BGC Sports Interview with Aundrae Russell on Kobe Bryant
I have been blessed to cover the NBA since 1998 with the Dallas Mavericks. I have interview several coaches and players. Kobe Bryant was  truly a player that I will never forget. Bryant entered the National Basketball Association (NBA) directly from high school, and played his entire 20-season professional career in the league with the Los Angeles Lakers. Bryant won five NBA championships, was an 18-time All-Star, 15-time member of the All-NBA Team, 12-time member of the All-Defensive Team, was named the 2008 NBA Most Valuable Player (MVP), and was a two-time NBA Finals MVP winner. Widely regarded as one of the greatest players of all time, he led the NBA in scoring during two seasons, ranks fourth on the league's all-time regular season scoring, and ranks fourth on the all-time postseason scoring list. Bryant died on January 26, 2020, in a helicopter crash in Calabasas, California. Eight others, including his 13-year-old daughter Gianna Bryant, and college baseball coach John Altobelli, were also killed. Aundrae Russell of KJLH is my guest on this show to talk about the life of Kobe Bryant. www.bgcsports.net
52:08
January 30, 2020
DESCENDANTS OF THE CHICKASAW AND CHOCTAW FREEDMEN NATIONS
On Saturday January 18 2020, The DESCENDANTS OF THE CHICKASAW AND CHOCTAW FREEDMEN NATIONS held it third meeting in Tatum Oklahoma. Dorscine Spigner Littles along with Marilyn Vann and several committee members were in attendance. The next meeting will be held on this Saturday at 1pm at the Faith Memorial Baptist Church in Oklahoma City.  The address is 3117 North Kelly Street. Thanks for listening to this podcast and continue to share with you family and friends.
58:35
January 22, 2020
Freedmen Descendants of the Chickasaw & Choctaw Nations
Freedmen Descendants of the Chickasaw & Choctaw Nations PLEASE SHARE THIS ANNOUNCEMENT: DESCENDANTS OF THE CHICKASAW AND CHOCTAW FREEDMEN NATIONS THIRD MEETING JANUARY18, 2020 12:00 P.M. -- 2:00 P.M. TATUMS MUNICIPAL BUILDING (THE MEETING LOCATION WAS ORIGINALLY SCHEDULED TO MEET AT JEHOVAH BAPTIST CHURCH, BUT DUE TO A PREVIOUSLY SCHEDULED EVENT AT THE CHURCH, WE ARE RELOCATING BACK TO THE TATUMS MUNICIPAL BUILDING. Here is some history on how the town of Tatum was birth. Lee Tatum and his wife, Mary, applied for a post office designation in 1895, beginning the town of Tatums in Indian Territory. A hotel was built in 1899, a blacksmith shop in 1900, a cotton gin and sawmill in 1910, and a motor garage in 1918. Oil wells were drilled in the area in the 1920s, bringing wealth to several of Tatums' farmers and landowners. The Julius Rosenwald Fund helped build a brick school in 1925–26, and the WPA built another in 1936. Tatums' Bethel Missionary Baptist Church, which is listed in the National Register of Historic Places, was completed in 1919. Tatums experienced the crippling effects of the Great Depression, and many residents migrated to urban areas. At the end of the 20th century, the population stood at 172, and the town awaited economic revival. The 2010 census counted 151 residents. Dr. Dorscine Spigner Littles is my guest on this podcast. Today we will talk about the upcoming meeting and share some of the history of this organization. If you have any questions  concerning your status then review the following information. Ron Graham-Genealogy Resource Person. E-mail: itfreedmen@gmail.com –Office number: {405} 367-7764 {A}. Citizenship application is the first thing a person needs to do. {B}. Apply for citizenship you need the following items: {1}. Your birthday certificate {2}. Your parents’ birth and death certificates. { C}. You need to be linked to someone of the Dawes Roll. {D}. BIA {Bureau of Indian Affairs} is the only organization that can deny a person citizenship into the Chickasaw and Choctaw nations. {E}. You can appeal a denial letter. { F}. A Dawes Roll number is the same as a social security number. {G}. Go online and get an application for citizenship into the Chickasaw and Choctaw Nations. The next meeting will be on Saturday, January 18, 2020 at 12:00 P.M.
46:06
January 14, 2020
Supt. Johnny Castleberry interview with Cedric Bailey
Christmas time can me a time where depression can hurt the most. Johnny Castleberry is the Senior Pastor of the Golden Gate Church of God in Christ in Fort Worth , Texas.  Today he talks with Radio Host Cedric Bailey how to survive during the holidays. Today message is dedicated in memory of the late Walter Castleberry and Geri Wiley. The Cedric Bailey radio show can be heard daily from 2pm to 7pm est www.musicalsoulfood.com For more information about the Golden Gate Church of God in Christ visit. www.goldengatecogic.org
20:59
December 21, 2019