2014 Minicast – Underground Railroad

March 17, 2014 by  
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Episode 86 - Underground Railroad

Next to Cincinnati‘s Great American Ballpark is the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center.  Ed Kasputis interviews Paul Bernish about this must see museum.

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2013 Minicast – Underground Railroad

June 10, 2013 by  
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Episode 86 - Underground Railroad

Next to Cincinnati‘s Great American Ballpark is the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center.  Ed Kasputis interviews Paul Bernish about this must see museum.

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Minicast – Underground Railroad

November 14, 2011 by  
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Next to Cincinnati‘s Great American Ballpark is the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center.  Ed Kasputis interviews Paul Bernish about this must see museum.

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Cincinnati Reds

May 27, 2010 by  
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The Reds are playing great and are currently in first place in the NL Central.  Everyone loves a winner especially Ed, Farley and Mark as they travel to the Queen City.  Our PhD committee explores Cincinnati before Ed interviews Paul Bernish from the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center.

We then listen to Joe Morgan as this Hall of Fame Red participated in Major League Baseball’s Roundtable Discussion on Civil Rights.  Ed then interviews Chris Eckes, Chief Curator for the Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame and Museum about Big Red Machine great, Pete Rose.  Ed, Farley and Mark then conclude the podcast and get ready for our second trip to Chicago.  This time the White Sox will be the center of our attention.

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Slave Pen

May 26, 2010 by  
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Slave Pen - photo 1Next to Great American Ballpark is the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center.  An inspiring museum that every great American needs to visit.  One of the most moving exhibits is located on the second floor – the Slave Pen.

The Slave Pen was built in the 1830’s and found on a farm in Mason, Kentucky.  This slave pen was used by Captain John W. Anderson to house slaves as they were being transported to the South.

This Slave Pen was dismantled over a two year period and shipped to the National Underground Freedom Center nearly 60 miles away.  It was then put back together and serves as a powerful reminder of the evils of slavery.  Paul Bernish from the National Underground Freedom Center will be interviewed during our podcast featuring the Cincinnati Reds.  This powerful interview will be released on Friday, May 28, 2010.