Feb 4, 2019
One Wild Southern Ride with guest, Patricia Neely Dorsey
Orderlyforlee invites you on the Wild Southern Ride with his guest, Author & Poet, Patricia Neely-Dorsey as they discuss being Black in Mississippi. The two Tupelo, Mississippi natives met recently and realized their common love and joy for Mississippi and share through a poem, "Meet My Mississippi" many of the treasures found in this great State. Here are two Black Mississippians that are proud to share their State with the World. The Orderlyforlee Podcast reveals stories of Grace, Race and Confederate Heritage wrapped around the true story of his own Black Confederate Heritage. Purchase Patricia Neely-Dorsey's books and works at patricianeelydorsey.com
The journey of this poem, "Meet My Mississippi" to become the State Poem of Mississippi is one of irony in that we live in a time when everyone is looking for something positively to reflect Mississippi. Yet, the politicians of the day refuse to allow this great work out of committee. Here the story of "Meet My Mississippi" and the author of its journey.
Patricia's works includes: Reflections of a Mississippi Magnolia, Meet My Mississippi and Mississippi In Me.
Al Arnold's Book: Robert E. Lee's Orderly A Modern Black Man's Confederate Journey Published October 2015 (Foreword by Historian, Dr. Otis Pickett, Ph.D, Mississippi College)
Extended Edition: Published August 2018 (Foreword by James Meredith, Author and Last Living Civil Rights Icon)
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