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Harris Chapel United Methodist Church 53rd Anniversary (1965-2018)

Harris Chapel will celebrate its 53rd Anniversary beginning Friday, Nov. 9 through Sunday, Nov. 11, 2018, 2351 N.W. 26 St., Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Host Pastor Rev. Stanley Melek. ...

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Pastor Rickey Scott and the New Hope Baptist Church family will be celebrating our 93rd Church Anniversary

Pastor Rickey Scott and the New Hope Baptist Church family will be celebrating our 93rd Church Anniversary ...

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The New Mount Olive Baptist Church celebrates 100 years of community, service, and fellowship

The New Mount Olive Baptist Church was founded on November 25, 1918 and come hell or high water still stands today as a majestic example of Christian fortitude, spiritual commitment, and an unyielding faith of its membership.      This historical occasion will be commemorated at the 100th Anniversary Gala on Friday, November 9, at the Pier 66 Hotel & Marina in Fort Lauderdale. ...

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In Memoriam:Celebrated author Ntozake Shange dies at 70

     “R.I.P. Ntozake Shange (#ForColoredGirls) #YouAreBroadwayBlack you will forever be remembered and eternally etched in our minds as The Lady in Orange, a prolific poet, an amazing play-wright, and the Black feminist we all aspire to be. Well done,” a tweet from the Broadway in Black twitter account read. ...

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FAMU Mourns the Loss of Beloved Educator, Administrator Roosevelt ‘Prof’ Wilson

The Florida A&M University (FAMU) community is mourning the loss of former journalism professor and athletics director Roosevelt Wilson, who passed away on Sunday, Oct. 21 2018 He was 78-years-old.     ...

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Judge Rodgers may have passed away last Saturday but, this Saturday, his legacy will be on display

Though former longtime Judge Edward Rodgers passed away early Saturday, his legacy will be on significant display this Saturday at a Farm Share food giveaway. ...

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Rosemary Freeman, who led University of Minnesota sit-in in 1969, dies at 71

     When Black students at the University of Minnesota sat down to negotiate with President Malcolm Moos in 1969 after they effectively shut down the school’s administration building with a sit-in, Moos walked into his office to find student leader Rosemary Freeman sitting in his chair. ...

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William Baker, who righted a 1906 Army Racial Wrong, dies at 86

       In the late 1930s, in rural Georgia, a former slave told his grandson a story about a case of racial injustice that had occurred three decades earlier and gone all the way to the White House. ...

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Mount Nebo will Celebrate the 1st Pastoral Anniversary

Mount Nebo will Celebrate the 1st Pastoral Anniversary of Rev. Danny L. McKenzie, Sr. and Lady Patricia McKenzie ...

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Here’s How Important Religion Is To African American Men

     Black men are second only to Black women at the top of several measures of religious belief among Americans, a study said. ...

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