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Men of Destiny Community Outreach, Inc., honors ‘Women of Excellence’ in observance of

The annual event is sponsored by the Men of Destiny Community Outreach, Inc., of South Florida. According to Founder and President, Pastor Douglas Russell, Jr., expressed the theme for the National Women’s History Month March 2013, ...

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James Meredith on Black America: We’re ‘failing our young people’

“The truth of the matter is we Black people are failing our young people. Usually, we’re blaming somebody else in the past as being the reason.” ...

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Mormon Faith reveals Black members were priests in its early days, but still offer no apology for its racist actions

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints lifted its infamous ban on people of African ancestry, which denied them full participation in church affairs and priesthood responsibilities ...

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Open with Mosaic Phuzion young adult ministry of First Baptist Church Piney Grove

In a bold move to reconnect and engage the young adults of our congregation including with the young adults within Broward County and surrounding areas, First Baptist Church Piney Grove has created “Mosaic Phuzion ...

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Mount Hermon A.M.E. Church Greek Unity Day 2013

Greek Unity Day was first introduced to Mount Hermon A.M.E. Church in 1994 during the tenure of then Pastor, Rev. Michael A. Cousin. ...

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Black Bishop encourages Christians to leave Democratic Party

A Black Virginia Bishop is calling for Christians to leave the Democratic party over what he describes as a “cult-like devotion” to abortion and “rejection” of the traditional family, the Christian Post reports. “Clearly, the Democratic party is the anti-Christian party in the nation,” Bishop E.W. Jackson said ...

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Is the US Government persecuting Christians who don’t support gay marriage?

religious groups or individuals have been discriminated against because of their beliefs in the sacred institution of marriage or because of their views on the homosexual community ...

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Black History & Religion

Black History & Religion ...

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Bishop Coleman starts drive for children books

Bishop Coleman was deeply saddened by the desperate need for books for the children at these schools. ...

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Dr. Ray Hagins comes to Old Dillard Museum

Dr. Ray Hagins, psychologist, educator, Chief Elder & spiritual leader of the Afrikan Village & Cultural Center International at the Old Dillard Museum ...

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