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Bishop Cornelius Golden delivers Emancipation Proclamation sermon

This year the sermon was delivered by Bishop Cornelius Scott Golden, who oversees the pastorate of Solomon’s Porch Christian Resource Center, Inc., in Crescent City, Fla., which he founded. ...

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Sylvia Woods, owner of famed soul-food Sylvia’s Restaurant, dies at 86

Sylvia Woods, the proprietor of well known Harlem restaurant Sylvia’s, passed away last Thursday at the age of 86. ...

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Noted Journalist William Raspberry dead at 76

William Raspberry, who served 40 years as a columnist for The Washington Post died Tuesday at his home in Washington, D.C. He was 76 ...

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Oldest African-American operated business Celebrates 90 Years in business

In 1922, Millard E. Latimer and Son Funeral Directors, Inc., was proud to open it’s doors and serve their community. 90 years later, Monique Latimer is the proud owner of the business ...

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Black Preachers in Maryland holding vigils against gay marriage

group of Black churches are going to hold a vigil against same-sex marriage in Maryland, according to the Christian Post. ...

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African American actor Al Freeman, Jr. succumbs at 78

Actor Al Freeman, Jr. perhaps best known for his portrayal of Nation of Islam leader Elijah Muhammad in Spike Lee’s 1992 film “Malcolm X,” has died, ...

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Missing the mission

Yet it is precisely for these times that God ordained His Church ...

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Mount Hermon Historical Museum well received

The Mount Hermon A.M.E. Church Historical Museum held a successful Grand Opening last Sunday. One hundred and six years of rich history is represented there to be shared with the entire community. ...

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First Ladies of Broward County

In an effort to honor and encourage women that are married to a pastor, this column profiles the “First Ladies of Broward County.” ...

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City of Fort Lauderdale dedicates Dixie Court Building in honor of Black Pioneer Ivory Mizell

City of Fort Lauderdale will soon be unveiling the newly named Ivory W. Mizell Community Center at Dixie Court in honor of his me-morable legacy. ...

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