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Oral histories celebrate Black History Month

We share memories and stories with our rich and diverse voices telling stories of hardship, happiness, and humor. These are the stories that weave into the fabric of the Island community. ...

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Black History Month: Soccer is a religion, and America has a Pope

Soccer is the world’s game, the beautiful game. For many, it’s even more than a game...it’s a religion. Every weekend, we put on the uniform of team and celebrate them at stadiums we call cathedrals. It consumes our daily lives, and we thank whoever we believe is in that upper room for players like Messi, Ronaldo, or Pele. ...

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Educator Dr. Rosemary Jackson, wife of Television Executive Don Jackson, passes at 71

The family of Dr. Rosemary Robinson Jackson, Ph.D., Chicago educator, business woman and community leader, announced (Feb. 12) that she died Wednesday at the age of 71, succumbing to cancer. ...

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The National Primitive Baptist Convention, USA to hold its annual Winter Board of Directors’ meeting and 40th F. L. Livingston Institute

National Primitive Baptist Convention, USA will convene its annual Winter Board of Directors’ Meeting, 40th F. L. Livingston Institute and Evangelistic Worship Services in Pensacola, Fla at Zion Hope Primitive Baptist Church, 201 West Leonard Street. Elder Dr. Bernard C. Yates, Host Pastor, is the General President. ...

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Beatrice Hamilton

Beatrice Hamilton, 94, passed on Friday, January 26, 2018 in Hollywood, Florida ...

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Janice Budd succumbs at age 49

The thanksgiving service for former journalist Janice Budd was held Jan. 27 in Kingston. ...

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‘I Love Mt. Hermon Day’ celebration

Mt. Hermon A.M.E. Church is excited to celebrate its annual, “I Love Mt. Hermon Day.” This year’s celebration will be held on Sunday, Feb. 4, 2018 at both the 7:30 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. services. ...

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Rev. Wyatt T. Walker, MLK’s Right Hand, Dead at 88

The Rev. Dr. Wyatt Tee Walker, a fierce Civil Rights advocate and strategist over many generations, died on Tuesday at his home in Chester, Va. He was 88-years-old. ...

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How Does Remaining In God’s Word Make You Free?

True freedom is not doing our own thing. Rather, it’s communing with a holy God who knows more about us than we know about ourselves. ...

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Gospel Legend Edwin Hawkins passes away

Hawkins died early Monday (Jan.15) at his home. He had been suffering from pancreatic cancer according to his publicist. ...

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