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IN MEMORIAM: Remembering the life of Doris Turner Keys, a Civil Rights and Union Icon

 “I believe some of her endearing qualities was her unabiding love of family and friends, her big heart and generous spirit which always had her helping others, her unwavering commitment to pursuing social justice and helping working class people, and her ability to walk with kings and queens while keeping the common touch,” said Doris Turner Keys’ goddaughter, Karen Towns.( ...

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IN MEMORIAM: Civil Rights Trailblazer Rev. Dr. Vernon Tyson Dies at 89

“Vernon Tyson was like a father and bishop to me and the Moral Monday movement,” said the Rev. Dr. William Barber, the architect of the Forward Together Moral Monday Movement and president of the North Carolina Chapter of the NAACP. “Often his presence in our midst kept us focused and strong,” Barber said. ...

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M. Sterling Collins Sr. Businessman/Educator passed away December 7, 2018 at age 99.

Beloved father, grandfather and uncle, Mr. Collins’ life exemplified dedication to faith, family and community. ...

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The Grace Center, a place to worship

      Pastor Robert Stephens, III, lifelong Miami Gardens resident, youth advocate, and man of God, presents a new house of worship in the City, entitled ‘The Grace Center’. The Grace Center will be a non-denominational, interactive, worship center geared to the active, working millennial, socially conscious professional and retired individual of faith. ...

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Rep. Maxine Waters Statement on the Death of Nancy Wilson

     “I am heartbroken by the passing of my beloved friend, the legendary Nancy Wilson. Nancy was a ‘song stylist’ without peer. Her unmatched mastery of numerous genres of music, including jazz, R&B, gospel, blues, soul and pop, has etched her name in history as one of the most ‘formidable’ vocalists of all time. ...

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Our Response to: When Harm Comes to the Church

When Harm Comes to the Church ...

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Centennial Celebration

     Sister Johnnie Daniels is Mount Hermon A.M.E. Church’s second oldest member as she turns 100 on Dec. 16, 2018. ...

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In Memoriam: Black Business Advocate Aubry L. Stone Remembered

 Stone and five others created the California Black Chamber of Commerce in 1995 with the mission of providing programs and services to strengthen Black ownership and business opportunities throughout the state. ...

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

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

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What was Accomplished at Calvary?

     If the Bible makes anything clear, it is the fact that the secret of all God’s good news to men is centered in Calvary. It was because Christ was to die for sin that God could proclaim good news to sinners down through the ages. ...

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