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The Ugliness of Racism, Enough Is Enough
By Rev. Roger Mills - July 10, 2020

Racism is not something that just started, it is systemic to this country.  The 1601 project reveals to us that from the landing at Virginia, and through the days of slavery our ancestors were treated as though they were not human.  Read more

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In The Heat of The Night
By Presiding Elder Pamela Hoard

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Black History Fact

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Shaw University graduate, Angie Brooks, was a liberian diplomat and jurist.  The only African female President of the United Nations General Assembly, and the second woman from any nation to head the U.N.  
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Former Presidential Candidate, Herman Cain, Dies From COVID
By T. Carter Williamson, BlackDoctor - July 30, 2020

Former GOP presidential candidate, Herman Cain, one of the few African American presidential candidates that made it in the running, has died. He died roughly a month after he became sick with the novel coronavirus disease.  He was 74.  Read more

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North Carolina City Approves Reparations for Black Residents
Dr. Ayinde Meeks,
BlackDoctor - July 16, 2020

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Kadeem Hardison: "You Are Exactly Where You Are Supposed To Be"
By Carter Higgins, BlackDoctor Sp. Contributor - July 24, 2020

Kadeem Hardison first fell into our hearts when he walked into our living room every week on the hit ’90’s show A Different World which was a spin-off from the hugely popular, The Cosby Show.  Read more

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John Lewis, Civil Rights Icon and Congressman
Congressman John Lewis has been at the forefront of progressive social and political causes for more than forty years.  Read Bio

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Rev. C. T. Vivian, Civil Rights Activist and Author
Reverend Cordy Tindell Vivian participated in his first sit-in demonstrations, which successfully integrated Barton's Cafeteria, Peoria, Illinois in 1947.  Read Bio

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Bethany Houston Passed On Her Birthday At 36
By Rev. Roger Mills - June 26, 2020

Rev. Frank Flowe Elected Pastor of Phillippi Missionary Baptist Church
By Rev. Lester Lattany - June 16, 2020


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