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‘Born This Way’: Archbishop Carl Bean, gay activist who inspired Lady Gaga song, dies at 77

Los Angeles (KABC)-Archbishop Carl Bean, a prominent Los Angeles gay activist and singer who influenced Lady Gaga’s song “Born This Way,” has died. Founder of Bean, Unity Fellowship in Christchurch, Los Angeles, It was 77. Bean was an icon of the LGBT + community, a proud gay man, and a Christian. Ordained as a minister …

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Heritage Christian School holds ‘living museum’ for African-American history

BRIDGEPORT, W.Va. – Heritage Christian Schools demonstrated a “living museum” on Monday. “Katherine Johnson” speaks to students about her life 5th grade students represented different historical figures from African-American history. Other students from various grades walked around and heard from figures like Jesse Owens and Katherine Johnson with speeches and displays. “Our history books cover …

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Black Americans have always understood science as a tool in their freedom struggle

In the 1810s, John Kizell, a formerly enslaved South Carolinian and Sierra Leone settler, exchanged numerous letters with William Allen, a British chemist, about the region’s soil, climate, topography and indigenous medicines: “I have sent you three specimens of medicine which you will accept as from a Friend,” Kizell wrote to Allen in July 1812. …

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A vibrant Black church was a key element in civil rights struggle » MercatorNet

The Black Church: This Is Our Story, This Is Our Song by Henry Louis Gates. Penguin. 2021. 304 pages Henry Louis Gates is the Director of the Hutchins Center for African and African American Research at Harvard. Gates has long been well-known for his writing and television work, and his new book, The Black Church: This …

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The Brothers’ Network wants you to know ‘Black equals brilliance’

The Brothers’ Network has done this for more than a decade by partnering with almost every museum in Philadelphia and celebrating local artists, as well as putting up plays by up-and-coming artists — the group tackles racial inequity mainly through the arts, culture, literature, history, and heritage. In June, The Brothers’ Network will be producing …

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Chicago man celebrates ‘Pride in the Pews’ within the Black Church, calls for Christian queers to share stories

CHICAGO (WLS) — A Chicago man, who identifies as a queer Christian, has launched a nationwide campaign called Pride in the Pews in order to celebrate people like him within the Black Church. “What Pride in the Pews is trying to do is queer the Black Church one testimony at a time,” said Don Abram, …

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‘America Lost’: New Documentary Explores Story of 3 Forgotten US Cities and Deeper Human Crisis

The COVID-19 pandemic isn’t just a public health issue. It’s expected to expand poverty abroad and here at home with millions still out of work and business shuttering. A new documentary titled America Lost records the decline of three US cities pre-COVID: Youngstown, Ohio; Memphis, Tennessee; and Stockton, California. Produced by the Discovery Institute and …

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Volunteers load boxes and bags of food into residents’ cars from the Greater Chicago Food Depository

Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on email Email Share on print Print Share on reddit Reddit Volunteers load boxes and bags of food from the Greater Chicago Food Depository for residents in vehicles in the parking lot of Trinity United Church of Christ on May 1, 2020. Approximately 500 boxes of …

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