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Tune in for “A Taste of Seminary”

“A TASTE of SEMINARY” Presented by The Center for African Biblical Studies (CFABS) OCTOBER 18, 2022 REGISTER NOW!   “A Taste of Seminary” Guest Theologians Rev. Dr. Joanne Terrell Chicago Theological Seminary Rev. Dr. Obery Hendricks Jr. Columbia University Rev. Dr. Vanessa Lovelace Lancaster Seminary Rev. Dr. Judy Fentress-Williams Virginia Theological Seminary This series of 3-part …

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(In)Justice For All Film Festival International – Film Screening and Filmmaker Panel Discussion October 27-29, 2022

The IFAFF International brings the power of film to educate, engage and grow the numbers of active allies in the fight to actualize transformative justice worldwide. For socially conscious film viewers, seeking knowledge and actionable resources, the festival has strong value. The many films we present provide a platform for filmmakers to reach their targeted …

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The Rev. Michael Pfleger, et al.: Chicagoans deserve an office dedicated to ending gun violence

Gun violence is everywhere. Here in Chicago, shootings happen in every neighborhood. And leaving the city is no escape, as we learned painfully last week in Highland Park. Gun violence is a pandemic, just like COVID-19. Just as we addressed that crisis as a community united, we must also bring all our resources together to …

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Juneteenth and the Est. 1619 Pilgrimage to Charleston, South Carolina

Juneteenth, now designated a federal holiday, commemorates the emancipation of enslaved African Americans in the United States. It is believed to be the oldest African American holiday, with annual celebrations dating back to 1866, spanning across the United States. During the week of June 20th, Freedom Road US, will host a group of 200 people …

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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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