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The urban neighborhoods were chosen because of their demographics, said the Rev. Traci Blackmon, the national UCC associate general minister for Justice and Local Church Ministries.

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Matthew Wesley Williams has been appointed by the Executive Committee of the Board of Trustees of the Interdenominational Theological Center (ITC) to serve as Interim President of the Center

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Rev. Dr. Leah Gaskin Fitchue, former President of Payne Theological Seminary, was the first African American woman president of a theological seminary belonging to the 244 member Association of Theological Schools and the first African American woman to serve as president of any Historically Black Theological Seminary. Rev. Dr. Fitchue was an ordained Itinerant Elder […]

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Rev. Dr. LaKeesha Walrond to Lead New York Theological Seminary into a New Era

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The Allen Temple Baptist Church made history by voting to elect Dr. Jacqueline A. Thompson as its’ new Senior Pastor – the ninth Senior Pastor and the first woman to ever serve in this capacity in the 100 year history of this pioneering congregation.

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The National African American Reparations Commission (NAARC) applauds several Presidential contenders for their recent expressed interest in reparations and calls on all the candidates to prioritize reparatory justice as an issue of importance to Black voters in the weeks and months ahead.

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The Social Action Commission of the African Methodist Episcopal Church joins our voice with all those calling for the resignation of Governor Ralph Northam of Virginia.

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The National Rites of Passage Institute and the Black Child Journal welcome submissions from scholars, practitioners, policy makers and religious and community professionals and others for the Black Child Journal Spring 2019 Edition: “Faith and the Black Child”.

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Wednesday, January 26, the Council of Bishops of the AME Church has assigned the Right Reverend Frank Madison Reid III as the Presiding Prelate of the Third Episcopal District

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There’s no doubt that Martin King was a prophet who tapped into—and passed on—great power. It’s up to us to show wisdom in drawing on that power today.

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