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Words of the Week: Where is the Vision?
July 16, 2020
A vision helps you determine how you can get what you want, when you want, how you want. ... read more »
Inglewood Faith Leaders, Businesses Host Peaceful Protest
July 9, 2020
The inter-denominational event, which was held on June 18, attracted scores of people to participate on the lawn of Inglewood City Hall. ... read more »
Words of the Week – The House is on Fire!
July 9, 2020
The house is on fire and it is burning down, and it should burn down. ... read more »
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WORDS OF THE WEEK: Racism Has Long History in America
July 2, 2020
The recent killing of George Floyd by Minneapolis police officers reminded me of the long history of racism in America and why African Americans must continuously seek justice as demonstrated by the Black Lives Matter campaign. ... read more »
Rayshard Brooks Memorialized at Historic Ebenezer Baptist Church
June 25, 2020
Family, friends, dignitaries, elected officials and community leaders gathered today to remember the life of Rayshard Brooks at Historic Ebenezer Baptist Church. The 27-year-old African-American man was shot and killed by an Atlanta police officer on June 12th.  ... read more »
Surveillance programs could jeopardize protestors’ pursuit of justice
June 19, 2020
The cascade of protests against racism and police brutality in response to the killings of Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, and George Floyd sent a shockwave through the consciousness of America. The grief, love, and solidarity on display seems to be on a larger scale than ever before. When our brothers and sisters marched in Ferguson in 2014, they lacked the groundswell of support across the country that we’re witnessing now. Even still, we have a long way to go until African Americans can truly enjoy, “equal justice under law,” a promise etched in stone on the Supreme Court building but not yet fulfilled in daily life. ... read more »
Faithful Central Streams Live Service on ‘Pain and Power of Fatherhood’
June 17, 2020
Bishop Kenneth C. Ulmer joins Bishop T.D. Jakes, Priscilla Shirer, Kirk Franklin and more to share messages of hope for Father’s Day The important role of fathers takes center stage at “Daddy Changed the World: The Pain and Power of Fatherhood,” an online event sponsored by Bishop Kenneth C. ... read more »
ECM Hosts Young African Americans and LAPD in One-on-One Conversations
June 17, 2020
“It’s time for people to get comfortable with being uncomfortable,” said LAPD Sergeant Kenji Inaba at the meeting on June 10 between young Blacks and members of the Los Angeles Police Department. ... read more »
More Than 2,000 Attend COR Church’s Unity March and Rally
June 17, 2020
The streets of Irvine were jam-packed as more than 2,000 people came out to the Unity March and Rally sponsored by Christ Our Redeemer AME Church (COR) on June 13. ... read more »
Seeing This Revolution Through A Wider Lens
June 12, 2020
On June 4, at the First African Methodist Episcopal Church in L.A., the mayor of Los Angeles participated in “Justice Matters” which opened a dialogue about the current social climate. Pastor Edgar J. Boyd hosted the event and stood on the principle, “If there is equity in access, there will be equity in behavior and celebration.” The purpose for the meeting is vocalize the vision to respond to the inequalities seen on May 25. The Publisher of the L.A. Sentinel Danny Bakewell attended the meeting, “I want to put what’s going on in our society, in our city in particular, in perspective. I’m happy to see all the people out, shoulder to shoulder…it sends a message to the world that they see us, and they hear our cry.”   ... read more »
CPRF Plans ‘Brothers Talk Too’ Virtual Men’s Conference
June 10, 2020
A panel of experts will headline the “Brothers Talk Too Virtual Men’s Conference,” which takes place on Saturday, June 20, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. ... read more »
Words of the Week – Check the Time!
June 10, 2020
Do you know what time it is? No, not temporal, but what time it is in the Earth? Right now, much is happening as we have seen an almost rebirth of the civil rights movement in the midst of a global pandemic. ... read more »
COR Church to Hold Unity March Against Racism and Injustice
June 10, 2020
Striking a blow against racism and injustice and responding to the killing of George Floyd, Pastor Ralph E. Williamson and the members of Christ Our Redeemer AME Church (COR) will hold a Unity March and Rally on Saturday, ... read more »
Tulloss Leads Faith-Based Groups in Protesting Death of George Floyd
June 3, 2020
The Rev. K.W. Tulloss, president of the Baptist Ministers Conference of Southern California, assembled a protest on June 2, to honor the life of George Floyd, ... read more »
Poems Reflect Anguish Over Killing of George Floyd
June 3, 2020
“Once Again” – A Poem for George Floyd By Gerald Lenoir Once again, a brother lies dead in the street Once again, he screams, “I can’t breathe” with no relief Once again, ... read more »
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