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The Black Church
Op-Ed: The Black Church and Asian Lives Matter
June 16, 2021
Rev. Mark Whitlock: I watched the news reports of Robert Aaron Long, a 21-year-old White supremist who went on a rampage at three spas in the Atlanta, ... read more »
AMEs Issue Statement on Black Clergy and President Trump Meeting
August 5, 2018
Editor’s note: President Donald Trump met with African American pastors at the White House on Aug. 1, and many of the attendees applauded his administration. Pastor Darryl Scott of Ohio referred to Trump as the “the most pro-black President that we’ve had in our lifetime,” according to the White House transcript of the meeting. ... read more »
Black Church boasts rich history in America
February 1, 2017
The Black Church has been the center of African American life since the earliest congregations were established in the 1700s. Its role has always extended beyond worship and fellowship to encompass education, ... read more »
Why the Black Church Should Speak Out Against Sexual Predators
January 6, 2016
Whether or not you agree he is a rapist; agree or disagree with the 55 women who have come forward with their truth; or whether you feel we should stand with Bill Cosby or be a part of the deconstruction of the icon, ... read more »

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