Newspapers omitted the gruesome details of her lynching and failed to mention her unborn baby was killed.
“We want to celebrate the success of all the student athletes and coaches in Black college sports and give them their own shine.”
Knowing your health history, listening to your body and being selective in plans will help keep your loved ones safe this holiday season.
Our House: Keeping Homes Black-Owned in D.C.’s Ward 7 and 8
Since 2020, some two-thirds of the largest corporations nationwide made various supportive statements about needing racial justice and more inclusive practices.
A Census survey shows less than half of Black respondents reported they did not have to alter their education plans.
The congregation now has 400 active parishioners and emphasizes volunteerism and acts of service to the wider community in their liturgy.
Unhealthy eating and drinking habits are like tornadoes leaving a circular path of destruction in your life. It does not have to be this way. You can break the cycle through Christ by mastering your triggers and changing your health and fitness mindset when you learn to eat and drink for the glory of God! To learn more, read today’s article!
Tune in today as we discuss spiritual and physical heart health with evangelist and cardiologist, Dr. Sam Kojoglanian!
Tune in to today’s broadcast for healthy eating tips during the holiday season.
Join us today as we discuss The Fix Yourself Handbook byFaust Ruggerio.
Pandemic causes sharp increases in educational costs
The student protests at Howard University have entered its third week, drawing national attention.
Newspapers sometimes said it was too bad a lynching had occurred because it brought shame to the community. “But it would say it was justified because of the bad behavior of Blacks.”
According to Counseling Today, comic books offer more than an escape for children. The characters in the books are personified — they are who the kids strive to be. It further states that superhero characters are just like their readers: complex, emotional and facing many of the same challenges and obstacles.
Kamlager looks forward to turning the policy recommendations that the task force creates into legislation.
The students have garnered media attention and lots of community and celebrity support.
Testing per week wasn’t in the city’s original plans. The United Federation of Teachers, and others, fought against this.
“It’s a necessary conduit to get ‘liberty and justice for all.’”
Earlier detection and therapy improvements have helped lower deaths, but the decline is not the same across demographics
The company partnered with 11 HBCUs, MSIs, and HSIs to help prepare students for future careers in STEM.
People often complain that they cannot lose weight or become free of an eating disorder because trying to navigate the health and fitness fads, expert advice, and conflicting research is like attempting to find your way out of a maze. If health and fitness trends confuse you, read today’s article to learn how to solve the puzzle!
From Genesis to Revelations, God has given various commands regarding eating and drinking to those who have a covenant relationship with Him. In today’s article, we learn that although what and how believers ate varied, God’s command to eat and drink for His glory in order to reflect His holiness has not.
The Bible says faith without works is dead. That principle applies to every aspect of your Christian life, including learning to eat and drink for the glory of God. Read today’s article to learn how to put your faith into action as you implement your health and fitness plan through Christ!
The Mac is back! If you enjoyed “Poor Little Mixed Girl,” author, LaMonique Mac, has released the next two books in “The Mixed Girl Series.” Tune in today as we discuss “Mixed Out” and “Snakes in the Mix,” then purchase your copies of both books today
If you miss listening to live poetry readings due to pandemic restrictions, tune in today for the Eating as an Act of Worship Ministries Radio Show! Our special guest is author, poet, and spoken word artist, Tabatha Jones. Join us as we discuss her new release, “The Joy’s Joy.”