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  • Deliverance Christian Church Appointed Bishop Darrell Bush as Pastor...From the Prisons to the Pulpit!

    Pastor Milton R. Butler of Deliverance Christian Church has stepped down as pastor and is currently serving as Pastor Emeritus of Deliverance Christian Church.  Pastor Butler, a dedicated man of God, devoted husband, father, grandfather, godfather, a...
  • “Adam, Where Are You?” Reassessing the Notion that Black Men Don’t Go To Church

    1994, Jawanza Kunjufu, in his work Adam! Where Are You?: Why Most Black Men Don’t Go to Church (African American Images Publishers), raised a number of issues concerning the dearth of Black male attendance at church services across the country. In light...
  • Sports Watching & Wondering

    Pete Carroll has left The Trojan Nation to take a more lucrative position as the head coach of the Seattle Seahawks of the National Football league. Many loyal Trojan fans are distraught, and they are very concerned about the future of the football team. ...
  • Response from an Elder

    The following is a response to an article in Black Voices: “Rev. Jesse Jackson protests home foreclosures and Church’s problems with mortgage lenders.” I said to a group of pastors years ago that they should have a business directory for their membe...
  • Continue the Dream, by Serving Our Children

    Martin Luther King Jr. dedicated his life to a dream of equality.  He dreamed of a day when “little black boys and black girls would be able to join hands with little white boys and white girls as sisters and brothers.”Although Dr. King is no lon...
  • Americans Urged to Volunteer On Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service

    National Service Agency Calls for a “Day On, Not a Day Off” Washington, DC— With the Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service just days away, the Corporation for National and Community Service is urging Americans to honor Dr. King’s memory and furth...
  • Open Letter to Pastors & Community Leaders

    Guilt by association is foreign to our country's legal traditions. Individuals are responsible for their own actions, not for the actions of their friends or associates. Nevertheless, in bringing 21 defendants (But Not Limited To does 1 - 200)  of th...
  • Construction Begins on King National Memorial at the Mall

    (NNPA) - For 13 years, Ed Jackson has been steeped in a struggle to make a dream come true. He is chief architect for the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial on the Northeast side of the Tidal Basin lining up with the Abraham Lincoln and Thomas Jefferson memo...
  • On MLK Day and Inaugural Anniversary: Has Obama Kept His Promises to Blacks?

    WASHINGTON (NNPA) - On Nov. 3, 2008, an important telephone conference was held in Black America. That was the day that then candidate Barack Obama, on the eve of his historic election to the presidency, promised African-American leaders and representativ...
  • Handling Incapacity Through a Living Trust

    My last column addressed the usefulness of a Power of Attorney when a person becomes disabled. A Power of Attorney allows you to designate another person (an “agent”) to handle your financial transactions for you should you become incapable of handlin...
  • Pasadena Journal Columnist Cameron Turner Debuts on KNBC Channel 4!

    Local writer Cameron Turner, whose provocative column, "Turner's Two Cents," appears regularly in the Journal, will share his opinions on KNBC Channel 4 as a contributor to the dynamic news and discussion ...
  • The Black Caucus Needs to Think Before They Speak!

    President Obama inherited a house with a leaking roof, eaten up by termites. Let’s give him a chance to repair it. Blacks need to stop attacking President Obama regarding the joblessness of Blacks. The employment status of Blacks did not just get bad si...
  • The D’Veal Corporation in Partnership with Leadership Green Works Presents Workshops in Green Technology “Think and Grow Green”

    In the rapidly growing field of the green environment, The D’Veal Corporation and Leadership Green Works has taken on a role as facilitators to implement a training program in green technology. ...
  • Who's Resolution, Yours or His?

    The feedback from readers of this writing from last January was such that I've decided to offer it as a start to the dawning of yet  another new year for us as many a believer is poised to roll up their proverbial sleeves and get busy with a declared...
  • Renaissance and Religion in 20th Century Black America

    At its height, the renaissance movement in Black America was taking root throughout the nation’s inter cities; what began in Harlem, New York, and mirrored in such cities as Chicago and Los Angeles, alike, the rise and visibility of Black culture, pride...
  • Sports Watching & Wondering

    AN ABSOLUTELY PERFECT DAY OF ROSES! I was awestruck at the beauty of the Rose Parade. Did we ever have a more perfect day? The floats were spectacular, and the marching bands were ...
  • Urban Food Deserts Threaten Children's Health

    If any of us were forced to live in a desert we'd probably find trying to survive in a barren, desolate wasteland difficult. But through a series of public policies and private sector decisions, millions of mostly low-income and minority families in Ameri...
  • Wish List for 2010 and Beyond

    Now that we have ushered in not only a new year, but a new decade, I want to share my New Decade’s wish list. I hope:PRESIDENT   OBAMA stops gutting his domestic programs in an effort to appease Republicans who have no intention of supporting ...
  • Tuskegee Airmen Heroes at Rose Bowl Parade

    For more than 65 years the Tuskegee Airmen have been on a crusade to be acknowledged as significant figures in American history.  Amidst a picture perfect day, before hundreds of thousands of spectators, and millions ...
  • Special Days advertising

    Honor those special dates and people in your life with announcements of weddings ~ anniversaries ~  graduations, and births.  ...

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