John Legend attributes his faith-oriented upbringing to his successful music career.
Jesse Jackson challenged Ronald Reagan and paved the way for a new generation.
The Black Church is the place where the African American made their way in society.
As Black political activism evolves, new school activists abandon the church, but not God.
In 1949, Thurman published “Jesus and the Disinherited,'' promoting non-violence.
Between 1920 and 1960, African Americans were able to demand accountability.
In the first decade after the Civil War, many Black Churches were built across the South.
Rutha Mae Harris’ music lifted the spirits of those fighting for racial equality.
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