With Women Imprisonment Rising, Black Females Still Feel the Brunt of America’s Mass Incarceration
May 1, 2023 | News
America imprisons many more of its citizens than any other developed nation, with men comprising...
From Juvenile Hall To City Hall: Realizing Your Full Potential
May 3, 2023 | Editorial
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Brother Biden, Please Keep Another Promise or Two
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Entertainment Icon & Human Rights Activist Harry Belafonte Dies at 96
Renowned singer, actor, producer, and legendary civil rights trailblazer, Harry Belafonte has died...
Black history happening now: Amelia Ashley-Ward leads oldest Black newspaper in San Francisco
ABC7 News is celebrating the people who are working to Build a Better Bay Area by making Black history right now. Amelia Ashley-Ward has been answering the call by leading the Sun-Reporter, San Francisco's oldest newspaper serving the Black community.
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Senator Dianne Feinstein Needs To Step Down
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In A Nutshell: “Concern for A Weaker Brother”1 Corinthians 8:1-13.
Mar 30, 2022 | Church
Time: 55 A.D. Golden Text: “Therefore, if meat make my brother offend, I will eat no flesh while the world standeth, lest I make my brother to offend. (1 Corinthians 8:13). There are many things clearly identified in scripture that are right or wrong. Other things are not so clearly identified and fall into the category of debatable things because the Bible does not clearly state that they are wrong to do. To grasp the truth presented in this week’s lesson, we first have to understand the situation that existed in Corinth and in throughout Greco-Roman world. Sacrifices were made to many different gods. Meats from those sacrificial animals were...
Jesus’ Foretold Birth
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