Paul is brought before the governor with the charges against him. He is put in prison where he is given the opportunity to share the Gospel. 403 more words
Tags » Oppression!
No, this isn’t about a real death march.
It’s not about a bloody dictatorship arresting its foes and forcing them to trek thousands of miles by foot, watching, even delighting, as they fall along the way. 734 more words
Volume 3, Book 43, Number 630:
Narrated Aisha (radiallaahu `anhaa):
Regarding the explanation of the following verse:- “If a wife fears cruelty or desertion on her husband’s part.” (4.128) A man may dislike his wife and intend to divorce her, so she says to him, “I give up my rights, so do not divorce me.” The above verse was revealed concerning such a case. 618 more words
“Having pride in melanin is revolutionary, rebellious. It takes strength and a special type of courage to refuse to compare yourself to what society deems as beautiful which is anti-black, against every drop of melanin on your skin. 1,442 more words
Should Officers of the Law Have the Final Word?
by Angela Grant
Should Judges Decision be the final word when a community vehemently disagrees? When disparities confirm, racial profiling leads increase stop and searches of minorities along with high arrests, convictions, and tougher sentencing compared to non-minorities. 827 more words
Rothschild’s Anglo American to Sell South African Mines*
By Cecilia Jamasmie
South Africa, Africa’s largest economy, holds about 80% of the world’s known platinum reserves, accounting for about 70% of global output. 608 more words