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Easter: Keep Hope Alive Radio Show

Happy Easter!! Christians around the world today are celebrating the risen Christ.

It was wonderful to be on the Keep Hope Alive Radio Show with host  609 more words

Blogs

April 4th, 1968


Joseph Louw, , April 4, 1968 (1862.2005)


Joseph Louw, Ambulance at site of Martin Luther King Jr. assassination, Memphis, Tennessee, April 4, 1968 ( 278 more words

Fans In A Flashbulb

Stax Records, Memphis

Driving south on E McLemore I see a church on almost every block. What’s God up to in this corner of Memphis? Houses not dedicated to worship of the Almighty slump among empty lots: paint peeling, porch rails crumpled, concrete warping beneath the wheels of clapped-out cars. 778 more words

Writing

Report: ATF To Beef Up Its Presence In Chicago

(CBS) — The federal government is reportedly about to move more ATF agents into Chicago.

About 20 agents for the federal bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives are being transferred to Chicago, according to CNN, which reports the agents will be part of a new task force called the “Chicago Crime Guns Strike Force,” aimed at stopping the city’s gun violence. 130 more words

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Rev. Jesse Jackson's Wall Street Economic Summit Marks Its 20th Year!

Hello All!

It has already been a very active year and its only the last day of January.  I had stated last year that the winds of change were near. 1,035 more words

Black Business

Trump tweets about Chicago "carnage" threatening to send in the Feds, but he can't. 

Trump tweets about Chicago “carnage” threatening to send in the Feds, but he can’t.

Not long after Trump issued the statement, Rev. Jesse Jackson, a civil rights leader who has been outspoken about ending violence, criticized the president’s suggestion with a tweet of his own. 108 more words

Truth & Reality

Rev. Jesse Jackson Discusses 'Ugly, Divisive' Political Climate On CityViews

NEW YORK (1010 WINS) — In this installment of City Views, Sharon Barnes-Waters sits down with Civil Rights leader and activist the Rev. Jesse Jackson. His work continues through the Rainbow PUSH Coalition that’s having a three-day summit in New York City next month. 379 more words

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