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Do We See God or Color?

I remember church. Choirs sang with the brightest hearts. Preachers roared and souls looked for fulfillment. We sat in our seats, eager to hear the word. We were more than willing to break from our every day pains and sorrows to find solace.

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Tennessee Divinity school appoints openly gay black woman as dean

Vanderbilt Divinity School in Nashville, Tn., has appointed it’s first openly-gay black female dean. Described as a “liberal oasis,” the institution appointed Emilie Townes as the 16th dean of the school.

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“Preachers of L.A.?” Good for the black church?

Everyone knows the power of the black church, and Christianity is the foundation for many African Americans. More of America will get to take a look at the religious haven thanks to a new reality television series. Preachers of L.A. will explore the human side of six men of faith.

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Meagan Good Critisized for Presenting BET Gospel Award in Revealing Dress

Actress Meagan Good is getting some flack for her choice of dress at the BET Awards. Good presented the award for “Best Gospel Artist” in a fairly revealing gown, which many commentators on social media are blasting as inappropriate and disrespectful.

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History Channel’s ‘Satan’ Actor Looks Awfully Similar to President Obama

A recent episode of the History Channel’s “The Bible” features an actor playing Satan, and he looks awfully similar to the President. Just a coincidence, or an intentional dig at President Obama?

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REPORT: Black Woman Are Most Religious in U.S.

According to a recent study conducted by the Washington Post and the Kaiser Family Foundation, black women are the most religious segment of the U.S. population. 9 out of 10 black women say they turn to God “as their spiritual guide in all areas of their lives.”

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Such a Powerful Video about 2012: A Message of Hope

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r_YOG3jMlV4 This is a New Year and being the black Christian feminist/womanist perennial thinker that I am, I want my first blog in the New Year to be about a sustainable hope for a better world. The video above is captivating. And, perhaps, captivating does not capture the feeling of unfettered hope one receives from […]

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Iyanla Vanzant’s Peace from Broken Pieces: Generational Curses, “I am my mother’s daughter, no, my mother is me!”

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gjpgeCKL2hg Let me begin by saying that I have a personal bias against what I have come to think of as Lifetime books. You know the kind of one hundred and twenty-page paperback book that once lay on the two for one entering sale’s table of Borders. Yes, Borders, the place where we once upon […]

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A Message To Black LBGT Youth On National Coming Out Day

The Black Youth Project wishes our readers a wonderful and liberating Coming Out Day. But we also want to make it very clear that all of us – regardless of age, gender, race or socioeconomic status – are on our own journeys. Nobody knows the best time for you to come out BUT YOU.

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