Brave Hero Shaw Earns Nations Respect for his Bravery By Cassiette West-Williams

A teary-eyed Steve Harvey has sent for him. Talk show host Ellen Degeneres has applauded him and introduced him to NBA basketball player DeWayne Wade. The Tennessee State and House have praised him, while NFL's Nashville Predators Hockey Team lauded him as a star. Waffle House “Hero" James Shaw, Jr. avoids the title he has earned … Continue reading Brave Hero Shaw Earns Nations Respect for his Bravery By Cassiette West-Williams

New Morning Star Missionary Baptist Church 36th Pastoral Anniversary Celebration May 19-20, 2018

New Morning Star Missionary Baptist Church will be celebrating the 36th Pastoral Anniversary of Pastor Cleveland Thomas, Sr. on the weekend of May 19 -20, 2018. An Appreciation Dinner Banquet will be held Saturday, May 19th at 5 p.m. in the Calvin Hightower Youth Center, 413-415 W. John Gwynn Avenue. The cost is $12 for … Continue reading New Morning Star Missionary Baptist Church 36th Pastoral Anniversary Celebration May 19-20, 2018

SoJourner Truth Temple #1369 Pink, Silver, Chocolate and White Ball June 2, 2018

SoJourner Truth Temple #1369 to present a “Pink, Silver, Chocolate and White Ball” Dinner and Dance at Peter H. Clark Elks Lodge, 1101 S.W. Jefferson St. on Saturday, June 2, 2018. Cocktail hour 6pm – 7pm; Dinner begins at 7:30 and Dance at 8pm – 11pm. Entertainment will be provided by Full Flavor Band. Ticket … Continue reading SoJourner Truth Temple #1369 Pink, Silver, Chocolate and White Ball June 2, 2018

The Struggle Continues… Kingian Style Nonviolence By Sherry Cannon

On February 12th, The Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival, served notice in state capitals around the country, with press conferences. They stated that if their voices are not heard and if the issues the movement is fighting to end i.e. systemic racism, poverty, the war economy, and environmental destruction remain unaddressed, … Continue reading The Struggle Continues… Kingian Style Nonviolence By Sherry Cannon

Remembering Morals and Values of Past Family History By Robin Carter

Recently my family and I visited my hometown, Blue Mountain, Mississippi to lay to rest the last of my Mother’s six sisters. It seemed like forever since I’d been home, yet it had been about 15 years ago. I was eager to visit the grave sites of my family members and get some snapshots of … Continue reading Remembering Morals and Values of Past Family History By Robin Carter