The NAACP: Let Freedom Reign
The NAACP, by encouraging African Americans to realize their own potential, is continuing a legacy that has made the United States stronger, fairer.
Racism leaves mark on U.S. housing, wealth creation, say panelists
When the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops issued its stark appraisal of the endurance of racism in U.S. society with the pastoral letter “Open Wide Our Hearts: The Enduring Call to Love” in November 2018, the national reckoning with race that would ignite in the wake of the May 2020 death of George Floyd.
‘His memory still resonates’: Franciscan sister recalls MLK
Almost everyone familiar with the life and death of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. knows the value that the civil rights leader put on living a long life. The phrase “longevity has its place” is now enshrined within his last speech, given the night before King’s murder in Memphis, Tennessee, on April 4,1968.
National Black Catholic Congress XIII to be held in Washington area in July
During Black History Month in February, Catholics are being invited to register to attend this summer’s National Black Catholic Congress, which over the years has made history of its own.