A New Era for Black Leadership Affirmative action ineffectual says Washington Post columnist Black America: Your Destiny Awaits You! Black History Month Evangelism on Black History Week Louis Farrakhan Martin Luther King The New Segregation UF Law Professor Combats RacismRead more
GAINESVILLE, Florida – Affirmative action doesn’t help poor people, Washington Post columnist William Raspberry said at the University of Florida on October 4th. Raspberry, who spoke as a part of UF’s People Awareness Week, said affirmative action helps pe…Read more
As we celebrate Black History Month, we recall our rich heritage, filled with courage, heroism, and the memory of the sacrifice of countless men and women who gave their lives for freedom. Looking at the past, we see how far…Read more
By Clarence Thomas U.S. Supreme Court Justice Much has been said about blacks and conservatism. Those on the Left smugly assume blacks are monolithic and will by force of circumstances always huddle to the left of the political spectrum. The…Read more
A Modern Day Prophet Where are the modern day prophets? At crucial times in history God has always raised up prophets. They are men and women who love the truth more than they love their own life. They are the…Read more
By Shelby Steele The civil rights movement of the 1950s and1960s culminated in the 1964 Civil Rights Act and the 1965 Voting Rights Act – two monumental pieces of legislation that have dramatically altered the fabric of American life. During…Read more
Louis Farrakhan is known by his followers as being “a better orator than Martin Luther King Jr., a better author than Norman Mailer, a better diplomat than Henry Kissinger, and more handsome than Muhammad Ali.” Let’s take a look at…Read more
By Johnny Hunter One thing that has hurt the black community of America is that we have had much of our history torn from us because of slavery. No one ever came to America like blacks; no other people were…Read more
GAINESVILLE, FL (FR) – As racism rears its ugly head throughout the nation, the need for compassionate and enlightened thinking swells. Incidents of racism in northeastern regions of Boston and New York, and the formation of groups like the skinheads…Read more
EAST LANSING, MI (FR) – Black History Week on the Michigan State University this year was not the usual rehash of the painful rift of prejudice between the blacks and whites. Instead, several black students heard a different message on…Read more
Foundations in Biblical Orthodoxy
Exposes the Dangers of Abortion to Women!
Digitally Remastered 1953 Classic
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