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Hood celebrates its 20th Annual Bishop James Walker Hood Donor and Scholarship Recognition Dinner

Hood Theological Seminary celebrated its 20th Annual Bishop James Walker Hood Donor and Scholarship Recognition Dinner. The master of ceremonies was Dr. Angela Davis-Baxter and supported by Dr. …
By John Everett

Livingstone Graduate Leads in Democracy

W. Mondale Robinson is a Livingstone College alumnus who has truly flung his light of wisdom since graduating in 2012. A political science major, Robinson serves as the youngest mayor of his hometown…
By Star of Zion News

Living the Dream

What do soccer, graphic design, and hip-hop have in common? I’ll tell you that in a minute.   June is Black Music Month. As we head into the summer with many of our favorite …
By Rev. Dierdre' R. Parker, Entertainment & The Arts Editor

Juneteenth 2024

“The way to right wrongs is to turn the light of truth upon them.” -Ida B. Wells Juneteenth – which is the short hand phrase for June 19th – falls on a Wednesday [June …
By Rev. Allison N. Lee, Ed.D., MTS

INDIA: A Christian Legacy. What of it's Christian Future?

Union of Catholic Asian News, Christianity Today, Dreamstime Stock Photos
Indian Christians are on their knees, praying for a change in the nation’s political direction. Christianity is India’s second largest minority religion after Islam in this the…
By Rev. Ronald A. Nathan, World Politics Editor
Zion Spotlight

Clinton College Celebrates 2024 Commencement Ceremony

Rock Hill, SC - On Friday, May 3rd, 2024, Clinton College held its highly anticipated 2024 Commencement Ceremony at the Bishop Kenneth Monroe Transformation Center in Rock Hill, South Carolina. The …

By Rev. Roderick J. Josey

REV. DR. ALDON ALFRED CARSON SEEKS EPISCOPACY

Yonkers, NY- June 2024 …, The trajectory of the presiding elders' spiritual journey in the African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church began when he was a child. He faithfully and dutifully …

By Mrs. Kathryn Finch Warren

Livingstone College Builds Community Relations

The summertime gives many educational institutions around the nation a much-needed break from the academic school year; however, considering the importance of the upcoming presidential election, the…

By Star of Zion News
Education News

Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Incorporated to Host the 84th Grand Conclave in Tampa, Florida

Atlanta, GA—Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Incorporated is proud to announce that it will host its 84th Conclave in Tampa, Florida, from June 27 to July 2. This highly anticipated …
By Dallas Thompson

Presiding Elder Michael E. Ellis retires from Livingstone College

Rev. Dr. Michael E. Ellis, department chair for Religious Studies, is retiring from Livingstone College. Ellis has served Livingstone for 15 years as a leader, mentor, and academician. A tenured …
By Star of Zion News
Social Justice News
I am a proud pastor in the African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church and love the concept of holy conferencing when we meet yearly at annual conferences to give an account of our stewardship. Holy …
By Kelcy G.L. Steele, Ph.D, M.Div
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On Sunday, February 18 th at 3pm in Broadway, North Carolina, the Cameron Grove African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church held a Black History program focused on the theme, Celebrating Our History, …
By Rev. Allison N. Lee, Ed.D., MTS
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“When peace come they read the ’Mancipation law to the cullud people.   [The freed slaves] spent that night singin’ and shoutin’. They wasn’t slaves no …
By Debra Chappelle-Polk, Zion Spotlight Editor
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Opinion News

Television and Its Influence on African American Children

Recent studies indicate that children who watch a lot of television are more likely to have problems adjusting to society. They are also likely to exhibit characteristics of extremely high levels of …
By Dr. Anthony T. Browder
Other news
This June, during Alzheimer’s & Brain Awareness Month, the Alzheimer’s Association in North Carolina is encouraging all Americans to take charge of their brain health…
By Alzheimer’s Association – Western Carolina Chapter
In recognition of Alzheimer’s & Brain Awareness Month in June, the Alzheimer’s Association in North Carolina educating all about the benefits of brain health. While there is currently …
By Alzheimer’s Association – Western Carolina Chapter
Welcome to the 2024 NBA Finals! The excitement in the air is electric as we prepare for the most thrilling showdown in basketball. This year’s Finals bring a special kind of joy and historical…
By Alexxis D. Hutchinson, Sports Editor
SCOTLAND A.M.E. ZION, POTOMAC, MD. — In July of 2019, the historic Scotland A.M.E Zion Church watched the foundation and walls of their church collapse after a devastating once-in-a-lifetime flood…
By Star of Zion News
Mr. Aaron Nance, an esteemed Assistant Professor and Division Chair of Education at Clinton College, recently had the honor of delivering a TED Talk on a topic of…
By Rev. Roderick J. Josey
Lifestyle News

Capsule Summer Wardrobe

Have you thought about what your style will be this summer? Try building a capsule summer wardrobe. A capsule wardrobe is multiple clothing items that can mix and match to create numerous outfits. A …
By Angel Eason, Lifestyle Editor
Health & Wellness News

Attention: Mental Health and Self-Care are related!

May is here. That means we are in the heart of the Spring Season. There are several themes which encompass the month of May. Mental Health Awareness Month is one of those themes. As a result of our …
By Daman De Leon, Health & Wellness Editor

Stress: The Silent Assassin

Long hours at the Job. Challenges within our relationships be they marriages, courtships, or platonic friendships. Obstacles with the school. Kids acting a fool. Financial Challenges (i.e., …
By Daman De Leon, Health and Wellness Editor

April: New Beginnings

April 2024 - New York, NY… January, the first month of the year, is the month of resolutions and good intentions. Similarly, April, the fourth month of the year, is the month of new …
By Debra Chappelle-Polk, Zion Spotlight Editor
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