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Hood’s EduWorship Experience

Hood’s EduWorship Experience By Dr. Mary A. Love EduWorship is an intentional experience at Hood Theological Seminary that brings awareness to Breast Cancer, Children and Domestic …

Witherspoon Wins School Board Election

On Tuesday, November 7, 2023, Charlotte native Rev. Dr. Monty Witherspoon was elected to the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools (CMS) Board of Education. Dr. Witherspoon is a newcomer to the CMS Board, …

Sen. Murdock’s Open Letter Condemning Hamas’ Attack on Israel

I want to be clear in my unequivocal condemnation of Hamas’ horrific and ongoing attack against innocent Israeli civilians. The indiscriminate murder of Israeli people, the kidnapping and …

US NAVY NAMES SHIP AFTER HARRIET TUBMAN

On September 17, 2023, the Secretary of the Navy (SECNAV), Carlos Del Toro, named the ninth John Lewis class Replenishment Oiler (T-AO 213) ship after Ms. Harriet Tubman. Ms. Tubman was a member of …

Veterans Day: Honoring Unknown Soldiers

Veterans Day: Honoring Unknown Soldiers Contributors: Rev. Dr. Melanie Miller. Ms. Rhonda Cardwell, Ms. Marrea Evans, Ms. Carolyn Jacobs for Nazarene A.M.E. Zion Church, Mrs. Barbara Lynch …

Thanksgiving

New York, NY… In October 1863, months after signing the Emancipation Proclamation earlier in the year, President Abraham Lincoln made Thanksgiving an official holiday. Before the Emancipation, …

The Significance of Voter Education

            Around certain times of year (this is one of them) and when tragedies or situations occur that go against the grain of what various …

Ban or Ballot – Interconnected Struggles for Justice and Democracy

As the nation marks the 60th anniversary of the pivotal March on Washington, a timely reflection on the intricate relationship between voting rights and historical memory becomes imperative. The …

Clinton College will celebrate the opening of the academic year with its fall convocation on Wednesday, September 13, 2023, at 11:00 am in the JW Martin Gymnasium. This year, Rev. Dr. Otis Moss …

NAACP Honors Dr. Hazel N. Dukes with Spingarn Medal

"Dr. Hazel Nell Dukes, the 108th Spingarn medalist, exemplifies the resolute spirit of Black Americans, shattering barriers and making invaluable contributions to our nation," said NAACP National Board of Directors Chairman Leon W. Russell.

U.S. Mint Unveils Coin Designs in Honor of Abolitionist Harriet Tubman

The United States Mint recently unveiled the design of three bicentennial commemorative coins in honor of Harriet Tubman. The coins were revealed Sunday, July 23. 2023, at the African Methodist …

DALLAS, TX – Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. General President Dr. Willis, L. Lonzer, III announced the relocation of the Fraternity’s 99 th General Convention and 119 th Anniversary …

In a stark reminder that elections have real-life consequences, the three justices named to the Supreme Court by Donald Trump have joined three other Republican-nominated justices to issue a ruling …

Submitted by Rev. George E. McKain II Director of Public Affairs and Social Concerns A Call To Action has been given. A resetting of our value and charge to lead and build, nurture and guide, …

Submitted by Debra Chappelle-Polk, Zion Spotlight Editor, The Star of Zion Email: ZionSpotlight@StarofZion.org New York, NY - On Friday, April 14, 2023, Bishop Dennis V. Proctor, Presiding …

SALISBURY – Award-winning social justice activist Tamika Mallory is officially a Blue Bear of Livingstone College. The national movement strategist and author received an honorary doctorate …

"Ceremony under President 13 to start new traditions" SALISBURY – Social justice activist and leader Tamika …

The Board of Bishops of The A.M.E. Zion Church join with the global voices lamenting the death and celebrating the life of Harry Belafonte, a human rights, social justice, and entertainment icon who …

Clinton College announced today that Congresswoman Alma Adams will be the 2023 Commencement Speaker on May 6th in JW Martin Gymnasium. “We are honored to welcome …

This Maundy Thursday was another despicable day in history. It was almost akin to watching a grainy black and white video of 1950s-era white legislators and law enforcement in the Jim Crow South …

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