Protesters Flood D.C. Streets, Angered by Trump’s ‘Silence’

On an idyllic summer afternoon in the District on Sunday, Aug. 13, thousands took to the streets in the shadows of the White House to voice their concerns after armed white supremacists in Charlottesville took prejudice and violence to new heights just one day earlier — resulting in dozens of injuries and even death in a daylong melee captured on video that confirms the tenuous state of race relations in today’s Donald Trump-led America. [read more…]

America’s Black Clergy Confront Congress, Trump

Dozens of faith leaders from across the country, all members of the centuries-old collective commonly referred to as the “Black Church,” converged on Capitol Hill Tuesday, sending a message of discontent and a prophetic word opposing injustice to President Donald Trump and the Republican-dominated Congress on behalf of the hundreds of millions of African-Americans who comprise the laity of America’s stronghold of the Black faithful. [read more…]

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