It’s game time! Polls are starting to close around the country and results are rolling in. One thing is certain — this election is nail-bitingly close. With so much at stake, no amount of information is too much. So here’s what we know so far. Keep hitting refresh for the latest: So far the Electoral […]
First Lady Michelle Obama is wrapping up the end of a historic 8-year period in the White House alongside President Barack Obama. As the first black first lady of the United States, the list of her accomplishments during The Obama’s time in the White House is endless. She details what is at stake on this […]
In this edition of Faith Walking, Erica Campbell talks about making the decision not to conform, especially during a election year when we are being bombarded by influence from news outlets about who to vote for and what to think. At the end of the day, you have to make the choice that is right […]
Plus, New York woman shoved to death in front of a Times Square train and Janet Reno, the nation's first female US Attorney General, dead at 78.
Not making a choice is making a choice. It's sitting idly in the face of oppression and selfishly choosing yourself.
A week after FBI Director James Comey launched a probe related to a new batch of emails found on presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton’s private server, he’s now saying that she will not face any charges.
Fake ads that were circulating on Twitter told Clinton supporters to do just that.
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Bishop Paul Morton got the chance to chat with Erica Campbell and GRIFF about his new album, “Legacy: Live In New Orleans.” He says of this project, “legacy is how you want to be remembered,” and this project represents that for him. He also reveals some of the guest stars fans can hear on the […]
Key states like North Carolina and Florida have seen a decrease in the number of African-Americans heading to the polls.