West African religions are on the rise in Maryland as practitioners connect with roots | The Washington Post

Jonathan M. Pitts, The Washington Post Iyanifa Oyadele Ogunsina, known as Olori, tosses shells in a divination ceremony on the banks of the Scotts Level Branch in Pikes­ville, Md. She is a practitioner of Ifa, an ancient West African faith. (Kim Hairston/Baltimore Sun), Featured Image Baltimore County — They gathered in a clearing by a […]

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West Baden ‘Colored Church’ Taken Off Endangered List | Indiana Public Media A historic all-black church in West Baden is being taken off a list of endangered landmarks after the West Baden Springs Town Council voted to sell the white-frame building to an association of 18 church congregations.

A historic all-black church in West Baden is being taken off a list of endangered landmarks after the West Baden Springs Town Council voted to sell the white-frame building to an association of 18 church congregations.

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William Barber II, Legendary Civil Rights Leader, Steps Down From NC NAACP Leadership Role – The Root When the words “black liberation theology” are spoken, several names immediately come to mind: the Rev. James Cone, who coined the term; the Rev. Sojourner Truth; the Rev. Nat Turner; the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.; the Rev. Jeremiah Wright; Dr. Cornel West; the Rev. Dr. Traci Blackmon; and the Rev. Dr. William Barber II.

When the words “black liberation theology” are spoken, several names immediately come to mind: the Rev. James Cone, who coined the term; the Rev. Sojourner Truth; the Rev. Nat Turner; the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.; the Rev. Jeremiah Wright; Dr. Cornel West; the Rev. Dr. Traci Blackmon; and the Rev. Dr. William Barber II.

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