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Pastor Tony Spell continues to welcome congregants into Life Tabernacle Church despite warnings from local and state officials.
While More Black Churches Come Online Due to Coronavirus, Black Women Faith Leaders Have Always Been Here
Using social media apps, streaming platforms and websites, Black women have created their own spaces to do the work of faith and spirituality.
The Ebenezer Baptist Church, which was founded by freed slaves, held its last service on Sunday. It will soon be up for sale.
Dylann Roof, who killed 9 churchgoers at Mother Emanuel in Charleston, S.C. was too mentally ill to have represented himself, his lawyers argue.
John Kirby Kelley was arrested in connection to a swatting ring he participated in that intended to stoke fears among Black churchgoers.
In addition to allegedly being in violation of several city codes, Ward 11 Councilwoman Dona Brady allegedly fears that the hospitality center would add to drug-related issues that her ward is facing.
The two men are already scheduled to hold a service at Yankee Stadium next May.
Following Haley's questionable remarks on the symbolism of the Confederate flag, Twitter users were quick to set the record straight.
Senator Elizabeth Warren vows to use every tool in her administration to take on the growing threat of white nationalist terrorism.
Police say that the teenager targeted the church based on the fact that its congregation is majority Black.
We spoke to four incredibly brave women about how they healed, physically and emotionally, after tragedy struck. This is part three.
Nadine Collier, the daughter of Ethel Lance, and Jennifer Pinckney, the widow of the Rev. Clementa Pinckney, spoke to ESSENCE about how they are coping.