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Million Man March to draw another million
Thursday, October 8, 2015
This weekend an estimated 1 million people will commemorate the 20th anniversary of the Million Man March in our Nation’s Capitol. The theme “Justice or Else” is rallying people across the nation to meet Minister Louis Farrakhan Oct. 10 on the National Mall. The gathering seeks to bring attention to national issues such as poverty,
FSU's Kee adds to basketball staff
Thursday, October 8, 2015
Virginia State and Livingstone women, and Bowie State and Livingstone men were picked to win their respective divisions by the CIAA coaches at their annual media day. The Blue Bears are the two-time defending champions, while Virginia State won its first tournament title under coach James Hill. Former Fayetteville State men’s basketball player
Volleyball hits midseason stride
Thursday, October 8, 2015
The National Tenpin Coaches Association ranks Bowie State and Fayetteville State women’s bowling in the top 10 of the inaugural 2015-16 Preseason Division II/Division III poll. The Bulldogs are at No. 6, while the Broncos sit at No. 10. FSU won its 13th divisional championship last season with a 30-0 division record and 43-11 overall. The season
Raleigh teams still seeking first win
Thursday, October 8, 2015
N.C. Central (0-1 MEAC, 1-3 overall) vs. Florida A&M (0-5) Bethune-Cookman’s dominance over the Eagles continues after the Wildcats won their sixth straight against NCCU last weekend. The Eagles have not defeated B-CU since returning to the MEAC. Redshirt senior safety C.J. Moore was named MEAC Defensive Player of the Week after a team-high 11
Harold Jackson gone at Jackson State
Thursday, October 8, 2015
The streak is over. Chowan defeated Winston-Salem State 27-24 last weekend to end the Rams 29-game conference win streak. WSSU’s last home conference loss was to St. Augustine’s in 2010. The Hawks, Virginia Union and Bowie State are tied for first place in the CIAA North. Chowan and the Bulldogs meet Saturday in a divisional showdown, but
Hopkins out to prove ranking 'dead' wrong
Thursday, October 8, 2015
Joel Hopkins was enjoying his return to the CIAA last week in Charlotte. Fellow colleagues welcomed him back, jokes were flowing, the food was adequate, and then it happened. Co-worker and friend Jacques Curtis shoved a piece of paper in front of him. On it was the coaches preseason rankings. Hopkins’ eye darted to the top of the list, expecting to
Add pizzazz to your women's event
Wednesday, October 7, 2015
PENSACOLA, Fla. – Are you planning a women's event at your church this fall: a retreat, luncheon, conference, mission project or weekly ministry? Try adding these elements to create exciting, God-honoring pizzazz: The Buzz Factor: Generate anticipation. Give the event a great title or theme. Do excellent promotion using social media, quality
Selma's faith community seeks racial healing
Wednesday, October 7, 2015
SELMA, Ala. – When Jerry Light moved to Selma to become pastor of First Baptist Church several years ago, he was surprised that only two African-American churches identified as Southern Baptist. "It bothered me because Baptists are always missions-minded – both locally and abroad," Light said. "I know Selma has a racial stigma hanging over it,
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