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Memorial Day 2015

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“Eagle” by Joe Hing Lowe

Elohim (God) store. Red Hook, Brooklyn religion.

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Senegalese/NYC artist Cheikh Ndiaye at 1:54 Contemporary African Art Fair @PioneerWorks

Part III After August the Moynihan Report: The Post-Civil Rights Generation

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Who are the true heirs of the Moynihan Report 50 years later?

Prophet ignored — why was Moynihan’s warning of a looming family Armegeddon not heeded?

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Why did Moynihan’s good intentions end up with such disappointing results? The missing faith factor. Part II in series

Anniversary of a prophecy of Armageddon for two-parent families, Part I

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“The Moynihan Report,” was released as a seemingly bland government report in March 1965

The Witching Texts of Bushwick, Brooklyn

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The globalization of communications means that isolated religious experts in the smaller religions have bigger markets, more expertise and support at their finger-tips than ever before.

Song for the times: “I Break Stereotypes” by Heesun Lee

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Staten Island rapper with MC Jin

Martin Luther King, Jr. & Billy Graham. The Road to NYC, 1957

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Martin Luther King, Jr.’s appearance at Billy Graham’s 1957 evangelistic crusade in NYC infuriated segregationists.

The Catholics of #Williamsburg and #Greenpoint, #Brooklyn

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The forty-two Catholic churches, schools and social service groups are a powerful lens on the important role of Catholics in New York City’s spirituality, faith-based social services and politics.Part 16 of A Journey through Williamsburg-Greenpoint religions.

Mexican immigrants in the Bronx celebrate Our Lady of Guadalupe

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Every Dec. 12, Mexicans celebrate the Virgin Mary because they believe she appeared to a peasant at the hill of Tepeyac, near Mexico City, in the 1500s. This tradition continues with Mexican immigrants in the South Bronx, as they gather with the congregation of St. Augustine’s Catholic Church.

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