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Omar Abdel Rahman, Brooklyn terrorist theologian dies in prison

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The blind Islamic sheikh whose fiery sermons blessed the assassination of Egyptian leader Anwar Sadat and a 1993 plot to bomb & kill in New York

Bushwick, Brooklyn SOJOURN — At the time, I didn’t like whites.

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Bishop Lonnie Stocks of The Jesus Saves Ministry Deliverance Center, 529 Evergreen Avenue

Jacob Riis’ loves — A video valentine

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NYC’s most famous reporter, photo-journalist, reformer was motivated by love.

SOJOURN through Chicago religions

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Humboldt Park, Chicago public art, Journey Influentials, Humboldt Park religions, Journey Workshop at Wheaton College…and more!

The Negro Churches of Harlem in 1930, Part 2 by George H. Hobart

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During the 1930s, Harlem was the greatest Protestant center in New York City.

Video: at Trump’s inauguration Cardinal Dolan offers Solomon’s prayer for wisdom

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Give me Wisdom and do not reject me from among your children.

The Negro Churches of Harlem in 1930, Part 1 by George H. Hobart

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We are making available excerpts of a hard to get report on the 1930 census of Harlem churches done by the Greater New York Federation of Churches.

When prophecy fails. The apocalypses that did not happen on November 8, 2016

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The conservative predictions of their own destruction didn’t come true. The liberal anticipation of the utter destruction of their enemies failed to be consummated.

Harlem Faith after the American Revolution

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After the War of Revolution in 1776, a battle-tested cohort of African American and White faith-based leaders developed an ardor for extending freedom.

New Harlem Village & Church

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The beginnings of church life in Harlem

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