September 6, 2019

Women are more educated and successful than ever. Yet, when it comes to their money, they still tend to stand on the sidelines, according to financial experts.

It’s something advocates are trying to change.

“We still abdicate our money decisions to other people,” said ce...

September 6, 2019

I have watched black people over the years laugh when nothing was funny, scratch where nothing itched, and run when nothing was chasing them. They heard voices that were never spoken, and footsteps that were not following them. 

It was Dr. King who reminded us that nobo...

September 6, 2019

Weddings are special times for all of us but one wedding that carried a weighty meaning for a daughter, father, mother and family, was that of Tenille Green, daughter of Father, Pastor Benjamin Green, which took place on Sunday, September 1st at New Covenant Baptist Ch...

September 6, 2019

When one thinks of healthcare, behaviors and attitudes about caring for one's body, mind, and spirit, African American Males have been identified as remiss in this effort. 

Nationally, an initiative was established in 2004, the National African American Male Wellness Wa...

September 6, 2019

School is in yeah, school days are here, yeah. This is what the doors rang out at Imagine School on Monday, August 19at 8:00 A. M. as parents walked through the doors with their children returning from the summer break. 

To the amazement of the students, as they walked...

September 6, 2019

By Interfaith Gazette Staff 

Fun day was a happy day on the grounds at Jerusalem Baptist Church. The month of August brings many festive occasions that mark nearing the end of the summer, vacations, trips, and sun. 

Jerusalem Baptist Church realized that their grounds co...