“He was a man who used his intellect and wisdom to make this a fairer and culturally richer country than the one we were born into.”
Many young people are taking a buffet approach to faith. They’re comfortable mixing in a variety of beliefs. “They go out into the marketplace of religious ideas and take parts of each,” he said. “It’s little bit of Jesus, a little bit of Buddha and a little bit of Hinduism.”
Consuela Lee, a jazz pianist who fought to establish an arts school for children in rural Alabama on the grounds of the moribund academy founded by her grandfather, died Dec. 26 in Atlanta. She was 83.
The libraries of Fisk and Tennessee State are learning techniques to preserve archival films and images during the HBCU Photograph Preservation Project Workshop. Protect the history folks!
National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA).