Tag: Coalition of African-American Pastors

A girl stands with her mother near the spot where a youth was shot and killed by a policeman November 13, 2007 in Brooklyn, New York. After receiving a 911 call from the youth?s mother, New York City police shot and killed an 18-year-old youth who was armed with a …

Rev. William Owens: What About Black American Children Separated from Their Parents?

“African American children, in particular, have suffered from cultural upheaval, the evil of eugenics disguised as abortion rights, fatherless homes, and policies that have helped destroy families and communities,” he asserted. “Yet no one is calling for relief from their plight. What’s more, their pain and inequality has deeper roots – going all the way back to the failed policies of President Johnson’s Great Society.”

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Black Pastors Leader: Black Lives Matter Spews ‘Twisted View of Christianity’

The leader of the black pastors organization that was born during the Civil Rights Movement led by Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. says the radical Black Lives Matter movement has failed to educate its members about the “real” Civil Rights Movement and is spewing a “twisted view of Christianity.”

Dr. Alveda King, founder of King for America, Inc., gestures at the Justice Sunday III rally on January 8, 2006 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Sponsored by the Family Research Council, the rally was held one day before the start of confirmation hearings for Supreme Court nominee Samuel Alito.

Alveda King Tells Liberals: Stop ‘Tired,’ ‘Outdated’ Race-Baiting

Dr. Alveda King writes that liberal race-baiting serves only to create unrest as it overlooks – for the purpose of maintaining a mindset of victimization — the true nature of African Americans, who have survived overwhelming oppression “from first slavery and then segregation and racism.”

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LGBT Activists Rush Onto Stage To Disrupt March for Marriage Rally

A leader of the Coalition of African-American Pastors (CAAP) who spoke at the March for Marriage in Russellville, Arkansas Saturday was interrupted in her address when LGBT activists with protest signs and rainbow flags ran up on the stage with her, attempting to disrupt the event.

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Day of Silence: How the LGBT Agenda Is Hijacking America’s Youth

On Friday, April 17, the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network (GLSEN) will have thousands of public high school students, and increasing numbers of middle school students, remain silent throughout an entire school day to promote the militant LGBT agenda among young people.

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Black Coalition Leader: ‘Neighborhood Schools Before Integration Worked Well’ for Minority Students

As President Obama expresses his desire to further increase the federal government’s role in education, the education leader of a prominent black pastor’s organization tells Breitbart News more federal government is not what lower income and minority students need. Instead, parents and strong communities – such as the kind that existed before integration – are what will sustain student achievement. “Neighborhood schools before integration worked well because students made important connections with the school family and their community, despite the access and equity issues of the day,” Dr. Deborah De Sousa Owens observes.