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There Once Were Three Black Popes– Will there be More?

By Ralph E. Moore Jr., Afro News With the recent death of retired Pope Benedict XVI, some little-known history of Black occupants of the papacy...

Black Jewish Creatives Focus on Celebrating Their Narratives and Building Community

By Tamerra Griffin, New York Amsterdam News, Word in Black Raven Schwam-Curtis danced along to music pumping from the speakers at a shuk one night...

‘Untraditional’ Hanukkah celebrations are often full of traditions for Jews of color

By Samira Mehta, The Conversation Hanukkah, the Jewish “festival of lights,” commemorates a story of a miracle, when oil meant to last for one day lasted...

Celebrating Hanukah: The History, Traditions and the Faithful

By Solomon O. Smith, California Black Media Hanukkah, one of the most visible holidays of the Jewish faith, is right around the corner. As much as...

Lag in slavery reparations from US Jesuits irks descendants

By Deepa Bharath, Associated Press Last year, the U.S. branch of the Jesuits pledged to raise $100 million for a reconciliation initiative in partnership with...