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Black Heritage stamp honors founder of the African Methodist Episcopal Church

    Black Heritage stamp honors founder of the African Methodist Episcopal Church

SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE PHILADELPHIA — The U.S. Postal Service has kicked off the national observance of Black History Month with the dedication of a Forever stamp honoring preacher, activist

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Activist theologian urges public to work in community

    Activist theologian urges public to work in community

Rahiel Tesfamariam speaks at Wake Forest University on Feb. 4. BY TIMOTHY RAMSEY  FOR THE CHRONICLE Rahiel Tesfamariam has taken the torch from the African-American leaders of the past and

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Nearly 200 attend bonding Super Bowl Party at St. Peter’s

    Nearly 200 attend bonding Super Bowl Party at St. Peter’s

Carolina Panthers fans watch as their team takes on the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl 50 on Sunday, Feb. 7. BY TEVIN STINSON THE CHRONICLE Eyes across the nation were

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Neighborhood keeps St. Philips Moravian going

    Neighborhood keeps St. Philips Moravian going

Photos by Timothy Ramsey Above is the historic old church of St. Philips Moravian Church. The church moved to its current location at 3002 Bon Air Ave. N.E. in 1967,

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African Storytelling and Drum Circle set for Black History Month

  African Storytelling and  Drum Circle set for Black History Month

Photo provided by Old Salem Museums & Gardens The Healing Force is a family of singers, storytellers and musicians.  

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St. John C.M.E. to hold mortgage burning ceremony

  St. John C.M.E. to hold mortgage burning ceremony

Submitted photo St. John Christian Methodist Episcopal Church is expected to burn its mortgage Sunday. Special to The Chronicle For

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Opera singers, WSSU Choir to perform for fundraiser

  Opera singers, WSSU Choir to perform for fundraiser

Submitted photos Winston-Salem State University Choir will perform Saturday, Jan. 30 at First Baptist Church, 700 N. Highland Ave. Special

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Greater Cleveland Avenue welcomes gospel artist Tye Tribbett

  Greater Cleveland Avenue welcomes gospel artist Tye Tribbett

Above: Tribbett Special to The Chronicle Greater Cleveland Avenue Christian Church, 5095 Lansing Drive, will have its fifth Sunday Great

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Struggle of the black community emerges in celebratory sermon

  Struggle of the black community emerges in celebratory sermon

Photos by Timothy Ramsey St. Paul’s Pastor Donald Jenkins welcomes everyone to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebration Monday

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Goler Metropolitan’s Health Ministry wins award

  Goler Metropolitan’s Health Ministry wins award

Goler Metropolitan’s Health Ministry wins award Submitted photo The Goler Health Ministry is shown, with Kimberly Ellerbe holding the “North

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