From Christmas to Kwanzaa: An African-American Tradition

By: Darwin Campbell “Kwanzaa affirms that mothers and fathers of previous generations transmitted African-Americans’ existence and persistence to the mothers and fathers of today. Pass it on.” — Dorothy Winbush Riley HOUSTON – This year marks the 50th anniversary of Kwanzaa. Kwanzaa, or “First Fruits of the Harvest,” is an African-American and Pan-Africian holiday which…

Bishop Johnny A. Tate

Everyone is not privileged to genuinely sing the song, “May the Works I’ve Done Speak for Me” and resonate that they have lived the life accordingly. Nonetheless, one of Houston’s own is definitely worthy of the praises that this song yields. Johnny A. Tates is a powerful preaching and teaching machine, and one that has…