This podcast is designed to invite conversations around the Christian faith. Pastor Ellis rightly divides the word to reach and teach listeners how to theologically…
Tamika Mallory came under fire after a recent appearance on ABC’s “The View” where she allegedly failed to condemn Min. Louis Farrakhan at the behest of Meghan McCain.
During Thursday’s edition of #RolandMartinUnfiltered, Mallory and Adam Serwer, Staff Writer at “The Atlantic” who penned the column, “Why Tamika Mallory Won’t Condemn Farrakhan” (https://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2018/03/nation-of-islam/555332/), discussed the Farrakhan conundrum.
Millions of women across the country and around the world joined in protest on Jan. 21, 2017, for the Women’s March on Washington. For many, it was an eye-opening experience that propelled them into activism they never knew before.
Ahead of the third annual march, controversies arose around the national Women’s March organization. Organizers have tried to redirect attention by unveiling a political platform called the “Women’s Agenda” while planning the Washington protest but have been dogged by questions of alleged anti-Semitism, a trademark dispute over who owns the “Women’s March” name, rumors of infighting and opaque financial dealings. Read more http://ow.ly/3sAQ30nmiZF