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Sister Tarpley: Women’s History Month 2020

By Sister Tarpley, NDG Religion Editor A nonprofit educational organization founded in 1980 to bring women’s stories and contributions to the fore. The project was the...

Sister Tarpley: The Civil War Spy Mary Elizabeth Bowser

  Mary Elizabeth Bowser was born in the time period of 1839, in Richmond, Virginia.  She was born as a slave for the Van Lew...

Sister Tarpley: Remembering Dr. Patricia Bath

Women History Month “Valiant Women of the Vote.”  The theme honors "the brave women who fought to win suffrage rights for women and for the...

Sister Tarpley: Women History Month

By Sister Tarpley “Valiant Women of the Vote.”  The theme honors "the brave women who fought to win suffrage rights for women, and for the...

Sister Tarpley: Black History Continues with a Look at Inventions by Black Men

It has been said that Black History is a persistent strength in our society. I totally agree; it makes society aware of the great contributions...

Sister Tarpley: Black History Month Continues

The 2020 theme is: “African Americans and the Vote", Recognizes the struggle for voting rights among both Black men and Black women throughout American...

Sis. Tarpley: Discovering your African American ancestors

Editor's Note: This column was originally published January 30, 2014 This February 2014, our nation celebrates Black History Month.  I have heard, as you probably have,...

Sister Tarpley: Famous Quotes of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Lest we forget some of these inspiring words and quotes of Dr. King, remember the following: “Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do...

Sis. Tarpley: The World Honors Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

By: Sister Tarpley, NDG Religion Editor On January 20, 2020, our nation will celebrate the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., a Nobel Peace...

Sister Tarpley: Happy Birthday Jesus!

By: Sister Tarpley, NDG Religion Editor This is a requested column, for your information; perhaps you will learn something that you didn’t know. Story of the...

Sister Tarpley: Have you thought about your soul?

By: Sister Tarpley, NDG Religion Editor Have you ever stopped to wonder what this life is all about?  Why you’re here and where you’re going...

Sister Tarpley: Unexplainable Power

Editor's Note: Originally published July 2017 By: Sister Tarpley, NDG Religion Editor "I tell you the truth, we speak of what we know, and we testify...
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