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Youth Learn Black History with Earth Day Project

Youth Learn Black History with Earth Day Project

Written by Luke Blount on

Two youth groups from St. Aidan’s, Cypress, and Christ Church Cathedral, Houston, teamed up on Earth Day for a beautification project at historic Olivewood Cemetery, the oldest African-American cemetery in Houston near the banks of White Oak Bayou.

Austin Church to Host Art Night

Written by Jeanie Sablatura on

Almost 100 entries have been submitted by local writers, poets, artists, and musicians for the first Art Night at St. David's, Austin, on April 22 from 6-8:30 p.m.

St. David's Takes Ash Wednesday to the Streets of Austin

Written by Jeanie Sablatura on

St. David’s Episcopal Church will be participating in a project known as “Ashes To Go” when it takes to the streets of Austin on February 22 offering ashes to busy commuters and others who may not have time, or the initial inclination, to observe this day.

Black History Month Remembers African Burial Ground

Written by Commission on Black Ministry on

Around the time of the Revolutionary War, New York City was home to the largest urban community of slaves outside of Charleston, South Carolina. These slaves worked as skilled artisans and craftsmen, associated specifically with shipping, construction and other trades, as well as working as...

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