Upset with elected officials after COVID-19 halted her business, woman registers people to vote

Frustrated by the response of elected officials after the pandemic slowed her business, Cassandra Wilson has used her down time for something she’d never done before: registering Mississippi Delta residents to vote.

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Cell phones and other digital devices can be a great way to keep up with the news and stay connected with friends and family, but using one excessively can increase your stress levels, negatively impact sleep and limit the amount of quality time you spend with your significant other.

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Women, Black History, and the Right to Vote

Roslyn M. Brock, Associate Minister at the historic Alfred Street Baptist Church in Alexandria, VA, and the youngest person elected Chairman of the NAACP National Board, speaks on social justice, Black history, and celebrating the 100th anniversary of women gaining the right to vote. 

URBAN FAITH MAGAZINE

Urban Faith features 13 relevant Biblical lessons presented in a contemporary magazine-style format.