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Regent Announces Partnership to Reach Minority Students
The road to becoming a Marine is grueling and tough. Imagine what it must have been like for the first African Americans to join.
Black History: Christians Urged to 'Change Atmosphere'
Some Black Leaders Oppose More Gun Control
Determined to Serve: Black Doctors in the Civil War
During that American Civil War, many freed blacks enlisted in the Union Army, including several doctors. Little is known about these brave men but there is a move to change that.
U.S. gymnast Gabby Douglas became the darling of the 2012 Summer Olympic games, winning two golds. But her journey contained many bumps. She shares her story with CBN News's Charlene Israel.
Gabby Douglas: Grace, Gold, and Leaps of Faith
Barack Obama made history in 2008 when he became the first African-American to be elected president. Republican challenger Mitt Romney could also make history in 2012, if he becomes the first Mormon to win the White House.
Black Bishop: End 'Slavish Devotion' to Democratic Party
Minority Church Leaders Usher 'Souls to the Polls'
Pro-Lifers Highlight Abortion in Black Community
On CBN Newswatch Sept. 27: Why some are skeptical of recent presidential election polls, Israel's Prime Minister warns U.N. leaders on Iran, new campaigns to stop abortion in the African-American community, and more.
DNC Platform Puts Some Blacks, Latinos on the Fence
Black Pastors Thank GOP for Supporting Marriage
Barack Obama made history as the first African-American president in 2008. This year could also be historic if Mitt Romney were elected America's first Mormon president. That milestone will involve a number of complexities.
Fred Luter, Jr., shares about the impact on being the first African American leader in the 167-year history of the organization.
NAACP Boos Romney as he Criticizes Obama