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He was born into poverty and struggled to fit in. Now, Dr. Williams is helping minority youth find their place in academics.
Bill Donohue will discuss his book “Secular Sabotage”. He is the President of the Catholic League.
The Beverly Hills plastic surgeon talks about how plastic surgery can help improve self-esteem and body image.
In this precedent-setting election year it seems the evangelical vote is up for grabs. Amy Sullivan, editor of Time Magazine, discusses the role of faith in politics.
Dr. James E. Dowd explains the restorative powers of vitamin D and demonstrates healthy recipes in the kitchen with Kristi.
Years ago, a government official warned that black families were falling apart. But some black leaders are working to turn things around.
The Fisk Jubilee Singers were the first to share Negro spirituals with the world.
An inner city prep school in Chicago is working to prepare African American males for college.
The economic crisis has cities across the country facing an increase in home foreclosures and a decrease in tax revenue.
The national program tours the country, exposing disadvantaged boys to positive role models and mentors in their communities.
Scott Ross sits down with the D.C. lobbyist to discuss how his Christian upbringing became his political foundation.
Shawn Brown sits down to talk to Tony Dungy about his career as an NFL coach and his decision to retire.
Dr. Ian Smith, diet expert on VH1's "Celebrity Fit Club," discusses how to keep the weight off by changing your daily eating habits.
Although born on the same day as President Abraham Lincoln, millions think scientist Charles Darwin was more heroic.
African-Americans involved in ministry and civil rights came together at the People's Inaugural Prayer Breakfast to intercede for President Barack Obama.
CJ was a thug and a hustler on the streets. However, all the guns and drugs could not stop the prayers of his grandmother.
Memphis' teen pregnancy rate is nearly twice the national average. And it's a crisis that has city leaders turning to the church for answers.