With its lineup of national-touring artists, this concert may be the region's Gospel event of the year.
- The White Church: On Slavery, Lynchings and Racism
- KCK was a Hotbed for the Klan in the 1920s
- Obscure History of Black Lynchings in Kansas and Missouri
- BHFOD 25: Inez Kaiser, the First Black Woman to Open a National PR Firm
- Strengthen the Vine First Fridays Set to Return March 5
- People Who Wear Glasses Less Likely to Catch COVID
- Other Remaining Black Towns
- Oklahoma's Existing Black Towns
Just a week after turning over leadership of his congregation to his son, Mt. Carmel Church of God in Christ’s Bishop Ervin Sims Jr., who grew the church and its outreach over 40 years, died on Jan. 6 at age 72 after a long illness, family said.
“The sky at night is breathtaking,” recalls Vita Drew about the long-ago days and nights of her youth at Camp Ascension, a 160-acre ranch out in God’s Land. The camp, located 127 miles east of Wichita, and 132 miles south of Kansas City, KS, is about as rural as any city kid will get, but so…