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A Historical Timeline of the Catholic Church

A Historical Timeline of the Catholic Church

c. 33: First Christian Pentecost; descent of the Holy Spirit upon the disciples; preaching of St. Peter in Jerusalem; conversion, baptism and aggregation of some 3,000 persons to the first Christian community. St. Stephen, deacon, was stoned to death at […]
What is Islam? A Short History

What is Islam? A Short History

Pre-Islamic The Arabian Peninsula the birthplace of Islam is one of the hottest and driest regions in the world, consisting mainly of deserts. Since ancient times tribes of the nomadic race had populated the region. Considered the descendents of Noah’s […]
Brief History of Judaism

Brief History of Judaism

Why Study History of Judaism  We learn Jewish history not only to avoid the mistakes of the past, but to understand where our destiny is taking us.   The Bible as History  An enormous amount of information in the Bible […]
Community Call

Community Call

Who are we? We are women born of the past generations, we are women present in the here and now, we dream of a future that is yet to be. Who are we? We are women made up of all […]
Women’s Prayer

Women’s Prayer

Let us Remember…. We are in the Holy presence of God. Lord, make me an instrument of peace: Bless all women who daily strive to bring peace to their communities, their homes and their hearts. Give them strength to continue […]
Additional Political Parties Websites

Additional Political Parties Websites

    American Independent Party Green Party Libertarian Party Peace & Freedom Party
Republication Websites

Republication Websites

  Republication Party Website Republication Party of California
Democratic Websites

Democratic Websites

Democrats Party Website California Democrats Website  
History of Voting Rights

History of Voting Rights

1776: Although the Declaration of Independence has just been signed and the United States’ independent status has not yet been recognized by many countries, the right to vote begins in America as a legal privilege almost exclusively available to white, […]
A Civil Rights History: Latino/Hispanic Americans

A Civil Rights History: Latino/Hispanic Americans

A Civil Rights History: Latino/Hispanic Americans by Andrea Faville By the mid-1800s, land-hungry Americans had expanded westward from the original 13 colonies along the Eastern Seaboard to just beyond the Mississippi River. Emboldened with the fervor of “Manifest Destiny” — […]
A History of the Voting Rights Act

A History of the Voting Rights Act

The Voting Rights Act is a historic civil rights law that is meant to ensure that the right to vote is not denied on account of race or color.   1866 Civil Rights Act of 1866 grants citizenship, but not […]
History of the Democratic Party

History of the Democratic Party

Democratic Party, in the United States, one of the two major political parties, the other being the Republican Party.The Democratic Party has changed significantly during its more than two centuries of existence. During the 19th century the party supported or […]
The History of the Republication Party

The History of the Republication Party

Republican Party, by name Grand Old Party (GOP), in the United States, one of the two major political parties, the other being the Democratic Party. During the 19th century the Republican Party stood against the extension of slavery to the […]
Oh Freedom!

Oh Freedom!

LGBT Terms and Definitions

LGBT Terms and Definitions

Here are some of the words and acronyms that are commonly used in American English for LGBT issues. LGBT, LGBTQ, LGBTQA, TBLG: These acronyms refer to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer or Questioning, and Asexual or Ally. Although all of […]
History: The Right To Vote

History: The Right To Vote

When the polls open on Election Day, every citizen over the age of 18 will be able to cast a vote. It is a right we take for granted, one that defines our nation as a democracy. But universal suffrage […]
U.S. Women’s Suffrage Timeline

U.S. Women’s Suffrage Timeline

1837 Young teacher Susan B. Anthony asked for equal pay for women teachers. 1848 July 14: call to a woman’s rights convention appeared in a Seneca County, New York, newspaper. July 19-20: Woman’s Rights Convention held in Seneca Falls, New […]
A Brief History of Women’s Rights Movement

A Brief History of Women’s Rights Movement

Women’s rights movements are primarily concerned with making the political, social, and economic status of women equal to that of men and with establishing legislative safeguards against discrimination on the basis of gender. Women’s rights movements have worked in support of these aims […]
Prayer to God: Standing Together

Prayer to God: Standing Together

In the face of devastating suicides recorded in newspapers and experienced in ordinary neighborhoods and families, the Boston University School of Theology (STH) offers the prayer below to remember young people who have been bullied because of their sexual orientation. […]
Prayer for Parents of Lesbian and Gay Catholics

Prayer for Parents of Lesbian and Gay Catholics

Let us Remember That we are in the Holy presence of God Thank you, Lord, for each other. Give us support, understanding and appreciation for where we are in our journey. Grant us the serenity to understand the precious ones […]
A Prayer for Those Who Are Bullied

A Prayer for Those Who Are Bullied

Let us Remember That we are in the Holy presence of God Let us remember that when we laugh at someone, they feel pain. Let us remember that when we pick on someone they are angry but also afraid. Let […]
Tim Cook

Tim Cook

Following Steve Jobs as CEO of Apple, one of the world’s most valuable companies, was always going to be tough. But Cook is putting his stamp on the company. The son of a shipyard worker, he worked at Compaq and […]
Tammy Baldwin

Tammy Baldwin

Tammy Baldwin, the Democratic senator for Wisconsin, has chosen to ignore those she calls “the naysayers, the cynics, and the keepers of the status quo; those who say ‘you can’t, you shouldn’t, or you won’t'”. Her career is a perfect […]
Sir Elton John

Sir Elton John

Singer-songwriter Elton John has been funneling money into his Aids Foundation since 1992. Every year, he opens his house to hundreds of celebrities and invited guests for a ball to raise money for the foundation, and also holds post-Grammy and […]
Charles Rice – Gonzalez

Charles Rice – Gonzalez

Charles Rice-González, born in Puerto Rico and reared in the Bronx, is a writer, long-time community and LGBT activist, co-founder of BAAD!    In 1998, Charles co-founded, with award-winning choreographer/dancer Arthur Aviles, BAAD! – The Bronx Academy of Arts and Dance, […]