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Howcee Productions Gospel "Bringing Families Communities and Churches Together"  We will cover all elements of the human being. We will minister to the whole man. Come join us. In "Bringing Families communities and Churches Together" What is gospel music? What is the common factor in all gospel music? that is sang played written regardless of what genre. The answer God (The Father) The Son (Jesus) The Spirit (Holy Spirit The Holy Ghost The Comforter) Thank you. "Host" Freddie C. Howard 

EJI is pleased to release this complete video of Education in America: Race, Implicit Bias, and Protecting Our Children which was recorded during our Peace and Justice Summit in Montgomery, Alabama, on April 27.

Three of the nation's leading experts on education reform discussed racial literacy, implicit bias, and rethinking how we educate children, especially children of color. Dr. Howard Stevenson from the University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Education is a leading voice on racial literacy and educational reform, who moderated the discussion with Dr. Walter Gilliam from Yale University, one of the nation's leading thinkers on implicit bias and child development, and Dr. Margaret Beale Spencer, chair of the Department of Comparative Human Development at the University of Chicago and an expert in resiliency, identity, and competence formation processes for youth. Introduced by the Honorable Vanzetta Penn McPherson, these professors share important insights on the future of education and teaching children burdened by our history of racial inequality.