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Ministers Ponder Role of Church In Light of Dr. King’s Legacy

Four African-American ministers described what they believed the role of the church should be at a Saturday forum at Fleetwood-Jourdain Community Center. With Dr. Larry Murphy of Garrett-Evangelical Seminary on the Northwestern campus serving as moderator, the panelists told their experiences leading parishioners in Evanston. Carliss Moody of Faith Temple Church of God in Christ, […]

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Eight From ETHS Among ‘Those Who Excel’

District 202 School Board member Mary Wilkerson was among 38 individuals and teams of people from around Illinois to receive top honors from the Illinois State Board of Education for their outstanding contributions to education.    In addition, seven Evanston Township High School faculty members – math teacher Richard Kaplan, counselor Brian Cadogan, and the Spanish Heritage […]