Pulling out all stops to boost black participation in Tuesday's election, black preachers told churchgoers that neglecting to vote is a strike against the civil rights struggles of the past:
"Go to the polls Tuesday in the name of our ancestors," Rev. Raphael G. Warnock told those gathered at Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta, where civil rights icon Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. held services.
Warnock told churchgoers . . .
There was a major setback Tuesday for a death row inmate given a rare chance by the U.S. Supreme Court to clear his name.
A federal judge ruled Tuesday that Troy Davis failed to prove his innocence. . .
Wednesday was day one for the evidentiary hearing of convicted cop killer Troy Davis.
Wednesday morning, a federal court judge began hearing new testimony. . .
The battle for Troy Anthony Davis' life has come a long way but is not over yet, his sister told a church audience Tuesday evening. . .
The Rev. Dr. Raphael Gamaliel Warnock recently was installed as the new Senior Pastor of Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta. He is the fifth pastor in the 120-year history of the famed church
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