Month: November 2019

ESPN Designates December 4 As Stuart Scott Day in Honor of Late ‘SportsCenter’ Anchor Who Died of Cancer

Subject Stuart Scott; ESPN Description “You beat cancer by how you live, why you live, and in the manner in which you live,” Scott said during a 2014 ESPYs acceptance speech. Creator lyssa Curtis Source Publisher File

Rev. Clay Evans, Civil Rights Leader, Evangelical Broadcaster, and Gospel Icon, Dies at 94

Subject Remembering The Life Of Late Rev. Clay Evans Description The Rev. Clay Evans, a civil rights leader, influential evangelical broadcaster, and gospel music icon, died Wednesday at 94. Creator Maureen O’Donnell Source Publisher File

Cam Newton Lifts Spirits, Including His Own, With Thanksgiving Jam

Subject NFL; Community Service Description Thanksgiving Celebration: Even though injuries have kept him off the field this season, Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton isn’t on the sidelines when it comes to helping the community. Creator WTVD-TV Source Publisher File

Rev. George Clements Has Died; Famed Holy Angels Pastor Was an Advocate for Civil Rights and Adoption

Subject The Life Of The Late Rev. George Clements Description Clements’ career inspired a made-for-TV movie in 1987, “The Father Clements Story,” and made the priest “a pioneering voice.” Creator Carlos Ballesteros and Mitch Dudek Source Publisher File

Tyler Perry Helps Sick Man Leave Mexico Hospital. Covers $14K Tab!

Subject Tyler Perry; Good Deed; Medical Costs Description Tyler Perry just rescued a couple who were essentially trapped in a Mexican hospital, which wouldn’t let them leave until their bill was paid — and the story is WILD!!! Creator Source Publisher File

‘My Duty as a Black Man’: The Artist Preserving Gazebo Where Police Killed Tamir Rice

Subject Tamir Rice; Artist; Description Visual artist Theaster Gates collects neglected black cultural objects in the hopes of preserving and displaying the complicated history of race in America. Creator André Wheeler Source Publisher File

MacArthur ‘Genius’ Tyshawn Sorey Is Opera Philadelphia’s New Composer in Residence

Subject Musician; Music; Art; Philadelphia Description Opera Philadelphia Collaboration With Sorey: The opera company is also changing an essential aspect of its composer-in-residence program. Creator Peter Dobrin Source Publisher File

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