Faith has been known to move mountains, and this can be attested to by the African American luminaries featured in the second volume of the HISTORY MAKERS series. The struggles of those in the Black community to achieve their hopes and dreams can be monumental, but this documentary is an inspirational testament to the possibilities inherent in keeping dreams alive on the way to overcoming obstacles. The spiritual depth of ESSENCE MAGAZINE editorial director Susan L. Taylor--who also pens the "In the Spirit" column each month--is apparent in the story of her rise to success. Faith has supported the advancement of artists and visionaries as diverse as actress Kim Fields (THE FACTS OF LIFE), Reverend Al Sharpton, and blues legend BB King, all of whom share a belief in themselves, their community, and the betterment of humanity. Delivering a positive message tempered by the harsh realities faced by the Black diaspora, FAITH illustrates the power of unshakeable belief in a world full of stumbling blocks.
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The second volume of The History Makers centers on the importance of faith in both oneself and a higher being to achieve the impossible. Through a series of real-life stories and experiences, this documentary explores the strength of faith in the African-American community and the role it plays in achieving success. The inspirational stories from Susan L. Taylor, Reverend Al Sharpton, Kim Fields, BB King, along with many others serve to emphasize the power of believing in your dreams. Despite difficult challenges and strong opposition, these History Makers, through their real life stories and successes, illustrate the ability of a strong presence of faith to overcome even the most insurmountable of obstacles.
African American Culture |
African Americans |
American History |