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Meet Bishop Donald Hilliard ~ Tonight on “Conversations Of A Sistah”


Bishop Hilliard

I had the pleasure of attending his cathedral when he first opened it many years ago on the cusp of Pert Amboy, New Jersey. Today in 2014, this man has one church but now in three (3) locations; Perth Amboy, Asbury Park and Plainfield, NJ.

He heralds from East Orange, New Jersey growing up in Scotch Plains, Bishop Donald Hilliard (pictured above) is senior pastor of Cathedral International in Perth Amboy, New Jersey and the published author of fourteen self-help and inspirational books (Somebody Say Yes, A Safe Harbor Begins @ Home, How Daddy Can Make A Difference, After The Fall: Resurrecting Your Life From Shame, Disgrace and Guilt, Journal Your Journey: This Too Will Pass, 55 And Counting.

Founder and CEO of the Cathedral Community Development Corporation (CCDC), an umbrella organization providing a variety of outreach services to the local community in Perth Amboy, including mental health support, a library, a banquet center and a creative dance center, Bishop Hilliardย has also received numerous awards and citations for his efforts, both inside the church and beyond.

In light of the Ferguson, Missouri killing of Micheal Brown and countless others, join me tonight at 8:00 PM onConversations Of A Sistah viaConversations Liveas I speak with Bishop Hilliard regarding “the state of the black man“.

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See you on the air!

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91 thoughts on “Meet Bishop Donald Hilliard ~ Tonight on “Conversations Of A Sistah”

      1. What y’all think of tonight’s show?
        I thought it was an awesome show and this guest was just the sweetest!
        Sound Off!

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      2. Morning
        I didn’t know there would be a show last night. Gotta hear the rewind. Tracy posted the show late. so i thought it was cancelled or something.
        What was the closing song? ๐Ÿ˜›

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      3. Morning
        I didnโ€™t know there would be a show last night. Gotta hear the rewind. Tracy posted the show late. so i thought it was cancelled or something.
        What was the closing song?
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        Listen to the rewind for ya answer……….Morning thou

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      4. ainโ€™t gone be NO JUSTICE in Ferguson.
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        CoSign!
        It don’t take a rocket scientist to see that this is a setup and that prosecutor in this case has already favored the police officer. O_o

        Oh Mornin N shit!

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      5. Morning all.
        @Starr, the Ferguson county prosecutor’s father was killed by a black man, there will be NO Justice unless there is a federal investigation.

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  1. Loved the show. This dude has a church in 3 locations?? Hail he better be on sabbatical he has to keep his damn sanity ๐Ÿ˜› that’s what Trace said LOL ๐Ÿ™‚

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  2. The state of the black man in America? Trace that was a good topic. Kudos to you on those questions! Damn they were LOADED but good!!!! Bishop was awesome!!!

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  3. The state of Black man in America is one of constant progresses and tremendous challenges that Black men face both inner and outer obstacles that are mountainous in stature.
    Good subject Mz. Bell….He was sweet. I enjoyed him!!

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  4. He is on sabbatical bless his heart. That’s why ministers are so stressed out now because they carry the weight and burdens of the people. ๐Ÿ˜ฆ God bless him.

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  5. Bishop Hilliard was right and he was GOOD!!!!
    A lot of us don’t know the history of our people and the history of how we were treated AND MISTREATED. We must start marking the history of our people like the Jews and declare NEVER AGAIN!!

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  6. The state of the black man is serious people!
    In at least fifteen states, Black men were sent to prison on drug charges at rates ranging from twenty to fifty-seven times those of White men.
    Awesome topic!!

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  7. The reactions to the Trayvon Martin and George Zimmerman verdict reveal a great deal of information about this society’s misguided beliefs on race and the willingness of its people to remain steadfast and dogmatically is extremely necessary. Like the Bishop said we must take action marching is good but what should we be doing to IGNITE change?

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  8. I like cause this dude didn’t take all the credit for his success. he acknowledged the other people on his staff. God bless homey he was awesome!

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  9. We cannot begin to undo this negative racist past until we forthrightly address the problem of racial inequity and root it out from our core people.

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  10. There’s something very different happening with young black men, and it’s something we can no longer ignore people. Tracy your topic was of great substance. It was a good show!!

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  11. The plight of the black brothaz in our society go beyond the traditional approaches to looking at the plight of black men, especially when it comes to determining the scope of joblessness. The official unemployment rate can be misleading because they do not include those brothaz not seeking work or incarcerated. So like the Bishop said Trace, your question was wide and loaded!!!!!! But a good show none-the-less!

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  12. Good show Trace, Bishop was the right man for this topic. Despite these persistent problems of disproportionate police forces and issues in communities of color, a disturbing lack of accountability plagues us all.

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  13. Real good show Trace because the police killing of Michael Brown, an unarmed teenager in the streets of Ferguson, Missouri, coming on the heals of the killing of Eric Garner, an unarmed Black man by a policeman’s choke hold in Staten Island, New York, is yet another painful, traumatic reminder of the long history of occupation, torture, abuse and killing of Black people in America, particularly Black men. Loved tonight’ show topic Tra!

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  14. The question of the hour is, and has been for far too long, when will the killing of Black men and the occupation of Black communities stop? For the past several years, I have been repetitively crying out that there is a State of Emergency in Black America. This was a steering topic Ms. Tra. Bishop Hilliard shole had the answers too.

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  15. Unless and until this nation makes a firm and irreversible commitment to ensure that all people who live in this society will enjoy access to the same social and economic rights – good jobs, quality education, housing, health care, clean environment – instability, non-violence, and crime…This will continue to be problem amongst us.

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  16. Our goal must be nothing short of creating a just, humane, and peaceful society. If there is no justice, there will be no peace in these United States of America.

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      1. If there is no justice, there will be no peace in these United States of America.
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        There will be no peace because the prosecutor in Ferguson, Missouri is favoring the police officer that killed Mike Brown. His father was killed by a black man so y’all know he hates blacks.

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  17. Good show last night. Loved the tone of the conversation Tracy ๐Ÿ™‚
    Kudos to Bishop Hilliard for addressing the solution on the state of the black man.

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  18. The State of the black man? I agree with Bishop Preacher that we not being killed but killing each other. when we need to do better however still doesn’t justify the execution of our brothaz in these streets.

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  19. Good show last night. Tracy had me worried I thought she had cancelled last nights CONVERSATION truth is she posted late. ๐Ÿ˜›

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