Conversations Of A Sistah, Tracy L. Bell - Blog Talk Radio, Women's History Month

Prayer… how has it impacted women in history? on “Conversations Of A Sistah”

Woman Among Lit Votive Candles
Woman Among Lit Votive Candles

Many women in history have contributed their success and many achievements to the power of prayer. Although African slaves worked the cotton fields picking cotton, many times they could be heard singing hymns of praise and prayer despite the hardship from working “sun up until sun down” on different slave plantations. Regardless of their sufferings, trials and tribulations they believed in the power of prayer.

Historically, African-American people have been known to be very spiritual. From the old Negro spirituals sung during slavery, to using prayer as a catalyst for divine intervention during the civil rights movement.

Do you believe prayer is divine intervention? How has prayer sustained your well being or those women from your generation?

11988241_1022678271090085_4166327866448807571_nJoin me tonight at 6:30 p.m. EST on “Conversations Of A Sistah” via blog talk radio as we continue to celebrate Women’s History month, where my special guest on this topic is the awesome Ms. Karen B. Tucker (pictured right), writer, activist and author of the children’s book “Brown Little Me” a poem designed to celebrate and appreciate the blessing of having brown skin.

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See you on the air!