Atlah World Ministries
Atlah World Ministries recieves about 27,531 U.S. visitors per month. The chief pastor is James David Manning (born February 20, 1947) who grew up in Red Springs, North Carolina, and has been at ATLAH since 1981.
Manning achieved some controversy in the 2008 presidential election after ATLAH posted several sermons of his that were harshly critical of Democratic candidate Barack Obama on the website YouTube. Among other accusations, he called Obama a "good house negro" in one sermon while in another he referred to Obama as "trash" due to his mixed race heritage and accused him of being a "pimp" and "long-legged macdaddy," citing the viral video "I Got a Crush... on Obama". He stated that Obama "has the cadence of an Islamic person," and he called Obama's mother "trash." Manning defended his sermons in an interview on Fox News, saying that "we also have to talk about his character."
The Gettysburg Project: Seeking to denounce racism as the catalyst for the problems facing the Black population.
The Nile River Project: Exposing the ill effects of the media moguls of Jay-z, 50 Cent, and others upon the Black youth.
The Witch Doctor Project: Exposing the Magnificent Seven - Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton, Bill Clinton, T.D. Jakes, Louis Farrakan, Don King, and Cornell West, the American witch doctors.
New Virtual Reality School (Coming Soon)
Contact information for Atlah World Ministries is shown below.
38 West 123rd Street (Corner of Malcolm X Blvd.)
ATLAH, New York 10027
Toll Free: 1 (877) 777-0734
Telephone: 1 (212) 427-2839
Fax: 1 (212) 423-0450