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Millennial Womanism is an emerging concept developed by Liz S Alexander and Melanie C Jones that seeks to draw upon a unique womanist epistemological and methodological framework utilizing a millennial lens.

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Dr. Pollard’s reputation as an eminent scholar and renowned leader precedes him,” said Jinkins. “I believe he is precisely the leader Louisville Seminary needs for the next chapter in its history. And I feel honored to welcome him as the next president of the Seminary.” 

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The wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle has been hailed as a pivotal moment for multicultural Britain. But Dr William Ackah (Department of Geography, Birkbeck University of  London) argues that it is just another fleeting false dawn and there will be little lasting, positive impact for Black Britons.

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Rev. Nikia Smith Robert is the founder of Reverend Daughter Ministries where she provides faith-based social justice ministry through radical preaching, teaching and social activism.

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Pastor Mike McBride is the Founder & Pastor of The Way Christian Center in West Berkeley, California and the National Director for Urban Strategies/LIVE FREE Campaign with the PICO National Network.

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Beyoncé Mass held at Grace Cathedral in San Francisco, which was organized by reverend and theologian Yolanda Norton, who teaches a class on Beyoncé and the Hebrew Bible.

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The Vine SF at Grace Cathedral held a Beyoncé Mass on April 25 partnering with Professor and Reverend Yolanda Norton, lifting up the voices and lives of Black women and drawing on Beyoncé’s powerful music. The service grew out of Rev. Norton’s ” Beyoncé and the Hebrew Bible” class.

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Palestinian people are, with the exceeding generosity of United States taxpayer funding, systemically disenfranchised and oppressed by policies of the Israeli state.

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Eddie S. Glaude Jr. is the chair of the Center for African-American Studies and the William S. Tod Professor of Religion and African-American Studies at Princeton University.

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Dr. Johnny Bernard Hill is the Dean of Shaw University School of Divinity in Raleigh, NC.

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