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Rev. Dr. LaKeesha Walrond to Lead New York Theological Seminary into a New Era

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JOIN THE MILLENNIAL WOMANIST PROJECT AND HOSTS, MIN. GABBY CUDJOE WILKES AND MIN. ESTEE NENA DILLARD FOR WOMANISTS TAUGHT US (WTU).

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Lecture given by Dr. Marvin McMickle at Colgate Rochester Crozer Divinity School during a week-long symposium on the impact of James Cone and Black Theology.

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Dr. Kelly Brown Douglas, Dean of Episcopal Divinity School at Union Seminary, launches a new video series with an interview with Austin Channing Brown, author of “I’m Still Here: Black Dignity in a World Made for Whiteness.”

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A word on Colonizer Christianity and the imperative for an African-Centered corrective with respect to our Faith.

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The Legacy Series presents “A Conversation with Bishop Timothy J. Clarke ,” hosted by Dr. Frank A. Thomas, Director, PhD Program in African American Preaching and Sacred Rhetoric at Christian Theological Seminary.

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The Allen Temple Baptist Church made history by voting to elect Dr. Jacqueline A. Thompson as its’ new Senior Pastor – the ninth Senior Pastor and the first woman to ever serve in this capacity in the 100 year history of this pioneering congregation.

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The National African American Reparations Commission (NAARC) applauds several Presidential contenders for their recent expressed interest in reparations and calls on all the candidates to prioritize reparatory justice as an issue of importance to Black voters in the weeks and months ahead.

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On January 2nd of this year, as I was crossing the border to come back into the country where I was born, I was detained by customs and border control for several hours, where officers of the most intense organization of the Department of Homeland Security interrogated me about the humanitarian work that I and other organizations – including the New Sanctuary Coalition – have done to support migrants.

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The Annual Greeley Lecture for Peace and Social Justice was delivered by Rev. Dr. Kelly Brown Douglas and examined the social/political and theological implications of whiteness as an impediment to living God’s justice.

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