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Call for Papers to Celebrate Black Women’s Contributions in the Struggle for Liberation Due Date: 30 June 2020 VukaniBantuTsohangBatho invites poets, artists, writers, to contribute essays that seek to (re)define what it means to embody ubuntu. The call is dedicated to African women of all social standing – including but not limited – to scholars, […]

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So, if you choose to watch the stage production JESUS, do so with the correct images in mind.

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What can churches do to help during #coronavirus pandemic? And how could churches make the problem worse? This is what I’d tell my pastoral care students.‬ If you’re trying to figure out whether to hold or attend worship tomorrow, give me 15 minutes to help you think it through.

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DOWNLOAD PDF VERSION –  A Litany of Resilience, Resistance, and Liberation Litany authored by Rev. Dr. Earle J. Fisher. Rev. Fisher is Pastor of Abyssinian Baptist Church in Memphis, Adjunct Professor of Religious Studies & Humanities.

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TheoEd Talks – A distinguished womanist biblical interpreter, Dr. Wil Gafney reveals the Bible’s use of masculine and feminine imagery for God and how it invites us to look beyond traditional gender categories.

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If Martin Luther King, Jr. is freedom’s dreamer and Ella Baker is freedom’s organizer, then Wyatt Tee Walker is freedom’s architect.

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Watch Darnell L. Moore’s full lecture, Let’s Get Free: A Case for An Abolition Theology.

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The Rev. Raphael Warnock, the senior pastor at Martin Luther King Jr.’s historic church, entered the race for the U.S. Senate on Thursday with hopes of unifying Georgia Democrats in one of the nation’s premier 2020 contests.

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The Legacy Series presents “A Conversation with Rev. Dr. Marcus D. Cosby,” 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 urban neighborhoods were chosen because of their demographics, said the Rev. Traci Blackmon, the national UCC associate general minister for Justice and Local Church Ministries.

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