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Free event at 7 p.m. EST Thursday, Jan. 21, 2021, features Princeton scholar Dr. Eddie S. Glaude

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Not Yo Respectable Negro.💯✊🏿

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So this book will come and go. The American empire will crumble and fall. What remains is the fire of truth and power. And that is a fire no water can put out.

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Faith Compass WFU

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Adams discussed her book and the work her soul must have with Katie Geneva Cannon Center for Womanist Leadership Director Melanie Jones.

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KGCCWL Director Melanie Jones interviews Austin Miles, leading RVA painter, muralist, and graphic designer, who shares about the meaning-making behind her artistry celebrating Black women.

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Eddie Glaude, James S. McDonnell Distinguished University Professor in the Department of African American Studies, will engage in conversation with Ph.D. candidate Nyle Fort.

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Conversation with Bishop Nelson about Rev. Albert Cleage, The Shrine of the Black Madonna, & the Pan African Orthodox Christian Church and special guest Rev. Dr. Earle Fisher.

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In this public conversation, which is a preview of the 2022 Folklife Festival program Creative Encounters: Living Religions in America, two respected scholars of religion—Anthony Pinn and Brad Braxton—will candidly examine the role of religious traditions in both frustrating and facilitating hope.

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On Black Lives Matter:A Theological Statement from the Black ChurchesJuneteenth 2020 [COVID] On the occasion of this 155th observance of Juneteenth, the jubilant celebration of the ending of American legal chattel slavery, we, a collective of interdenominational Black pastors and Black theologians representing the prophetic tradition of Black churches in the United States of America, […]

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