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The Womanist Challenge of Self-Examination and Truth-Telling for Black Millennial Men

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If what we create will shape others, whether we mean for it to or not, then we have to do it on purpose.

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By Racquel Gill, Being a millennial woman of African descent in ministry is to acknowledge that I represent an institution of complexity. I am learning to appreciate how the black church has been a healing station throughout generations while also mourning how it has served as a site of trauma. When there were so few […]

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If the black church is the home of black genius and social engagement, the Millennial Womanist is the necessary architect.

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One reality is that spiritual activism and faith advocacy through relationship building, autoethnography, and social media has its own set of struggles. However, it is a way to make information a bit more publicly accessible.

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The soil is fertile and new seeds are ready to be planted. We invite you to meet us in the garden.

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DOWNLOAD – OH SAY CAN YOU SEE- LITANY   AUTHOR’S BIOS Rev. Melanie C. Jones, M.Div. is a womanist ethicist, millennial preacher, and intellectual activist. She is pursuing a Ph.D. in Ethics, Theology and Culture at Chicago Theological Seminary. Her doctoral dissertation entitled “Up Against a Crooked Gospel: Black Women’s Bodies and the Politics of Character […]

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On 25 May – commonly know as Africa Day and officially as African Liberation Day – there will be a series of actions and events across the continent to mark the launch of the movement.

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  “WE HAVE A BEAUTIFUL HISTORY, AND WE SHALL CREATE ANOTHER IN THE FUTURE THAT WILL ASTONISH THE WORLD.”–MARCUS GARVEY                 #ImAfricanBornIn                           Join in the 2017 African Diaspora Conversation In celebration of the International Decade for People of African Descent Through your […]

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Over the past two years, faith groups representing 118 million Americans mobilized to call on the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau to enact a strong rule addressing the harms of 300% interest payday lending debt traps.

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