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Believing that Millennial voices are rich and profound, Dr. Frank A. Thomas interview four millennial preachers Rev. Dr. Neichelle Guidry, Rev. Dr. Charlies Dates, Rev. Willie D. Francois, III, and Rev. Dr. Brianna K. Parker and discusses preaching from the millennial perspective

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Rev. Dr. Leah Gaskin Fitchue, former President of Payne Theological Seminary, was the first African American woman president of a theological seminary belonging to the 244 member Association of Theological Schools and the first African American woman to serve as president of any Historically Black Theological Seminary. Rev. Dr. Fitchue was an ordained Itinerant Elder […]

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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). Special Guest: Rev. Neichelle Guidry, Ph.D. Rev. Dr. Neichelle R. Guidry is a spiritual daughter of New Creation Christian Fellowship of San Antonio, Texas, where the Bishop David Michael Copeland and the Rev. Dr. Claudette Anderson Copeland are her pastors and where […]

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Top 10 most viewed posts of 2018 on .BASE – Black Theology Project

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An independent or freelance activist may share their opinion, and it may be an informed one, but if these words are not spoken in consultation or conversation with people on the ground, they are limited as a representation of a movement’s thinking and work.

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Last Friday I drove down to Bethel, North Carolina to spend the day with my brother and friend, Rev. Dr. Heber Brown III, founder of the The Black Church Food Security Network (BCFSN). Birthed during the Baltimore Uprising, the Black Church Food Security Network seeks to build a network and pipeline from soil to sanctuary…promoting healthy eating, food equity and the eradication of Food Apartheid

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The hard fact is that peacemaking it not about making nice. Peacemaking is rooted in equitable power distribution. It requires putting things in place that will establish long-term peace, justice, and security in hopes of avoiding future conflict.

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Tune in to hear the latest episode of Podcast For a Just World. This week  Rev. Dr. Velda Love and Rev. Tracy Howe Wispelwey talk with Jamye Wooten, the creator of #BlackChurchSyllabus and #MLK2BAKER

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From Jena 6 to Freddie Gray, social media has played an integral part in how we organize and galvanize the masses. #MLK2BAKER: BeyondReActivism, OrganizingForPower examines the role of social media in social justice organizing and raises a couple questions.
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15TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE SAMUEL DEWITT PROCTOR CONFERENCE
CONFERENCE THEME: STAYING IN THE STRUGGLE UNTIL THE END

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Oakland, CA — Following a white nationalist, Ku Klux Klan-sponsored “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, Black church faith leaders and denominations, today joined other clergy in announcing a “Weeks of Righteous Resistance” initiative to push back on hate and racism. Prompted by the hostile treatment of fellow faith leaders — Rev. Traci Blackmon, […]

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