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The use of social media and the democratization of communication have provided opportunities for new and marginalized voices to be heard and amplified. . . . Might social media platforms provide new entry points for women to launch their ministries?

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Jamye Wooten speaks to Rev. Ronald A. Nathan, Chief Executive Officer of the Black Caucus Movement of Trinidad and Tobago, at the 2016 Samuel DeWitt Proctor Conference.

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  Released November 26, 2015

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By Jamye Wooten On Wednesday, February 3, 2016, DeRay Mckesson, a protester and Teach for America alum – who identifies himself as a Black Lives Matter activist, entered the crowded race for Mayor of Baltimore City. While I have been critical at times of the #BlackLivesMatter movement, overall I’ve been supportive.  I think it is […]

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 Samuel DeWitt Proctor Conference holds vigil for Sandra Bland. #ITooResist

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Before we get down to sorting out how to reduce violence, I am suggesting that we must tackle a far more difficult question: Who, exactly, has the right to be violent?

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Dr. Marla Frederick, Professor of African and African American Studies and the Study of Religion at Harvard University discusses the history of religion and media.

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Dr. Keri Day is an Assistant Professor of Theological and Social Ethics & Director of Black Church Studies Program at Brite Divinity School, Texas Christian University. She is the author of Unfinished Business: Black Women, The Black Church, and the Struggle to Thrive in America.

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Rev. Dr. J. Alfred Smith Sr., pastor emeritus of Allen Temple Baptist Church of Oakland, California, at the Samuel DeWitt Proctor Conference

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Dr. John Kinney, dean of the Samuel DeWitt Proctor School of Theology at Virginia Union University.

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