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The Millennial Womanism Project (TMWP) Presents “Millennial Womanists To Watch”

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Thoughtful Reflections By: Rev. Dr. Janette C. Wilson, Esq., Dr. Walker was a preacher who proclaimed the Word, practiced the work and praised God in all of his, challenging moments. Dr. Walker was a man of all times. There are few faith leaders who are trained in the sciences, cultured in the arts, proficient in […]

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“I am honored to join a remarkable team of colleagues at the Center as we archive and interpret the historical and evolving religious legacy of African Americans.”

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Reflections on a Fifty-Year Friendship with Wyatt Tee Walker by CRCDS President, Rev. Dr. Marvin A. McMickle

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As General Secretary of the Samuel DeWitt Proctor Conference, I am proud that as founders, we chose the Haitian maroon as the logo of our organization, signifying the commandment to “speak truth to power” and the sword of  Divine Will and Word.  We will stay in the struggle until the end!

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The Council of Bishops of the African Methodist Episcopal Church and the Social Action Commission of our Church demand not only a public apology but inclusive and “just” social and immigration policies.

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We need people whose prophetic witness does not stop with their words but also is seen clearly in their actions.

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What is desperately needed in the social justice and civil rights communities is a theory of change that addresses the foundational mechanisms of our monetary system that cause social and economic injustice. In response to the civil and social unrest of his day, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. responded, “If a soul lives in darkness […]

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By Heber Brown, III, I recently read an article published by the Black Youth Project entitled, “The Black church can engage more Black millennials by bringing politics back into the pulpit” by Maya King, a journalism student at Howard University.  After outlining some generational differences, suggesting that social media posts are more powerful than Black […]

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President Donald Trump is a terrorist.  His hateful and uninformed rhetoric and action have uncovered and emboldened a contemporary surge of racism. 

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