Interviews

Millennial Womanism is an emerging concept developed by Liz S Alexander and Melanie C Jones that seeks to draw upon a unique womanist epistemological and methodological framework utilizing a millennial lens.

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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).

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Millennial Womanism is an emerging concept developed by Liz S Alexander and Melanie C Jones that seeks to draw upon a unique womanist epistemological and methodological framework utilizing a millennial lens.

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“Reclaiming History: A Movement for Equality,” a CBS Interfaith Special, looks at the role of faith in the lives of African-American women and the way it invigorates the fight for justice in black communities.

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A monthly profile highlighting emerging voices doing incredible work in ministry, the academy and in social justice work.

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JOIN THE MILLENNIAL WOMANIST PROJECT AND HOSTS, MIN. GABBY CUDJOE WILKES AND MIN. ESTEE NENA DILLARD FOR WOMANIST TAUGHT US (WTU).

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Beyoncé Mass held at Grace Cathedral in San Francisco, which was organized by reverend and theologian Yolanda Norton, who teaches a class on Beyoncé and the Hebrew Bible.

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

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Rev. Dr. Kelly Brown Douglas, dean of the Episcopal Divinity School, Rev. Dr. Serene Jones, president of Union Theological Seminary, and Rev. Dr. Raphael Warnock, who serves as senior pastor of the Ebenezer Baptist Church, speak with Democracy Now

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Episcopal Divinity School at Union’s Reverend Kelly Brown Douglas discussed her recent piece in Sojourners magazine about the evolution of evangelicalism and white evangelical support of President Trump.

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