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In this public conversation, which is a preview of the 2022 Folklife Festival program Creative Encounters: Living Religions in America, two respected scholars of religion—Anthony Pinn and Brad Braxton—will candidly examine the role of religious traditions in both frustrating and facilitating hope.

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National Press Conference: Black pastors demand COVID-19 testing, treatment, health care, equipment & data for African-Americans & people of color in order to address disproportionate deaths.

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A word on Colonizer Christianity and the imperative for an African-Centered corrective with respect to our Faith.

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Dr. Valerie Bridgeman was installed as the dean of Methodist Theological School in Ohio on Nov. 2nd. Dean Bridgeman began serving as dean and vice president for academic affairs July 1.

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Episcopal Divinity School at Union celebrates next chapter in the life of the seminary. This inaugural event featured the Most Rev. Michael B. Curry, Presiding Bishop and Primate of the Episcopal Church, and the institution of the Very Rev. Dr. Kelly Brown Douglas as Dean.

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Join us or a memorial celebrating the life of the Rev. Dr. Katie Geneva Cannon, who was the Annie Scales Rogers Professor of Christian Ethics and founded the Center for Womanist Leadership at Union Presbyterian Seminary.

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The gOD-Talk conversation series will be piloted on Friday, August 24, 2018, at the California African American Museum in Los Angeles and kick-off officially on January 26, 2019 on the campus of Spelman College in Atlanta, Georgia. Each curated conversation will be streamed live.

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To make his debut album, In Times Like These, noted activist, author, documentary filmmaker and theologian Rev. Osagyefo Sekou went back to his Southern home searching for his family’s musical roots in the deep Arkansas blues and gospel traditions.

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The Vine SF at Grace Cathedral held a Beyoncé Mass on April 25 partnering with Professor and Reverend Yolanda Norton, lifting up the voices and lives of Black women and drawing on Beyoncé’s powerful music. The service grew out of Rev. Norton’s ” Beyoncé and the Hebrew Bible” class.

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“We got too many Black folk loving everybody but Black people.” -Dr. Cornel West

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