gOD-Talk: A Black Millennials and Faith Conversation Series – Los Angeles


gOD-Talk: A Black Millennials and Faith Conversation Series – Los Angeles

This six-city conversation series, sponsored by the Center for the Study of African American Religious Life at the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History & Culture (NMAAHC) in Washington, D.C. in association with the Pew Research Center, explores the dynamic ways black millennials engage with religion and spirituality today.

Presented in conjunction with “How Sweet the Sound: Gospel Music in Los Angeles,” the panelists include CAAM History Curator Tyree Boyd-Pates, Los Angeles Times reporter Tre’vell Anderson, writer and theologian Candice M. Benbow, Senior Pastor of Greater Zion Church Family in Compton Rev. Michael J. Fisher, co-founder of Black Lives Matter Patrisse Cullors, retired NFL strong safety Husain Abdullah, celebrity disc jockey DJ B-Hen, radio and television personality Devi Brown, senior researcher at Pew Research Center Besheer Mohamed, USC/UCLA Fellow Ryon Cobb, and singer/songwriter Mereba. Moderated by Teddy R. Reeves, museum specialist of religion at NMAAHC.


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