Race

The Annual Greeley Lecture for Peace and Social Justice was delivered by Rev. Dr. Kelly Brown Douglas and examined the social/political and theological implications of whiteness as an impediment to living God’s justice.

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Race and religion are among the best predictors of how Americans choose a president. Race and religion are also bases for political compromises that call into question our moral credibility on issues ranging from voting rights to police brutality.

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Explore the intersections of faith, race, and philanthropy with moderator, Dr. Leah Gunning Francis and panelists, Dr. Brad Braxton, Aimée Laramore and Rev. Starsky Wilson.

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More than conversation on the scope of theological inquiry, what I think we have lost with the death of Dr. James Cone is a key model of rigorous engagement—a wrestling over ideas that didn’t truncate itself into personal animus and hurt feelings.

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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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Michael McBride is director of the advocacy campaign Live Free, which is part of the PICO National Network, a faith-based organizing group. He is pastor of The Way Christian Center in Berkeley, Calif.

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Dr. Melanie Harris speaks at the 2014 Religions for the Earth conference at Union Theological Seminary.

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