Blog : Social Justice

One reality is that spiritual activism and faith advocacy through relationship building, autoethnography, and social media has its own set of struggles. However, it is a way to make information a bit more publicly accessible.

Continue Reading

My faith in transformative justice is whole; it is complete; it is total. I was created to resist and that is what I will continue to do.

Continue Reading

On 25 May – commonly know as Africa Day and officially as African Liberation Day – there will be a series of actions and events across the continent to mark the launch of the movement.

Continue Reading

By Jamye Wooten, It’s not news to say that this has been a crazy, rancorous election season—perhaps the most ugly in modern history, many pundits claim. Maybe. But when I reflect back on earlier election cycles, there seems to have been plenty of media-infused hostility that we tend to mute in our nostalgic remembrance. The […]

Continue Reading

 Samuel DeWitt Proctor Conference holds vigil for Sandra Bland. #ITooResist

Continue Reading

Dr. Keri Day is an Assistant Professor of Theological and Social Ethics & Director of Black Church Studies Program at Brite Divinity School, Texas Christian University. She is the author of Unfinished Business: Black Women, The Black Church, and the Struggle to Thrive in America.

Continue Reading

Rev. Dr. J. Alfred Smith Sr., pastor emeritus of Allen Temple Baptist Church of Oakland, California, at the Samuel DeWitt Proctor Conference

Continue Reading

Nicole Lee and Jamye Wooten sit down with St. Louis Rapper and Activist, Tef Poe.

Continue Reading

Litany by Rev. Dr. Valerie Bridgeman Every year in the third week of October, people throughout the globe gather to commemorate the millions of lives lost in the conflict in the Congo while celebrating the country’s enormous human and natural potential. 1.) Film Screening FOTC’s short film (26 minutes) Crisis in the Congo: Uncovering the […]

Continue Reading

View Break the Silence PSA from national leaders Every year in the third week of October, people throughout the globe gather to commemorate the millions of lives lost in the conflict in the Congo while celebrating the country’s enormous human and natural potential.   1.) Film Screening FOTC’s short film (26 minutes) Crisis in the […]

Continue Reading