Social Justice

Building broad-based fusion coalitions as part of a moral movement to confront racial and economic inequality

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Dr. Cornel West is correct, “we are in the spiritual eclipse of decency, honesty and integrity” leaving our nation in the chaotic shadows of emboldened racism, ugly xenophobia, predatory patriarchy and unvarnished greed.”

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Samuel DeWitt Proctor Conference Conversational Round Table discussion on Palestine, Biblical Israel and the Political Israel, Journeys to Justice with SDPC Trustees, Rev. Dr. Jeremiah A. Wright, Jr. and Rev. Dr. Valerie Bridgeman, Chairman of Bethlehem Bible College, Atty. Dr. Jonathan Kuttab and Dean and Professor of Religion and Culture at Howard University School of Divinity, Rev. Dr. Alton Pollard, moderated by SDPC General Secretary, Dr. Iva E. Carruthers.

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Tune in to hear the latest episode of Podcast For a Just World. This week  Rev. Dr. Velda Love and Rev. Tracy Howe Wispelwey talk with Jamye Wooten, the creator of #BlackChurchSyllabus and #MLK2BAKER

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Dr. Frederick Douglass Haynes, III talks with Dr. Frank Thomas about everything preaching, i.e. preaching mentors, social justice preaching and church growth, hardest sermon to preach, sermon preparation, preaching texts of terror, and his support for the PhD program in African American Preaching and Sacred Rhetoric.

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Rev. Dr. Heber Brown, III, pastor and co-founder of Baltimore United for Change, speaks to Ari Melber host of The Beat With Ari Melber

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From Jena 6 to Freddie Gray, social media has played an integral part in how we organize and galvanize the masses. #MLK2BAKER: BeyondReActivism, OrganizingForPower examines the role of social media in social justice organizing and raises a couple questions.
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15TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE SAMUEL DEWITT PROCTOR CONFERENCE
CONFERENCE THEME: STAYING IN THE STRUGGLE UNTIL THE END

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What is desperately needed in the social justice and civil rights communities is a theory of change that addresses the foundational mechanisms of our monetary system that cause social and economic injustice. In response to the civil and social unrest of his day, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. responded, “If a soul lives in darkness […]

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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.

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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.

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