Those who wish to learn from MLK’s legacy must also ask if they are willing to listen to the modern-day prophets of racial justice.
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On NPR's On Point, I discuss race, racism and the role it played in last week's attack on the Capitol.
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The Black church has long been a crucial element in Black political participation.
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Short, informative definitions of the most pernicious element infecting Christianity in the U.S.
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Some Initial Thoughts about the Insurrection at the CapitolListen now (16 min) | On January 6, 2021, insurrectionists stormed the U.S. Capitol building. They broke into the halls of Congress, carried Confederat…
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Today is the release day for Jemar Tisby's second book, "How to Fight Racism."
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Here are three reasons why you should go ahead and pre-order that book.
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Many remember the Emancipation Proclamation as the order that “freed the slaves” but here are six facts you may not know.
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Should academics use their scholarship to encourage their students to be activists?
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Kwanzaa begins on December 26th each year. Learn more about this Afrocentric holiday celebration.
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Christian theologian and mystic Howard Thurman wrote a poem to describe the ongoing work of Christmas after the day passes.
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On Christmas Eve 1967, Matrin Luther King Jr. delivered his final Christmas sermon and he emphasized peace and nonviolence.
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