If our faith…is such that it is destroyed by force of argument, then let it be destroyed; for it will have proved that we do not possess the truth.
-Clement of Alexandria, Stromata
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Jamye Wooten… remains one of the best documenters of social justice movements in Baltimore…
- Dr. Raymond Winbush
Institute for Urban Research Morgan State University
… most progressive blog that deals with people of African descent, the Church, and issues of social justice.
- Rev. D. Anthony Everett
Associate Director of NCCD for African-American Ministries Kentucky Conference of the United Methodist Church
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Pastor and Community Leader, Pleasant Hope Baptist Church
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- Dr. R. Drew Smith
Director, The Public Influences of African-American Churches Project The Leadership Center, Morehouse College
Jamye Wooten is the founder and publisher of KineticsLive.com and CEO of Kinetics Communications, LLC. Jamye has organized and documented social movements from across the United States, United Kingdom and Africa. He is the former program director of the Collective Banking Group, Inc. (CBG), a Christian ministry that draws together leaders from the faith, business, and public service sectors to develop and enhance economic empowerment strategies for the African American community. Jamye has consulted and partnered with many local and national organizations including the African American Leadership Institute, Institute for Urban Research, The Collective Banking Group, Inc., Ekos Ministries, Inc., Samuel DeWitt Proctor Conference, Institute of the Black World, TransAfrica Forum, Friends of the Congo and World Congress on Religion, Clergy Strategic Alliances to name a few.
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