The family of Anthony Crawford, who was lynched 100 years ago here, will be joined in a two-‐day event to memorialize him later this month with the Equal Justice Initiative, the Samuel DeWitt Proctor Conference, the We Say Enough Campaign and the Southern Truth and Reconciliation Network.
Judson Press best-selling author, Marvin A. McMickle, issues a challenge to African American churches, and specifically clergy, to reengage in the political process as active agents so that the issues facing African American communities are addressed.
The narrative of Civil Rights often begins with the prophetic figure of Martin Luther King Jr. in the 1960s. City squares became a church, the body politic a congregation, and sermons a jeremiad of social change—or so the story goes. In A Pursued Justice, Kenyatta Gilbert instead traces the roots of King’s call for justice...
Born and raised in Chicago, Jessica Disu, also known as FM Supreme, uses language as a tool for positive change. She’s a three-time international performing poet, artist, activist and educator who describes herself as a “humanitarian rap artist.”