"Black rage is founded on draining and draining, threatening your freedom to stop your complaining,
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For those among the faithful who have a critical eye to see and a critical ear to hear it, on some level this show just might provoke us into (re)presenting to those living in oppressed spaces a Jesus with knows all about our struggles. This is our job!
What I know now is that I am already tired of the ways in which some of the same Black Christians who call for a defense of Jesus against this depiction have little or no energy for the defense of the women, the Black women, who often love and serve their Lord and Savior Jesus Christ the most.
Emory University pastoral care professor Gregory Ellison discusses his new book "Cut Dead But Still Alive," what it means to be cut dead, how he chronicles the difficult lives of five African American young men, and why it's important to truly see someone.
The premiere of visionary Womanist filmmaker and Union alumna Anika Gibbons’s “Journey to Liberation: The Legacy of Womanist Theology,” brought the voice of Katie Cannon inside James Chapel to disrupt the “epistemological sea of forgetfulness” and admonish us to “tell our truths, ‘anyway’, even when they tell us our truth is a lie… tell it, ‘anyway’.”
However on this planet, the first humans were African, all others derivative. Without other genetic material, the offspring of black and brown people can be lighter than their parents, but it doesn’t work the other way around.