Join us for a lively conversation moderated by Rev. Dr. Heber Brown, III and conversation partners, Harriet Moon Smith of Baltimore Racial Justice Action and Rev. Dr. Brad Braxton, Pastor of the Open Church.
Ten years after Katrina, the poor continue to struggle in New Orleans, and in urban contexts across the U.S., and they deserve no less urgent a response from churches and other sectors than that which was mobilized ten years ago in the wake of Katrina. The storms are gathering force—can our churches, and our nation, mobilize accordingly?
And the work that remains. Antonia Blumberg, Associate Religion Editor, The Huffington Post Carol Kuruvilla, Associate Religion Editor The Black Lives Matter movement was born out of the pain and injustice of Trayvon Martin’s death in 2012 and gathered momentum in the wake of the killings of Michael Brown, Eric Garner, Freddie Gray, Walter...
Richard Townsell, the new Executive Director of Endeleo Institute, speaks with Empowering Voices. "Churches and other faith centers must develop and implement strategies for community development in healthcare, education, employment and economics especially at "such a time as this"
Youth are vital in understanding how changing communication patterns revive, alter, and shift religion in America. Indeed, the religious practices of youth served as a catalyst of one of the most notable and chronicled shifts in Christian ministry