Fifty-seven Black Christian leaders have written a letter to members of the U.S. Senate’s Judiciary Committee expressing support for sweeping LGBTQ rights but asking for a new bill that includes religious exemptions.
Even when White churches say they are committed to addressing racism, their attention can be fleeting. Black Christians fear the current attention might spark a backlash to racial justice.
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Have you ever considered what your local library contains? On one hand, there is the need to have the facilities used by the maximum number of people. On the other, cultural and language needs of other segments of society whose numbers may not be as
February is Black History Month, also known as African-American History Month. It is a fitting month for Americans —- all Americans —- to observe this time and catch up on this aspect of America’s rich heritage.
Eboni Marshall Turman, an ordained minister in the National Baptist Convention, USA, Inc, has been named director of Duke Divinity School’s office of black church studies and assistant research professor of black church studies. Divinity school dean Richard Hays announced the appointment of Marshall