Morgan Curtis

Facilitator and money coach

Morgan Curtis is a facilitator, money coach, organizer and ritualist, guided by the call to transmute her ancestral legacy of colonization and enslavement. She supports people with wealth and class privilege in reckoning with their ancestral stories and working toward redistribution, healing, atonement and repair.

Curtis is a resident of Canticle Farm, a multiracial, interfaith, cross-class, intergenerational intentional community in Lisjan Ohlone territory (Oakland, California). She is a graduate of Harvard Divinity School, where she studied the spiritual dimension of the reparations work required of white people. You can learn more at her website.

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Grants and fellowships to serve the church

The Louisville Institute offers grant and fellowship programs to bridge the church and the academy and enrich the life of the church in North America. Applications are now open for six programs in 2025:

  • Pastoral Study Project 
  • Grant for Researchers 
  • First Book Grant for Scholars of Color 
  • Postdoctoral Fellowship 
  • Dissertation Fellowship 
  • Doctoral Fellowship
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