In her newest book, Cole Arthur Riley offers reflections and spiritual exercises while curating the wisdom of Black leaders who have gone before.
Legislation limiting what can be taught in public schools fueled a Florida nonprofit’s decision to develop a Black history toolkit for faith communities.
Two activists with longtime ties to the city reflect on its past and how it might move forward 125 years after a murderous insurrection led by white supremacists.
The editor of a newly released collection of the Rev. Dr. Pauli Murray’s works writes about the religious importance of America’s “problem child” in an adapted excerpt from the book’s introduction.
A series of recent decisions will have far-reaching ramifications headed into a new academic year, writes an associate director of Vanderbilt University’s Initiative for Race Research and Justice.
Erna Kim Hackett: An organization designs cohorts for women of color and queer folks of color to heal together
Even progressive spaces can feel extractive to women of color and queer folks of color. Liberated Together aims to be a space by and for them.
Two children’s formation leaders write that networks of training and support are crucial for the success of anti-racism efforts in faith communities.
Faith communities can play a crucial role to counter efforts that limit what is taught about our nation’s past and present, including the banning of books and censoring of curriculum content. Most churches already have the mechanisms in place to offer formation. Here are resources to make those offerings practically, thoughtfully and intentionally anti-racist.
Throughout its history, the Black church has played a crucial role in providing education where it was denied. That work continues today.
Three explicit shifts can help shape programs that counter public efforts to limit teaching about racism and injustice.