Queer Indecency, Larycia Hawkins, and the Practice of Solidarity

What Hawkins’ choice(s) force us to confront is the extent to which we are willing to be indecent and stand in non-normative, creative relation to the proscriptions that some religious institutions proscribe.

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Black Bodies Remain in Peril in America

Dr. Jermaine McDonald explains why a school officer slamming down a noncompliant black teenage girl is just the latest evidence of Black bodies in peril.

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Symposium Ethics Podcast Episode 1

#BlackLivesMatter In the inaugural episode of the Symposium Ethics Podcast, two of the co-managing editors of Symposium Ethics, Drs. Jermaine McDonald

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Benjamin Mays and Anticolonialism: A Response to Sarah Azaransky

Sarah Azaransky, “Benjamin Mays’s The Negro’s God: Recovering a Theological Tradition for an American Freedom Movement,” Journal of the Society of Christian

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Christian Ethics and Human Trafficking Activism: A Response to Letitia M. Campbell and Yvonne C. Zimmerman

Letitia M. Campbell and Yvonne C. Zimmerman, “Christian Ethics and Human Trafficking Activism: Progressive Christianity and Social Critique,” Journal of

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We Can’t Breathe: A Theology of the Die-In

“I can’t breathe … We can’t breathe!” These were the words that Seattle University students, staff, and faculty chanted on

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January 2015 Webcast – #BlackLivesMatter

Symposium Ethics co-editors Jermaine McDonald and James McCarty III discuss #BlackLivesMatter in a three-part webcast. January 2015

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