MLK on Black Power and Black Lives Matter

Jermaine McDonald argues that Dr. King’s analysis of the benefits and potential drawbacks of Black Power provides a useful template for Black Lives Matter.

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Podcast Episode 8 – #ReclaimMLK

Rev. Dr. Jermaine McDonald seeks to #ReclaimMLK by talking about Dr. King’s commitment to eradicating poverty and war with Rev. Dr. Michael Greene (poverty) and Dr. Jimmy McCarty (war).

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Podcast Episode 6 – Stand Your Ground Culture

In the sixth episode of the Symposium Ethics Podcast, host Jermaine McDonald speaks with Dr. Kelly Brown Douglas about her latest book, “Stand Your Ground: Black Bodies and the Justice of God,” on the one-year anniversaries of a St. Louis County grand jury’s decision to not indict Officer Darren Wilson for the fatal shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri and the three-second shooting of Tamir Rice by police officers on a playground in Cleveland, Ohio.

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The Sexual Violence of Male Pacifists

When I was a younger man I was discerning a call to ministry while working as a military contractor. As

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Five Questions for Myles Werntz on Bodies of Peace

Publication Year: 2014 James McCarty: You begin chapter one with this intriguing paragraph: “To begin our exploration on the ways

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Benjamin Mays and Anticolonialism: A Response to Sarah Azaransky

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

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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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