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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Ava DuVernay, “Selma,” and Womanist Sensibilities

Before the movie “Selma” had been widely released, a historian of President Lyndon B. Johnson criticized the portrayal of the

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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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Five Questions for Vic McCracken: Christian Faith and Social Justice

Christian Faith and Social Justice: Five Views Publication Year: 2014     James McCarty: You make this statement in the

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