In our second podcast episode, Faith and Reason's Debo Dykes has a spirited conversation with Dr. Keri Day about Black women's modern and historical efforts for human rights and equality.
Dr. Day is an Associate Professor of Theological and Social Ethics & Director of the Black Church Studies Program at Brite Divinity School, Texas Christian University. She is a published author of several books, including "Unfinished Business: Black Women, The Black Church, and the Struggle to Thrive in America."
Intersectionality, Black Lives Matter, racial injustice, reproductive justice, and how the lives of Black women profoundly affect justice for everyone—come to light in an impactful conversation serving as a perfect bridge between Black History Month and Women's History Month.
In This Episode:
Dear White Christians by Jennifer Harvey A Christian scholar and writer, Jennifer dives into the history of "whiteness" and how White Christians committed to justice must radically shift their thinking about race.
Sister Song: Women of Color Reproductive Justice Collective A Southern-based organization dedicated to building a network that improves the policies and systems that impact the reproductive lives of marginalized communities.
In this transformative 3-day seminar, faith leaders, activists, and scholars from across the nation, including Dr. Keri Day, converged to promote and discuss economic justice in Houston, TX.
From Faith And Reason:
Ft. Joan Chittister and Richard Rohr
The spiritual life is not lead in isolation. We are all connected to one another in the human experience: deeply connected to all life and people. When we realize this, we can no longer turn our backs on the suffering or injustices suffered by our brothers and sisters.
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