Julie L. Moore imagines what the underground railroad might say if it could speak.
Lauren D. Sawyer addresses the appropriation of black Jesus through the work of James Cone and civil rights era fiction.
The Black Church and the Habitus of Resistance: An Ethnographic Study of Religious Practice and Social Change
Social change does not happen in a vacuum. Nor is social change the effect of crises, of those extreme moments in which the status quo is radically disrupted by, for example, mass protests (or riots) in response to state violence against civilians, flagrant judicial malfeasance, or governmental monetary misappropriation. Although crises may historically mark a […]