BLACK BODIES AND THE BLACK CHURCH A BLUES SLANT BLACK RELIGION WOMANIST THOUGHT SOCIAL JUSTICE

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Black Bodies And The Black Church

Author : Kelly Brown Douglas
ISBN : 9781137091437
Genre : Religion
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Blues is absolutely vital to black theological reflection and to the black church's existence. In Black Bodies and the Black Church , author Kelly Douglas Brown develops a blues crossroad theology, which allows the black church to remain true to itself and relevant in black lives.
Category: Religion

Loving The Body

Author : D. Hopkins
ISBN : 9781403980342
Genre : Social Science
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In this book, contributors argue that the Black Church must begin to address the significance of sexuality if it is to actually present liberation as a mode of existence that fully appreciates the body. The contributors argue that we not only have to look at the Black Church in this discussion, but also explore black Christianity in general.
Category: Social Science

Their Own Receive Them Not

Author : Horace L. Griffin
ISBN : 9781608995950
Genre : Religion
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In Their Own Receive Them Not, Griffin provides a historical overview and critical analysis of the black church and its current engagement with lesbian and gay Christians, and shares ways in which black churches can learn to reach out and confront all types of oppression--not just race--in order to do the work of the black community.
Category: Religion

Womanist Ethics And The Cultural Production Of Evil

Author : Emilie M. Townes
ISBN : 9780230601628
Genre : Social Science
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This groundbreaking book provides an analytical tool to understand how and why evil works in the world as it does. Deconstructing memory, history, and myth as received wisdom, the volume critically examines racism, sexism, poverty, and stereotypes.
Category: Social Science

Beyond Slavery

Author : Jacqueline L. Hazelton
ISBN : 9780230113893
Genre : Religion
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This book looks at a United States that continues to be driven by racial and cultural divisions, from the disproportionately high number of incarcerated African Americans to heartfelt disagreements over the true nature of marriage and the proper role of faith in public policy.
Category: Religion

The Black Christ

Author : Kelly Brown Douglas
ISBN : UOM:39015026868268
Genre : Religion
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This compelling portrait of who Jesus is for the black community surveys the history of the Black Christ from the early slave testimonies to the writings of prominent religious and literary figures through the Civil Rights and Black Power movements.
Category: Religion

Harlem Nocturne

Author : Farah Jasmine Griffin
ISBN : 9780465069972
Genre : History
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As World War II raged overseas, Harlem witnessed a battle of its own. Brimming with creative and political energy, Harlem's diverse array of artists and activists launched a bold cultural offensive aimed at winning democracy for all Americans, regardless of race or gender. In Harlem Nocturne, esteemed scholar Farah Jasmine Griffin tells the stories of three black female artists whose creative and political efforts fueled this movement for change: novelist Ann Petry, a major new literary voice; choreographer and dancer Pearl Primus, a pioneer in her field; and composer and pianist Mary Lou Williams, a prominent figure in the emergence of Be-Bop. As Griffin shows, these women made enormous strides for social justice during the war, laying the groundwork for the Civil Rights Movement before the Cold War temporarily froze their democratic dreams. A rich account of three distinguished artists and the city that inspired them, Harlem Nocturne captures a period of unprecedented vitality and progress for African Americans and women in the United States.
Category: History