Arising out of the 1970s Black/Brown youth-cultured streets of the South Bronx, Hip Hop has emerged to signify a religious and civic politics of human storytelling in the service of undoing deleterious police actions, which are v
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March 19, 2015
March 16, 2015
The Jubilee of the Selma marches of 1965 attracts veterans of those marches who are now labeled "foot soldiers" in the Civil Rights experiences in the small Alabama city.
March 12, 2015
Fifty Years After Selma: Historically Black Colleges and Universities Create a Moral Vision of Education -- Corey D. B. Walker
“I have always thought what is needed is the development of people who are interested not in being leaders as much as developing leadership among other people.” - Ella J. Baker
March 9, 2015
“Religion in American (etc.) Public Life” is our rubric and we sight references to it at least weekly.
March 5, 2015
Nigeria's Presidential Election: Will the Muslim Challenger Defeat the Christian Incumbent? by Debra Erickson
Out of a region usually granted just one story at a time, reports from Nigeria have multiplied in recent months, and little of it is encouraging.
March 2, 2015
“Open your Bibles to the book of the Prophet Amos…” That sounds like a command from a Bible Class of old.
February 26, 2015
Three medieval architectural fragments in the permanent collection of the University of Chicago’s Smart Museum of Art were once part of the massive twelfth-century monastery church of Cluny in Burgundy, France.
February 23, 2015
Depressed, weary, or frightened by stories of USIS and ISIS and other horrors, plus by debates over “religious extremism” and the role of Islam, we focus instead on the not-unimportant figure of Pope Francis, who makes ne
February 19, 2015
Despite my agreement with my esteemed colleagues Professors Bruce Lincoln and Anthony Yu in most aspects of their response in last week’s Sightings to an earlier Sightings piece, “After the ‘Charlie Hebdo’ Massa
February 16, 2015
America’s largest ethnic group has assimilated so well that people barely notice it. So ran a headline in The Economist (Feb 7).
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