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From Valerie Strauss, published by The Washington Post. The national uprising for racial justice and social change sparked by the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis has prompted new calls for changes in school curriculum that reflect the broad reality of black America — but there’s no reason that students should be the only ones learning.
In the wake of the Black Lives Matter movement, historians at King's College London have drawn together a selection of readings that offer important perspectives on histories of racism and anti-racist struggles.
The Digital Commons Network brings together free, full-text scholarly articles from hundreds of universities and colleges worldwide. Curated by university librarians and their supporting institutions, the Network includes a growing collection of peer-reviewed journal articles, book chapters, dissertations, working papers, conference proceedings, and other original scholarly work.
The Black Theology Papers Project features papers presented by the Black Theology Unit of the American Academy of Religion. The journal publishes an annual issue of the proceedings of the AAR Black Theology Unit annual meeting.
The Black Theology Papers Project is an online repository housed at Columbia University that aims to preserve and promote the intellectual heritage of black theology. Andrea C. White (Union Theological Seminary) and Adam Clark (Xavier University), past co-chairs of the AAR Black Theology Unit are the editorial team, along with Josef Sorett (Columbia University). The Black Theology Papers Project aspires to be a premiere scholarly and teaching resource for students and faculty interested in cutting-edge research and emerging scholarship in the field of black theology.
The vision of the Association for the Study of African American Life and History is to be the premier Black Heritage learned society with a strong network of national and international branches and partners whose diverse and inclusive membership will continue the Woodson legacy.