Estrelda Alexander, president of William Seymour College, lectures on the meaning of Martin Luther King’s life and examines how much of his dream has come true—and how much has still been deferred.
Andrew T. Draper, assistant professor of theology and director of the Honors Guild at Taylor University, explores the repentance necessary to de-center “whiteness”
Andrea Smith, director of graduate studies in the Department of Ethnic Studies at the University of California at Riverside, offers an indigenous interpretation of race and mission.
Jonathan Tran, associate professor of theology and ethics at Baylor University, discusses racism and the Asian American experience.
Elizabeth Conde-Frazier, academic dean and vice president of education at Esperanza College of Eastern University, lectures on broken praxis, racism, and theological education.
Leading scholars wrestle with the complexities of race, whiteness, and the gospel
Willie Jennings, associate professor of systematic theology and Africana studies at Yale Divinity School, discusses “whiteness,” geography, and theology.
Michael McBride, pastor of the Way Christian Center in Berkeley, California, reflects on faithful discipleship in the context of racialized violence, economic exploitation, and white supremacy.
J. Kameron Carter explores a new language to discuss the complexities of whiteness, theology, and post-racial politics.