If racial justice and peace will ever be attained, it must begin in the church

By Shannen Dee Williams The global protests over the long-standing plague of white supremacy, most recently manifested in the police and vigilante murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and Ahmaud Arbery, have put our nation and church on the precipice of monumental change or devastating setback. What comes next will depend on how policymakers, elected … Continue reading If racial justice and peace will ever be attained, it must begin in the church

INTERVIEW: The Church is not yet dead, an interview with Shannen Dee Williams

from Daily Theology Over the last month, I have had the privilege of interviewing, via email, Dr. Shannen Dee Williams, an Assistant Professor at the University of Tennessee Knoxville.  Williams is currently working on the manuscript for her first book entitled, “Subversive Habits: Black Nuns and the Long Struggle to Desegregate Catholic America,” which unearths the … Continue reading INTERVIEW: The Church is not yet dead, an interview with Shannen Dee Williams