race

By Sheila Wise Rowe and Ann Boyd

Sheila Wise Rowe talks with us about the importance of mental health, the unlikely pairing of lament and celebration, and the complexities of growing up gifted and Black.

By Kat Armas and Ann Boyd

Kat Armas chats with us about the navigating seminary, grieving over research, and discovering wisdom in unexpected places. 

By Helen Lee and Ann Boyd

Join us for this conversation with author Helen Lee as we talk about ways we can cultivate safe environments that support families and church communities leaning into discussions about race

By Christina Barland Edmondson and Ann Boyd

Join us for this conversation with author and educator Christina Edmondson as we discuss the work of fighting racism in academic contexts and the tools needed for this important task.

By Kimberly Hill and Karen Hice Guzmán

Listen in on our conversation with historian Kimberly Hill in which we talk about her studies around African American missionary work and Black internationalism.

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