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  • Prosperity Meets the Poor

    Professor Vaughn A. Booker has a new article published in Faithfully Magazine. "Prosperity Meets the Poor: the Mission of Charleszetta 'Mother' Waddles in Urban America" examining the life, theology and work of Charleszetta Waddles in 1970's Detroit.

    Booker/Waddles
  • Forum on Race & Religion

    As part of the on-going efforts to transition to an actively anti-racist department at Dartmouth College, the faculty of the Religion Department announce the establishment of a series of panel discussions and colloquia focusing on the intersection of race and religion.

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  • A Meditation About Knees

    "What if the president had dropped to his knees in prayer for healing and reconciliation?" wonders Randall Balmer. "That silent gesture would have been the most eloquent statement he could have made in this time of suffering."

    Knees
  • By Their Words We Shall Know Them

    Susan Ackerman proposes a Bible quote from Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr, that suits our troubled times: "Let justice roll down like waters, and righteousness like an everflowing stream."

  • "Lift Every Voice and Swing": New book by Vaughn Booker

    In his forthcoming book, "Lift Every Voice and Swing," Assistant Professor of Religion and African and African American Studies Vaughn Booker '07 explores the role of jazz celebrities like Ella Fitzgerald, Duke Ellington, and others as representatives of African American religion in the 20th century.

    Lift Every Voice and Swing

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