(RNS) — Two films that show how Hollywood has depicted race relations might help us wrestle with our current moment.
(RNS) — ‘The coronavirus has added to the already existing fear that people had about a number of questions,’ one minister said.
GOLDSBORO, N.C. (RNS) — The Democratic candidate spoke about how he would help the nation’s poor. But on the critical issue of race, Sanders offered few targeted solutions.
(RNS) — Among the groups that viewed the president unfavorably were African Americans, Hispanics, non-Christian religious Americans and religiously unaffiliated Americans.
(RNS) — The resolution is the first such effort on the part of an American Jewish organization but has precedent among some Protestant groups.
(RNS) — A newly discovered letter from one former prominent leader of the Southern Baptist Convention to another reveals a depth of mistrust and suspicion toward the denomination’s first black president.
PALOS HILLS, Ill. (RNS) – A musical play explores the shared history of Islam, Africa and blues music through the eyes of an enslaved storyteller-musician.
Race in America is a subtle conversation. A new film demonstrates that.
WASHINGTON (RNS) Three dozen students from religious graduate schools at historically black colleges and universities attended a pilot course on religious freedom to learn the lessons and lingo of a field that has traditionally been predominated by white men.
WASHINGTON (RNS) — The movie, which features singers Chaka Khan as Herodias, Michelle Williams as Mary Magdalen and Mali Music as Jesus, is to be released Friday in 10 cities from New York to Los Angeles.
(RNS) — African-American men are equally as likely as Hispanic women to be what Pew considers 'highly religious,' so they are tied as the second-most religious group.
(RNS) — Black millennials on average are more religious than other millennials and less religious than other blacks, Pew researchers have found.
(RNS) — He defamed Judaism. He defamed the Jews. He defamed God. Anything else?
(RNS) — In a moment where the foundational fault lines of the American creed have been laid bare by the spilled blood and suffering of my black brothers and sisters, it turns out that black Christians, not white evangelicals, are the story.
(USA Today) 'I understand the logic behind wanting to stay inside an institution and make changes from the inside. ... That motivation is noble in some instances, but it's also enabling in others,' wrote the Rev. Lawrence Ware. 'I just came to a place where I couldn't stay in.'
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