Dr. Cone offered me a pathway to salvation through a recognition of the Black Jesus who was calling me to repentance and redemption.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE April 3, 2018 Contact: Loretta Kane (917-410- 7242 or [email protected]) Auburn Seminary calls for action after Stephon Clark shooting Statement of Executive Vice [...]
By Aimee VonBokel “I implore each of you to choose peace! Reject the false and empty hope that violence will solve problems.” Archbishop Robert J. Carlson issued this statement last Friday, [...]
If change is to come, white leaders of faith and moral courage have work to do.
Sanctuary means we sanctify ourselves for the struggle ahead, finding (despite all odds) an inner place of hope, action and humility: drawing on inner strength to connect and build with the [...]
“Is not this the kind of fasting I have chosen: to loose the chains of systematic racism, and untie the cords of the yoke of endemic sexism, to set the LGBT people free to love and live in peace"
As clergy and members of the multifaith movement for justice, we stand with the families of Keith L. Scott and Terence Crutcher, whose sacred lives ended far too early as a result of systemic injustice
Auburn Seminary Executive Vice President Rev. John Vaughn Responds to the Police Shooting of Terence Crutcher in Tulsa
I feel great sadness and outrage at the recent shooting of Terrance Crutcher.