• Keepin’ It Real in Contemporary Conversations on Race (Black Perspectives)
  • White Evangelicals Made a Deal With the Devil. Now What? (New York Magazine)
  • Editor’s Pick: A Psalm for a Time of Breathlessness (The Witness)
  • ‘The beauty and pain of the Black Church’ Interview with curator of “I’m Buildin’ Me a Home” on display in the Divinity School’s Sarah Smith Gallery. (Yale Divinity School)


  • Evangelical Christian activists plan ‘barnstorming’ tour ahead of Ga. Senate runoff (Washington Post)
  • Racism among white Christians is higher than among the nonreligious. That’s no coincidence. (NBC News/Think)
  • Church leaders address racial injustices with book study (Delaware State News)
  • Keep Calm and Carry on — But How? 10 suggestions to make it through this highly stressful election period. (The Conversation/Urban Faith)


  • For the greater good’: Black leaders in Baltimore work to overcome resistance to participating in COVID trials, other research (Baltimore Sun)
  • $1 million grant to establish Chicago center named for first African American Catholic priest (Chicago Tribune)
  • Southern Baptists Keep Quarreling Over Critical Race Theory (Christianity Today)
  • Guard Chaplains Reflect on Floyd Protests (AP/Urban Faith)
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