Scholar Vicki Crawford explains the contributions of women who influenced MLK and helped to fuel some of the most significant campaigns of the civil rights era
Ronald Olivier went from life in prison to life in Christ. UrbanFaith interviews him about his book, his journey, and his advice for people feeling hopeless today.
UrbanFaith talked with co-host Chris Broussard about the Share The Dream Bible Study and MLK’s legacy 60 years after the “I Have A Dream” speech.
A lot of times, in the midst of trial and tribulation, one can feel as though no one sees or understands the plight they are going through. However, in Deuteronomy 24 we see the thoughtfulness of God.
Michael Philips’ book Wrong Lanes Have Right Turns details his journey, his context, and his perspective on one of the most important topics for us everyday: how to educate our children and dismantle the school to prison pipeline.
UrbanFaith interviewed Caroline Sumlin about her new book We’ll All Be Free which confronts white supremacy’s assault on our self worth
UrbanFaith sat down with Willie Gary, the man behind the true story of the new film The Burial about having Jamie Foxx play him in a movie, the film, and his hopes to inspire others
Internationally known educator Jane Elliott who showed how racism is internalized by children discusses her hopes and concerns for relationships across difference over 50 years after her famous Blue Eyes-Brown Eyes Exercise
UrbanFaith interviewed woman of faith and award winning journalist Jemele Hill about her new memoir
Troy Vaughn went from homelessness to pastor and CEO of one of the largest organizations fighting homelessness in the country. UrbanFaith sat down to hear his wisdom and journey
UrbanFaith sat down with Faitth Brooks to talk about her journey, her new book, and her thoughts on how we can join in remembering black women now.
UrbanFaith sat down with the prolific prophet Rev. Dr. Otis Moss III to discuss his new book Dancing in the Darkness: Spiritual Lessons for Thriving in Turbulent Times.
We should vote because we need more good in our government. We should know our leaders from city hall to capitol hill
The brutal murder of Emmett Till became a catalyst for the civil rights movement and has enduring relevance in today’s anti-racist activism.
Protecting clean water is a moral call.
UrbanFaith sat down with Congressman Jim Clyburn to discuss his faith, his legacy, and his work to strengthen democracy and justice in the United States.
As a Christian, you may ask yourself at times how to live out your faith in the public sphere. Here are some ways we can approach it
‘Most people did not realize the economic impact slavery had on the founding of the United States of America,’ said Let’s Talk founder.