JAMYE WOOTEN TO KEYNOTE “TECH TO TELL YOUR STORY” CONFERENCE

TECH TO TELL YOUR STORY September 8, 2015  8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. University of Baltimore William H. Thumel Business Center, 12 Mt. Royal Avenue, Baltimore, MD. 21201 Register Now

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40 Essential Books For Any #BlackChurchSyllabus

To highlight that work, digital strategist Jamye Wooten started a conversation on Twitter tagged #BlackChurchSyllabus, which has generated a long list of suggested readings from scholars and theologi

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Jamye Wooten Launches the #BlackChurchSyllabus Digital Learning Project

The #BlackChurchSyllabus is a digital learning project that seeks to strengthen social movements by bridging the gap between the Academy, Church and Community;

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How The Black Lives Matter Movement Changed The Church

And the work that remains. Antonia Blumberg, Associate Religion Editor, The Huffington Post Carol Kuruvilla, Associate Religion Editor The Black Lives Matter movement was born out of the pain and

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Jamye Wooten named Fellow at the Social Justice Institute, Boston University School of Theology

The prophetic voices of ecumenical faith leaders became the catalyst for the Civil Rights movement for a ‘Righteous America.’ These faith leaders used their pulpits and sacred spaces to address

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Jamye Wooten Speaks on Lament in response to state violence @ Duke Divinity #FreddieGray

The Ministry of Reconciliation in a Divided World Duke Divinity School June 01, 2015 to June 06, 2015  

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Help Jamye Document Faith-based Delegation to Rwanda/Congo

I will be traveling  with African-American faith-leaders and medical professionals on a Medical Mission to Rwanda and Democratic Republic of the Congo. The 1994 genocide in Rwanda resulted in the systematic massacre of

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WHY BALTIMORE’S PROTEST MOVEMENT IS DIFFERENT THAN FERGUSON’S

By Leigh Cuen, The Baltimore riots have led to something previously unseen in the post-Ferguson civil rights movement: the almost immediate formation of an organized coalition of activists, with black

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Jamye Wooten to Reflect on Baltimore’s Uprising @ the 2015 Duke Summer Institute for Reconciliation

Many thanks to Rev. Dr. Curtiss DeYoung, executive director of the Community Renewal Society and Duke Professor, Edgardo Colon-Emeric for invitation to reflect on the current outcry in Baltimore for

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Freedom Sunday Texas: Mobilizing Texas from the Pews to the Polls

www.FreedomSundayTx.org  Voting is a basic right and a fundamental expression of our freedom. This summer marked the 50th Anniversary of Freedom Summer. During the summer of 1964, people across the

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