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Michal Scott: Ida B. Wells-Barnett – Womanist OG

Michal Scott: Ida B. Wells-Barnett – Womanist OG

The term “womanist” was developed by African-American theologian, Delores Williams, to distinguish the feminist theology of African American women like herself and Katie G. Canon from the feminist theology of their Caucasian counterparts, where sexism in the church and the larger society was being addressed, but not racism. As African Americans in a predominantly white denomination, Williams and Canon and those who came after them, knew there could be no progress for African American women in the church, and by…

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Michal Scott: The Fourth ‘R’ – Resilience

Michal Scott: The Fourth ‘R’ – Resilience

School Days, school days Dear old Golden Rule days How many of us can fill in the three ‘R’s that make up the next line? I’ll bet many, if not all of us can. Those three ‘R’s explain why, in this country, education prizes what’s right-brain over left-brain, what’s in the head over the heart or the spirit. But it’s what’s in our hearts and our spirits that enables us to thrive. It’s in our hearts and our spirits that…

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