Rev. Jacqueline Lewis, senior minister of Middle Collegiate Church in Manhattan, is on a mission to eradicate racism—especially within the church she loves. Though Rev. Lewis’s own congregation is a model of diversity, Rev.
Morehouse College Associate Professor of Philosophy Kipton Jensen discusses theologian Howard Thurman (1899–1981), an adherent of Gandhi’s philosophy of nonviolence, mentor to Martin Luther King Jr., and one of the unsung heroes of the American civil rights movement.
Do you ever wonder if people who “have it all together” really know what they’re doing? Could it be they’ve just become experts at pushing through ambiguity? Through personal experience and interviews with a few leaders at the height of their careers, this talk issues both a...
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