On Monday, February 27th, 2023 at 7 pm Trinity will have a Zoom book study on "The Black Christ" the 25th Anniversary Edition by Kelly Brown Douglas.
If you would like to be a part of this book study you can sign up for it at https://rsvp.church/r/zRKEFS5z
The Reverend Hannah E Atkins Romero of Trinity Midtown in Houston Texas interviews The Very Reverend Dr. Kelly Brown Douglas about her book, "The Black Christ". About the Book: In this classic work, first published in 1994, Kelly Brown Douglas offers a compelling portrait of who Jesus is for the Black community. Beginning with the early testimonies of the enslaved, through the writings and thought of religious and literary figures, voices from the Civil Rights and Black Power era, including Martin Luther King, Jr., and Malcolm X, up through the contemporary work of Black and Womanist theologians, Douglas presents a living tradition that speaks powerfully to the message of our day: Black Lives Matter.
The book can be found at https://read.amazon.com/kp/embed?asin....
About the Author:
The Very Reverend Dr. Kelly Delaine Brown Douglas is an African-American Episcopal priest, womanist theologian, and the inaugural Dean of the Episcopal Divinity School at Union Theological Seminary. She is also the Canon Theologian at the Washington National Cathedral.
Extended Bio can be found at Very Rev. Kelly Brown Douglas Biography
Below are additional resources to work toward an anti-racist world.
Resources for Racial Reconciliation and Justice from The Episcopal Church
Read Presiding Bishop Curry’s Word to the Church: When the Cameras are Gone, We Will Still Be Here
This list of Anti-Racism/Dismantling Racism Training Programs was compiled by The Episcopal Church’s Racial Reconciliation and Justice Team and the Executive Council Committee on Anti-Racism and Reconciliation (ECCAR).
Presiding Bishop participates in Council on Foreign Relations conversation on responding to COVID-19 and racism.
Church Foundation- A curated collection of resources for engagement and
learning on the themes of racial justice and reconciliation in English and
The Episcopal Diocese of Texas: Website dedicated to dismantling racism, working towards peace and justice in The Episcopal Diocese of Texas.