Part of the Democrat and Chronicle's "Unite Rochester" team, of which CRCDS President Dr. Marvin A. McMickle is a member, joined WXXI's radio host Evan Dawson on November 17, 2015 to talk about racism, diversity and what it means to be an open and integrated society.
"Connections" guests included "Unite Rochester" members Rachel DeGuzman and Thomas Warfield, Jim Morris, resettlement director of the Catholic Family Center, and Julie Philipp, senior engagement editor at the Democrat & Chronicle.
Dr. Barbara A. Moore, Dean of the Program for the Study of Women and Gender in Church and Society and Professor of Preaching and Practical Theology at CRCDS, has made available her November 2015 lectures and sermons. To view, the Lectionary Dicussion, please click here:
A new season is here and with it comes a new series of lectionaries and sermons given by Dr. Barbara A. Moore, Dean of the Program for the Study of Women and Gender in Church and Society and Professor of Preaching and Practical Theology.
To view Dr. Moore's Lectionary for September 2015, click here:
Click here to view Dr. Moore's September 2015 sermon:
Rev. Raushenbush hosts a popular weekly podcast, "All Together," which brings together topical issues and influential leaders. His recent podcast discusses non-violent resistance in the face of oppression experienced on America's streets.
Rev. Raushenbush says he was inspired by the by Ta-Nehisi Coates' piece in the Atlantic called Non-Violence as Compliance. He was moved by provocative discussions with Rev. Raphael Warnock from Ebenezer Baptist Church, Rev.Heber Brown, Pastor of Pleasant Hope Baptist Church in Baltimore, and Marc Lamont Hill, Distinguished Professor at Morehouse College. Included in the podcast is a clip from an interview with Rep. John Lewis on how and why Rev. Lewis dedicated his life to non-violent resistance.