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How Covid Reshaped the Black Church

Black spiritual leaders are reimagining Black theology as more inclusive and accepting for women and the LGBTQ community.

“The lynching of George Floyd and the racial reckoning and social-uprising moments that many people came together around, that exposed them to different ways of being religious that draw on the African American and African religious traditions,” says Fadeke Castor, Assistant Professor of Religion and Africana Studies.

Read more at Rolling Stone.

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