“Struggle, Embodiment, and Black Humanism”

“Struggle, Embodiment, and Black Humanism” James Galasinski, Ministerial Resident
This sermon will examine the unique contributions that African Americans have made to the humanist movement. Besides adding an important corrective voice by being skeptical of scientific objectivity and recognizing the underbelly of society, black humanists have created their own rich theological vocabulary.

Music: Cantores Festivi

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