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Major Book Review: “DeWayne R. Stallworth, Existential Togetherness: Toward a Common Black Religious Heritage”

When: June 10, 2021, 3:30 pm - Thursday

Where: Swang 238

Session 5

Session Abstract

In his important book, Existential Togetherness: Toward a Common Black Religious Heritage, Professor DeWayne Stallworth first explores the shared experience of slavery that connected African American people of widely diverse backgrounds, then turns his attention to the difficulties of maintaining such unity under the threat of white supremacy as experienced through the systematic structures of both white and black privilege.

Speakers

Richard T. Hughes, Lipscomb University, Convener

  • Raymond C. Carr, Independent Scholar, Reviewer
  • Gary Selby, Emmanuel Christian Seminary at Milligan University, Reviewer
  • David Holmes, Lipscomb University, Reviewer
  • DeWayne R. Stallworth, American Baptist College and Author, Respondent

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