Freddie Mae Bason and Verlene Farmer Goatley broke the color barrier at the Carver School of Social Work in 1955.
BGAV head John Upton says white Baptists have given too little attention to social problems that disproportionately affect racial minorities.
George White III, Dihanne Moore and Joshua Scott are three of the best and brightest at the McAfee School of Theology. We sat down recently to talk about seminary, race and what would happen if I preached in their churches.
Oakhurst Baptist Church, a progressive and inclusive congregation in Decatur, Ga., celebrates 100 years of ministry Sept. 21-22.
Fifty years after the famous March on Washington, the movement is much more popular now than it was in real time.
The study shows that the larger the church, the less likely its members are to see a connection between racism and socio-economic factors.
Persons of color much more likely to live in areas afflicted by pollution and other health hazards.
Racial slurs are out of bounds regardless of race, says Baptist Center for Ethics head Robert Parham.
We can’t see clearly into the lives of others. We can’t know what it’s like to be them. But we can empathize.
Groundwork laid by CBF pastor and Shaw, Miss., native Jason Coker enabled youth from Houston's South Main Baptist Church to host a VBS program that many credit for helping bridge a racial gap in the impoverished and segregated town.