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The Personal As Political: Keeping Care and Community in a Moment of Political Upheaval

THE PERSONAL AS POLITICAL:
       KEEPING CARE AND COMMUNITY IN A MOMENT OF POLITICAL UPHEAVAL

The movements we find ourselves working as we intersect in this moment in time, continue to move forward.  Join us as we come together in community around this vital issue of care.

We invite you to be view the video below:

Upcoming CARSS Event on August 1, 2015: Racial Justice, Religious Freedom, Renewed Visions:A Town Hall Conversation on Black Churches, Sexual Politics and American Public Life

Racial Justice, Religious Freedom, Renewed Visions:
A Town Hall Conversation on Black Churches, Sexual Politics and American Public Life
Saturday, August 1, 2015, 2-4pm

Watch the Video Below! 

https://youtu.be/UyMisom3OWQ

CARSS WEBSITE LAUNCH

The Center on African American Religion, Sexual Politics and Social Justice (CARSS) was founded in the Spring of 2013, building upon five years of research, analysis, network development and strategic planning, to address major shifts within society at large—and black communities, in particular—that have taken place during the same period of time.
 

ARE THE GODS AFRAID OF BLACK SEXUALITY? CONFERENCE RE-CAP

On October 23-24, 2014, Columbia University's Institute for Research in African-American Studies hosted a major conference, Are the Gods Afraid of Black Sexuality? Religion and the Burdens of Black Sexual Politics.  In terms of the richness of the presentations, the level of attendance and engagement from attendees, Are the Gods Afraid of Black Sexuality? was by all counts a great success!!!
 
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