Reimagining Tools for Resistance and Survival: An Everyday Womanist Theology

What is womanist theology? How can it be employed for the work of both resistance and survival in a broken world? Building upon a theology rooted in the Black church tradition and using the poetry of Black women writers, this lecture will examine the tensions of race, spirituality, trauma, resistance, and memory for those living on the underside of history.

The Rev. Yolanda Pierce, Ph.D., Professor, and Dean of Howard Divinity School to discuss the intersections of race, religion, gender, and justice. 

The Willson Lectureship Series is made possible by the late James and Mavis Willson.