Episode 22: Canon theologian Kelly Brown Douglas, author of Resurrection Hope

A conversation with dean and canon theologian Kelly Brown Douglas about anti-Blackness, just communities, Black Lives Matter, and more  

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Here in the 22nd episode of Madang, I converse with Kelly Brown Douglas, dean of the Episcopal Divinity School at Union Theological Seminary and canon theologian at the Washington National Cathedral, about her new book, Resurrection Hope.

We discuss how her dialogue with her son was pertinent to writing her book. She also discusses Whiteness, anti-Blackness in the church, #blacklivesmatter, resurrection, and hope. It is a great conversation about how we can work toward just communities to fight anti-Blackness in the church and society.  This is a wonderful book which will challenge readers to fight racism and live transformative lives with resurrection hope.