Justice

Total 40 Posts

'PURE': a poem

Melissa Menny puts to meter the experience of a Black Catholic in an era of social unrest, sexist status quos, and clerical compromise.

Reflection: Solidarity in Dostoevsky and Melville

Jeffrey Wald traces out the principles of true compassion and brotherly love in the "The Brothers Karamazov" and "Benito Cereno", linking them to modern America.

Statement on the conviction of Derek Chauvin

The official statement of Black Catholic Messenger on the conviction of one Derek Chauvin—murderer of George Floyd, former police officer, and current inmate.

Review: "One Night in Miami" overcomes rough lead, limited focus, to champion Black liberation

A new film seeking to highlight a meeting of the Black minds in the mid-1960s manages to get across a message of Black freedom—even if at the expense of depth.

Knights of Peter Claver & Ladies Auxiliary hosting webinar on racism at 1pm CST

The nation's largest Black Catholic organization continues to use its ministry to speak to the issues of the day, hosting a full-fledged virtual event on racism.

(Free, virtual) Georgetown slavery conference underway, amidst controversy

In honor of the 159th anniversary of emancipation in DC, Georgetown is hosting a conference interrogating US slavery—especially its Catholic practitioners.

NCEA Catholic education conference convening virtually this week

The annual meeting of the National Catholic Educational Association has gone virtual and gone live, streaming online for the next two days—with Black keynote speakers in tow.
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