Princeton Theological Seminary Celebrates Black History Month
Recommended Research Databases (login required off-campus)
Selected Black History Month Titles (Stacks)
E185.97.K5 C66 1991
E185.97.K5 C663 1993 Loy H. Witherspoon lectures in religious studies
Visit the project's website at http://scarletandblack.rutgers.edu
100th Anniversary ed.
E185.5 .D81 2004
Oxford World's Classics (Series)
E185.97.D73 A2 2007 v.3
#BlackChurchSyllabus recommendations from Prof. Yolanda Pierce
Prof. Yolanda Pierce's #BlackHistoryMonth 2017 Quote Authors
Prof. Pierce's #BlackHistoryMonth Tweets
Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Reconstructing the Black Narrative
"As educators, when we teach about the history of racial violence, the history of the black church, the history of the Confederate flag, the history of the Obama presidency, or any number of other themes related to the centrality of race in American history, we will have to teach about Charleston."
Associate Professor of African and African-American Studies
June 23, 2015
Unrelenting Voices Read-In: A Celebration of Freedom, Justice, Mandela, and More
Excerpts of the works in this bibliography - including Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s "Letter from Birmingham Jail" (1963) - were used for a public "read-in" held on January 8, 2015 at the Princeton Public Library, Trenton Free Public Library, and New Brunswick Free Public Library. The event was presented by those libraries in partnership with McCarter Theatre Center in Princeton, NJ. Members of Princeton Seminary's faculty and staff participated as readers.