African American Heritage Celebration

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African American Heritage Celebration

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Recordings from Lancaster Theological Seminary's African American Heritage Celebration events

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Lancaster Theological Seminary

Items in the African American Heritage Celebration Collection

Keynote lecture by Kirk Whalum from 2012 African American Heritage Week at LTS, February 27, 2012. Digital audio recording (mp3). Duration: 57 minutes.

Keynote lecture by Donna Allen from 2007 African American Heritage Week at LTS, September 4, 2007. The lecture reflects on a recent publication by Horace L. Griffin, Their Own Receive Them Not: African American lesbians & gays in Black churches.…

Another World is Possible
African American Heritage Celebration Lecture by Jeremiah Wright, Santee Chapel, 3:00 p.m., February 7, 2013. References Dwight N. Hopkins' work: Another World is Possible: Spiritualities and Religions of Global Darker Peoples. Digital video…

Equal Abundance: A Womanist Theology of the Marketplace
African American Heritage Celebration Lecture by Yvette Flunder, Lancaster Theological Seminary, Santee Chapel, February 25, 2010. Digital video recording (mp4); digital audio recording (mp3) also available. Duration: 32 minutes.

Mixing the "Made-Up" with the Verifiable: A Womanist Methodology for Mining Embodied Mediated Knowledge
Master class by Katie Cannon from the 2011 African American Heritage Week at LTS, held in Hafer Center, 23 February 2011. Digital video recording (mp4). Duration: 52 minutes, 29 seconds.

Race, Religion, Politics and the Black Church's Proclamation: The African American Church No Longer Invisible
Public lecture by Jeremiah Wright, First Reformed Church, Lancaster, PA, 7:00 p.m., February 7, 2013. Digital video recording (mp4). Duration: 1 hour, 26 minutes.

Prophetic Preaching in African American Pastoral Ministry
Lecture delivered by Dale Andrews in Santee Chapel, Lancaster Theological Seminary, Thursday, February 26, 2009. Digital video recording (mp4). Duration: 59 minutes.

Untutored Salvation: Making Sense of God's Grace in the Lived Lives of Slaves
Keynote lecture from African American Heritage Week at LTS by Katie Cannon, February 24, 2011. Digital video (mp4); digital audio recording (mp3) also available. Duration: 25 minutes, 27 seconds.

Lecture given by Dr. Stephanie M. Crumpton during African-American Heritage Celebration week, delivered in Santee Chapel on 12 February 2016. In this academic lecture, Dr. Stephanie Crumpton, Lancaster Seminary Assistant Professor of Practical…

Performance lecture presented by Dr. Amanda Kemp, visiting scholar in African Studies at Franklin & Marshall College, delivered in Santee Chapel on 24 February 2016. Her performance is part music, part memoir, part dramatic journey to remember our…