NEWS, EVENTS, & COMMUNITY
Dr. Anne Wimberly's New Book "Raising Hope: Four Paths to Courageous Living for Black Youth"
This book gives tried-and-true methods to effectively reach out to Black youth and motivate them to make healthier choices that promise positive outcomes. The authors offer: 1) a narrative orientation that links real life with Christian faith supports and helps youth ask the right questions; 2) an artistic method that provides a cathartic space where youth can express themselves through poetry, music, and visual arts; 3) a curricular approach that centers specifically on conflict resolution; and 4) exposure to new possibilities. (source)
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Black Methodist Caucus Relocates to Gammon Theological Seminary
Kylan Pew, a second-year student at Gammon Theological Seminary, along with other Gammon students, participated in the 1000 Minister March to commemorate the 1963 March on Washington. Kylan's story was a major feature in The Atlanta Journal-Constitution on August 24, 2017.
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