Restorative Justice in the Bible in the Wake of Black Lives Matter

Victoria Omotoso is a Ph.D. Candidate in Theology and Religious Studies at the University of Exeter. She is also a Theology alumni of the University of Leeds. Her current research involves exploring cross-cultural audience reception of Jesus films. ‘No Justice! No Peace!’ This mantra has been ringing through the daily news coverings of the Black... Continue Reading →

F&A Series: ‘On Faith as Activism in Black Lives Matter’

Biko Mandela Gray is Assistant Professor of American Religion at Syracuse University. He teaches on race, identity, and religion in the United States, and his research interests are on subjectivity, ethics, and race in the study of religion. Follow him on Twitter: @BikoMandelaGray They found her, hanging. Unable to make bail, unable to fund her... Continue Reading →

Faith & Activism: Call for Contributions

In the forthcoming twelve months, the Leeds Centre for Religion and Public Life will be publishing a special online series via our ‘Religion in Public’ site titled ‘Faith and Activism’. This series will explore the diverse and complex relationship between faith and socio-political activism in a variety of global contexts and in relation to a... Continue Reading →

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