Diana L. Hayes is professor emerita of systematic theology at Georgetown University.

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Book Review

New book calls for 'reverse migration' of Black Americans to the South

Book Review: Charles M. Blow's thoughtful, challenging book recounts the Great Migration and its impact on the South. He calls for a return of Blacks to the South to reclaim our lost political heritage.

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Memoir recognizes need for more than talk about racial reconciliation

Book review: In Becoming Brave, Brenda Salter McNeil traces the journey of realization that came to her after 30 years of teaching and working in the field of racial justice.

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New book on Charleston massacre depicts agonizing struggle to move on

Book review: Author Jennifer Berry Hawes unpeels layers of pain and anger, sorrow and forgiveness, hatred and love to ask questions that do not have easy answers. What sustains ordinary people after an unspeakable tragedy?

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Lenny Duncan, Lutheran pastor, calls on Christianity to revolutionize

Book review: "A former drug dealer, sex worker, homeless queer teen, and felon," Duncan puts the emphasis on dismantling white supremacy in this nation, its schools, pews and liturgies.