Diana L. Hayes

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

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'A Womanist Theology of Worship' reclaims communal and spiritual authority through African legacies

An 'ambivalent life': Black diaspora seeks a place to call home

New memoir asks: What does it mean to be Black, to be a Black woman?

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

Memoir recognizes need for more than talk about racial reconciliation

New book on Charleston massacre depicts agonizing struggle to move on

Lenny Duncan, Lutheran pastor, calls on Christianity to revolutionize

Mentors of an American Gandhi

Pauli Murray: Refusing restrictions of society and law

The 'lived religion' of street basketball

A paradoxical faith: Amid deaths without reason, black people see God as Liberator

School fought for its segregated students

A foundation laid by black women