A few years back the UU World published an essay of mine entitled “Black Humanism’s Response to Suffering.” It’s still up on the World’s web site but it has just recently been anthologized in the new book Humanist Voices in Unitarian Universalism. I’m excited to have my work appear alongside some of my former seminary professors (David Bumbaugh, Bill Murry, and Carol Hepokoski) and exciting emerging voices in Unitarian Universalism like Emerson Zora Hamsa and Amanda Poppei. The text is $14 and you can order a copy from the UUA Bookstore. It is not on Amazon yet but I imagine it soon will be.
Recent Publication: Black Humanism’s Response to Suffering