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Divine Dialogue with Candice Benbow


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"Divine Dialogue with Candice Benbow" aims to discuss religious and social issues within the African-American Community

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We will reflect on the inaugural season of Divine Dialogue, discuss the Eddie Long court settlement, Oprah Winfrey and the ten things the Black Church should do this summer.

Interfaith minister and religious educator Dr. Zakiya N. Muwwakkil discusses the practice of interfaith in the African-American Community.

Tonight, we discuss summer reading and scholarship opportunities. Additionally, we address an editorial addressing women in ministry. Lastly, we reveal plans for the second season of Divine Dialogue.

Public health advocates/educators Rolanda Patrick-Coleman and Patrice Y. Toney discuss the state of sexual health in the African-American Community and opportunities for Black Church involvement in spreading positive and safe... more

Brooke Obie, of the blog The Dithering of a DC District Diva, shares her thoughts on sexuality and the Church and her response piece "Single, Saved and Sexin?: Not in the Name of Christ You Don't!"

Join us as we discuss the dating experiences of single Christian African-American women with Professor Crunk of the Crunk Feminist Collective. On Feb 3, Professor Crunk wrote the controversial blog "Single, Saved and Sexin': The... more

Physicist and founder of the first HBCU secular student organization Mark D. Hatcher will be our guest tonight discussing atheism in the African-American Community. Hatcher is a Ph.D. student in the Department of Physiology and... more

March 9, 2011 marked the beginning of a sacred time within the Christian tradition: the observance of the Lenten season. Join us as we provide a deeper understanding of this practice, its many components and importance in the lives... more

On February 28, 2011, the American religious community lost one of its most powerful voices in the personality of Dr. Peter Gomes. This week's show is dedicated to the life and legacy of the Plummer Professor of Christian Morals... more

Political Strategist Burns Strider discusses his personal journey of faith that led him to a career in national politics, voting trends among African-Americans and the relationship between faith, race and political participation.