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Black Theology Project records

Title
Black Theology Project records, 1935-1989.
Author
Black Theology Project.
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Additional Authors
  • Dodson, Howard.
  • Dodson, Jualynne E.
  • Delk, Yvonne V.
Description
6 lin. ft.
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Note
  • Audiotapes transferred to Moving Image and Recorded Sound Division. Photographs transferred to the Photographs and Prints Division.
Source (note)
  • Black Theology Project
Biography (note)
  • The Black Theology Project (BTP) is an interdenominational organization founded in 1976 under the leadership of Rev. Charles Spivey, Sister Shawn Copeland, and Rev. Muhammad Kenyatta.
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  • Accessioned
  • Cataloged
  • Cataloging updated
Call Number
Sc MG 286
Author
Black Theology Project.
Title
Black Theology Project records, 1935-1989.
Summary
The records include files of the Board of Directors, 1980-84 (lists of board members, agendas, minutes, memoranda); administrative files, such as correspondence, membership materials, and financial records, of former executive directors, Howard Dodson, Jualynne Dodson, and Yvonne Delk; program files for the Convocation, Cuban Seminar on Black Theology, the Martin Luther King, Jr. Seminar, additional projects with Cuban ecumenical organizations, and other conferences and workshops; materials concerning BTP's collaboration with TIA; and subject files (mostly printed matter) on topics such as Black theology and Cuba, individuals, and organizations (mostly other churches and religious organizations).
Biography
The Black Theology Project (BTP) is an interdenominational organization founded in 1976 under the leadership of Rev. Charles Spivey, Sister Shawn Copeland, and Rev. Muhammad Kenyatta. BTP incorporates Black academicians, theologians, clergy and laity, and political and community activists in a national network committed to theological reflection and social action on behalf of the Black church and the Black community. The organization has established theological dialogues with Hispanic, Native American, and Pacific/Asian Christians in the United States and with Third World Christians and liberation movements outside of the United States, especially in Africa, Latin America, the Caribbean, and Asia.
The Black Theology Project was originally organized as one of eight projects of Theology in the Americas (TIA), a consortium program related to the National Council of Churches. BTP engages in theological dialogue and conferences with related TIA projects regarding a theology of liberation for North America.
Among its activities BTP has held several conferences, including "Black Church and Black Community: Unity and Action for Education" (Atlanta, 1977), a 1979 conference focusing on the relation of class and feminist analysis to Black Theology, and "National and International Priorities of the Black Church" (Washington, D. C., 1984).
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Dodson, Howard.
Dodson, Jualynne E.
Delk, Yvonne V.
Research Call Number
Sc MG 286
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