Our inaugural 2020 Justice Masterclass Series featured faculty such as Jemar Tisby, Robert Chao Romero, Brenda Salter-McNeil, Kathy Khang, Noemi Vega Quiñones, Rich Villodas, Cole Arthur Riley, and Marlena Graves.

This year’s Justice Masterclass series “Rooted: Elders, Ancestors, and Collective Memory” invited us to lean into the faith passed on by those who came before us. Our goal was to develop a collective memory that leads to a prophetic imagination. Our faculty included Kat Armas, author of Abuelita Faith; and Yolanda Pierce, Dean of Howard University School of Divinity, and author of In My Grandmother’s House.

This Masterclass was sponsored by Brazos Press. If you also would like to contribute to the work of Chasing Justice as we center the voices of people of color, click here!

Previous Masterclass Content

Rooted : Elders, Ancestors, and Collective Memory

This masterclass will invite us to lean into the faith passed on by those who came before us.

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God Kept Me:

Sustainable Justice

This masterclass series will help us to consider spiritual practices that make a lifestyle of justice sustainable.

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Truth Tellers:

Women of Color at the Center Justice

The Justice Masterclass events are designed to give expert insights from those who are already leading us into rebuilding a just world.

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A Way Forward Together:

The Connected History of the Black and Brown Church

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