Pastor Elijah White | Gospel singing & Geechee-Gullah tradition

Pastor Elijah White is an ordained minister. He was born and raised in Ridgeland SC in a beautiful, close knit, and friendly community called Cherry Hill. He comes from a large family of talented people known for cooking and singing and just being nice. He played sports as a child and grew food on his […]

Marquice L. Williams and Yusuf Major: “Savannah Artists Impacting Individuals Across Georgia”

Marquice L. Williams is best known for his live performances where he infuses spoken word poetry, catchy melodies, and lyrical hip hop. He has performed and facilitated creative sessions focused in spoken word pedagogy for festivals, colleges, educators, religious organizations, arts organizations and more. Yusuf Major Also known as God Imaj, is an entrepreneur and […]

Oneness Chat Race Amity Welcome Portals

This engaging series consists initially of nine episodes, each a 90-minute virtual program designed to attract a diverse group of participants. In these spaces we discover new friends who share the common desire to play a part in the elimination of racism. Together, we share our thoughts on racial justice and explore the principle of […]

“Religion: Creating Intentional Spaces for Unity – How Does It Look?”

World unity is not possible without the unreserved acceptance of the oneness of humankind. In 2022, what is the role of religion in this process for personal and community development. Hear from a panelist of clergy and others, the impact religion can play in addressing current issues of racism, gender equity, and religious biases

Oneness Chat Race Amity Welcome Portals

This engaging series consists initially of nine episodes, each a 90-minute virtual program designed to attract a diverse group of participants. In these spaces we discover new friends who share the common desire to play a part in the elimination of racism. Together, we share our thoughts on racial justice and explore the principle of […]

The Blues Idiom of Abdul-’Baha With Artist and Activist Masud Olufani, Atlanta, GA

Masud Olufani will examine the cultural practices of the African American community associated with the color blue, which is linked to a 'coolness of being or right moral action' in West Africa. The conflation of 'blue' with the moral imperative to act justly is a dimension of the cultural memory of African Americans, who have […]

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Spirit of Blackness

Spirit of Blackness is a virtual space where Black folks come together to connect, deepen, and explore questions that pertain to our spiritual experience as Black people. In each event, we explore a question together through words, art, and music. While the space is intended to be focused on a given topic, we recognize that […]