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Religion and the Politics of Race in 1960s London: Transnational Liberation Networks and Theologies of Resistance

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  • UserDr Hannah Elias (Lecturer in Black British History, Goldsmiths, University of London)
  • ClockTuesday 02 March 2021, 14:00-15:00
  • HouseWolfson College Zoom meeting.

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This paper will explore the place of religion in race equality campaigns and anti-racism activism, and the relationship between British activist networks, the American civil rights movement and South African anti-apartheid movement. It will use as a case study the relationship between Dr Martin Luther King, Jr, Coretta Scott King and St Paul’s Cathedral, and explore the transnational networks that moved money, ideas and people to support international anti-colonial and civil rights movements.

Note the time, this talk takes place at 14.00 (instead of the usual time of 18.00).

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