High-ranking African-American female leadership in the Los Angeles Police Department share untold stories of issues around racial equity, internal culture and politics of the LAPD, and being a Black woman in law enforcement in the nation’s second-largest city.
Wednesday, March 10, 2021 | Learn more here.
Is working in the community as simple as coming up with an idea and enlisting a few volunteers? What must churches consider when developing an outward-facing ministry or program? What are the opportunities and potential pitfalls? How can you build on your good intentions in a way that makes both your church and your community stronger?
Wednesday, March 17, 2021 | Learn more here.
The COVID pandemic has highlighted the contingent nature of the ability of the local congregation to survive, let alone thrive. As limitations on meeting in person have been instituted, most congregations have developed some form of an online weekly gathering (whether Sunday services or something else) as a substitute for their traditional (in-person) worship services.
Wednesday, April 14, 2021 | Learn more here.
The November 2020 US Presidential election marked the end of the Trump presidency. The election also revealed new shifts in the way that Americans vote and self-identify in electoral politics. What does exit polling data reveal about our understanding of faith and politics in the US today? Learn more here.