[Black and Feminist Theology]
Side A: Pauli Murray, speaker. Responses by Lillian Doe Webb, John Cartwright. Side B: Morning Session, continued. A) Conclusion of Pauli Murray Presentation.
Society for the Study of Black Religion Collection
This audio features a presentation by Pauli Murray on Black and Feminist theology. In her presentation, she argues that Black theologians have not maintained a universal perspective. She also discusses feminism as a monolithic analysis. Pauli Murray’s presentation is followed by responses from Lillian Doe Webb and John Cartwright.
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Murray, Pauli; Webb, Lillian Doe; and Cartwright, John, "[Black and Feminist Theology]" (1979). Society for the Study of Black Religion Collection, Audio-Visual Recordings. 63.
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