Blockson Lecture: John Elliott Churchville

“The Religion/Politics Nexus and Black Oppression,” a lecture by Dr. John Elliott Churchville, focuses on the historical background of the symbiotic relationship between religion and politics. Dr. Churchill discusses the context of Black oppression within a Eurocentric religion/political nexus, as well as practical suggestions for confronting and struggling effectively against it.

Dr. Churchville is a civil rights activist and founder of Philadelphia’s Freedom Library Community Project, which later became the Freedom Library Day School. He is currently Chairman/CEO of the Liberation Fellowship Community Development Corporation, and author of Provocative Thoughts for Black Men and Conversations with My ProgenyAn African Elder’s Legacy to the Young People in His Village.

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