Fri, Apr 24 | Zoom Call

Conversation With A... Black Liberation Theologian of Disabilities

Join Our Conversation About Black Liberation Theology + Disability Awareness
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Conversation With A... Black Liberation Theologian of Disabilities

Time & Location

Apr 24, 2020, 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM MDT
Zoom Call

About the Event

Come with your questions and curiosity for the creator of black liberation theology of disabilties: Kendrick Kemp!

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Kendrick Arthur Kemp was raised in Upstate NY, Lyons. He is currently earning a Doctorate of Ministry at Howard University's School of Divinity. He earned a Master of Divinity from Union Theological Seminary and an MSW from Binghamton University. Kendrick was the founder and co-chair of the Disability Justice Caucus while at Union Theological Seminary and the key leader in getting an accessible door at Union's entrance. Kendrick was mentored by Dr. James Cone and Dr. Cornel West. Out of such depths of theological wisdom, Kendrick constructed Black Liberation Theology of Disability. He even inspired and sat on a panel at the American Academy of Religion titled "Black Liberation Theologies of Disabilities." Kendrick has spoken around the country and the world at conferences, before faith communities, and nonprofits. For more information please go to

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