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  • Program of Black Church Studies

    The Program of Black Church Studies at Emory University, Atlanta, Ga. educates men and women on the “origins, development, and contemporary diversity of the black church tradition.” The program includes the exploration of other religious traditions. Contact Dr. Andrea C. White.

  • Program for Strong African-American Marriages

    The Program for Strong African American Marriages is a five-year intervention study based at the University of Georgia. Prayer is listed as one component of the program, with participants encouraged to pray for their spouses.

  • Reentry National Media Outreach Campaign

    The Reentry National Media Outreach Campaign connects reporters with re-entry programs and is particularly interested in helping shine a spotlight on faith-based prisoner release efforts around the country. The campaign is run by Outreach Extensions and funded by the Annie E. Casey Foundation. Contact Sally Turner, re-entry project director.

  • African American Studies and Research Center

    African American Studies and Research Center at Purdue University focuses on African Americans and their connections to the African Diaspora in the Caribbean and Latin America.

  • Center for Black Women in Church and Society

    Center for Black Women in Church and Society at the Interdenominational Theological Center seeks to enhance the participation and relationship with African American women in church and society.

    Contact: 404-527-7700.

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