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Resources for Racial Reconciliation and Justice: Home

Books, articles & more in support of communities talking about race.


This resource list was created as part of a campus-wide initiative in partnership with the Black Religious Scholars Group/Crump Visiting Professorship. As we move toward greater justice and mercy, we seek to create conversations characterized by honesty and generous openness. We believe this effort will strengthen our community, bear witness to our unity in Christ, and make the seminary even more hospitable to all people. This libguide is a living document that is updated regularly. If you have resources to suggest, please contact the Booher Librarians at

Articles written by Southwest faculty, staff, and students

52nd Annual Blandy Lecture and Symposium

Black History Month 2020 Keynote Address


Left: The Rev. Cheryl Kirk-Duggan with Dr. Steve Bishop and The Very Rev. Cynthia Briggs-Kittredge; Right: Lindsey Ardrey, MDiv 2021, commences the Black History Month Keynote Address.

The Seductive Web of Deceit: Facing White Supremacist Patriarchal Misogyny

The Rev. Cheryl Kirk-Duggan delivered the Keynote Address for Black History Month at Seminary of the Southwest on February 11, 2020. Watch the full address below.

Please also visit our Black History Month LibGuide for additional resources currently available in the Booher Library.

Web Resources