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Black Religion After the Million Man March: Voices of the Future. NY: Orbis Books, 1998. A collection of sixteen articles on the Million Man March (MMM) written by African American men and women in celebration and critique of the MMM with an eye on the event and movement in relationship to Black religion. Topics and issues include: the spirituality of Heru, Black masculinity, motifs of the MMM, the question of women, Spike Lee's film, the MMM pledge, the MMM in context of a healing space, the role of Minister Farrakhan, non-sexist space for Black men, and other topics.
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Essays in the first part wrestle with conflicting reactions to the March itself -- including sharply critical perspectives. The second part addresses the theme of "manhood". The third part considers the themes of responsibility, atonement, restoration, reconciliation, and renewal. Together, these essays provide a challenging agenda for Christians committed to African-American liberation.