gOD-Talk: A Black Millennial and Faith Conversation Series
gOD-Talk: A Black Millennials and Faith Conversation Series is a groundbreaking six-city conversation series spearheaded by the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture Center for the Study of African American Religious Life in association with Pew Research Center and Spelman College in Atlanta, GA.
Millennials are finding and creating new spaces to have different kinds of conversations that are not offered in traditional religious contexts. This interactive conversation series featuring leading millennials voices—activists, entertainers, entrepreneurs, athletes, academicians, religious leaders, politicians, etc.—seeks to amplify these voices by creating a space for their experiences to be shared and documented.These two and half hour curated conversations seek to not only give voice to this often misunderstood demographic but also to create an opportunity for religious organizations and leaders, researchers, and engaged citizens to understand better the dynamic ways Black millennials engage with religion.
The gOD-Talk series will kick-off on Saturday, January 26, 2019 in Sisters Chapel on the campus of Spelman College in Atlanta, Georgia.
** Please note that this event will take place in Atlanta, Georgia
Co-sponsor - Pew Research Center & Spelman College Event Location - Sisters Chapel at Spelman College (350 Spelman Ln SW, Atlanta, GA 30314)