Conferences & Talks
Racism in the Faith:The Emergence of Black Baptists and Presbyterians—North and South of the Promise Land
The struggle for equality for African Americans actually began within the hallowed walls of the American Church. In addressing what many scholars call the “walk out narratives” of African American Christians in both the North and the South, this presentation exposes the ways in which the Black Church navigated the terrains of racism within the sacred spaces of Christianity through the lens of Black Baptist and Presbyterians.
The Black Church Lecture Series (Zoom Link), Wingate University (April 21, 2021, at 7:00 pm)
Note: Some community events and articles may be connected with Dr. Moore’s affiliation with the Presbyterian Church, PCUSA, and do not reflect the views and values of UNC Charlotte.
“Two Christianities: Jesus on the Steps of the American Capitol” (May 1, 2021)
#ScholarStrike Teach-IN (Sept. 8th & Sep.9th, 2020)
Racism, Religion, and Black Suffering ( Inside UNC Charlotte)
Defund or Reform: BLM and Policing Expert Panel ( Newswise Live)
On social media, Charlotte allies wrestle with how to stand up for Black Americans (Charlotte Observer)
Carolina Impact: Seeking Unity (PBS-WTVI in Charlotte, NC)
Blexit: The Moment Encouraging Black Voters to Question the Status Quo (WSOC in Charlotte, NC)
Rev. Billy Graham Tore Down Walls of Division Through Biblical Message (WSOC in Charlotte, NC)