Episode 11 - Black Liberation Theology (feat. Professor Anthony Reddie) Pt. 2


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This is the second half of our fascinating conversation with Anthony Reddie, one of the foremost proponents of Black Liberation Theology in the UK. We released the first part of this conversation last week, and it is also well worth listening to. In this episode, we discuss the relationship between American and British Black Liberation Theologies, being a Christian in leftist circles, and jazz music. Anthony also offers his reflections on Black Lives Matter in the UK, and the younger generation of Black Liberation Theologians.
Anthony tweets at @AnthonyGReddie and his website is www.anthonyreddie.com
Petition in support of Revd. Jarel Robinson-Brown is here: http://chng.it/Kf7NWykTjL
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Our outro music is My Queen is Ada Eastman by Sons of Kemet feat. Joshua Idehen. We also feature the song Liamuiga (Cook Up) by Courtney Pine, live from Later... with Jools Holland.
Our theme song is good morning by Amine Maxwell, available here: https://soundcloud.com/aminemaxwell/good-morning
It is licensed under CC BY 3.0 - http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

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