The Civil Rights Movement as Theological Drama, an initiative of the Project on Lived Theology, is a highly interactive digital archive that brings the theological drama of the American Civil Rights Movement to life. Through personal interviews and primary documentary evidence, much of which is previously unpublished, the archive tells the stories of the time period in light of the hypothesis that God was–in some perplexingly and hitherto undelineated way–present there.
Read the full press release here.
Visit the archive here.
Read an interview with Graduate Research Assistant Kelly West Figueroa-Ray, who both conceptualized and managed this project.