“Something has been broken for me; a fragile hope that the work of racial and gender justice will be embraced by the larger church.”Read More
Dr. Yolanda Pierce is an Associate Professor of African American Religion and Literature at Princeton Theological Seminary and the Director of Black Church Studies. She holds a Ph.D. and an M.A. degree from Cornell University and undergraduate degrees from Princeton University. Pierce’s research specialties include African American Religious History; Womanist Theology; African American Literature; and Race and Religion.