Monday, April 19, 2021 - 5:00pm to 6:30pm
Webinar
Katherine Guerrero
(512) 921-9657

The Hispanic House of Studies at Duke Divinity School will sponsor a conversation with the Rev. Dr. Chao Romero speaking on his latest book, Brown Church, highlighting the history of the Latinx church and its pertinence to the present times. The event, titled "The Brown Church," is part of the 2021 Sumérgete Webinar Series featuring webinars on a variety of topics for laity, pastors, and other interested persons on theological topics related to the Latinx community.

Romero is "Asian-Latino" and has been a professor of Chicana/o Studies and Asian American Studies at UCLA since 2005. He received his Ph.D. from UCLA in Latin American History and his Juris Doctor from U.C. Berkeley, and is also an attorney. Romero has published 15 academic books and articles on issues of race, immigration, history, education, and religion, and received the Latina/o Studies book award from the international Latin American Studies Association. He  is an ordained pastor. Together with his wife Erica, he is the co-founder of Jesus 4 Revolutionaries, a Christian ministry to activists, as well as the co-chair of the Matthew 25 Movement in Southern California.

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"The Brown Church," lunes,19 de abril. 5-6: 30 p.m. ET. La Casa de Estudios Hispanos en Duke Divinity School patrocinará una conversación con el Rev. Dr. Chao Romero hablando sobre su último libro, “The Brown Church”, destacando la historia de la iglesia Latinx y su pertinencia hasta la actualidad. El evento, titulado "The Brown Church", es parte de la serie de seminarios web Sumérgete 2021 que presenta una variedad de temas para laicos, pastores y otras personas interesadas en temas teológicos relacionados con la comunidad Latinx. Romero es asiático-latino y ha sido profesor de Estudios Chicanos y Estudios Asiáticos Americanos en UCLA desde 2005. Recibió su doctorado de UCLA en Historia Latinoamericana y su Juris Doctor de la U.C. Berkeley, y también es abogado. Romero ha publicado 15 libros y artículos académicos sobre temas de raza, inmigración, historia, educación y religión, y recibió el premio al libro de Estudios Latinos de la Asociación Internacional de Estudios Latinoamericanos. Es un pastor ordenado. Junto con su esposa Erica, es cofundador de Jesus 4 Revolutionaries, un ministerio cristiano para activistas, así como copresidente del Movimiento Mateo 25 en el sur de California.

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