Rev. Dr. Michael Long, M.Div. ’12, D.Min. ’18, will join the school in the newly created role that helps cultivate students for Christian leadership.
Bishop Daniel C. Arichea Jr., Duke M.R.E. '60, Ph.D. '65, was a visionary leader in the United Methodist Church and also taught at Duke as bishop in residence. 
Vazquez, director of the Human Rights Campaign Foundation's Religion and Faith Program, was named one of "21 Faith Leaders To Watch in 2021" by the Center for American Progress.
Peele will join the White House as deputy director of management and administration for personnel.
Rev. Starsky Wilson, president of the Children's Defense Fund, will be keynote speaker at Duke's Martin Luther King Jr. ceremony on Jan. 17.
Divinity alumni the Rev. Dewey Williams and the Rev. Bonnie Scott revisit their joint sermon on breaking barriers, originally delivered 10 years ago in South Africa.
Three Divinity alumni, each a psychologist or licensed counselor, discuss the personal and professional challenges presented by current stressful times.
Professor David Emmanuel Goatley and alumnus Michael Battle took part in a panel discussion on the legacy of the transatlantic slave trade and its relevance for Christian higher education.
Alumnus Bishop Staccato Powell, presiding prelate of the Western Episcopal District of the African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church (AME Zion) has been elevated to the position of president of the Board of Bishops.
The Feb. 20-22 event will feature Duke Divinity Professor Kate Bowler as keynote speaker along with a number of Divinity School graduates as speakers.

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