Twelve new full-tuition fellowships will support residential Master of Divinity degree program students who pursue a certificate in Black Church Studies or Latinx Studies.
The new program will be run by Professor Patrick Smith and is supported by a $250,000 grant from the John and Wauna Harman Foundation.
Green funeral and burial practices can be part of the Black Church tradition, aesthetics, and sensitivity to ecological justice, argues Duke Divinity D.Min. candidate Sequola Collins.
Dean L. Gregory Jones and incoming Dean Edgardo Colón-Emeric address the Divinity School community in the wake of the Derek Chauvin trial. 
America's obsession with Black celebrity distracts from the reality of Black poverty and the racial wealth gap. Reparations could help address the disparities.
The March 25 event featured The Most Rev. Michael Curry and an international panel of Anglican leaders.
Now it’s time to speak out against hate and stand up for each other, writes D.Min. student Daniel Lee.
In a partnership with Sojourners and two faith-based groups, Divinity launches a non-degree certificate program to equip NC-based Latinx and African American pastors, ministry leaders, and their congregations to respond effectively.
The new formational community will support Asian and Asian-American students, encourage scholarship, and build networks at Duke and beyond.
As part of an effort to address racial injustice, Duke Divinity School is gathering and reviewing story submissions from community members about the impact of race and racial discrimination at the school.