Black Theology as Mass Movemen t is a call to current and future theologians to stretch the boundaries of Black Liberation Theology from what has become primarily an academic subfield into a full fledge liberation movement beyond the walls of the academy.
1. Black Liberation Theology: Introductions, Definitions, and A Calling for a New Era 2. Movement Centric Origins 3. Imagining the Black Gramsci: A Marxian and Gramscian Critique 4. Outward Commitments: Imagining a Black Public Theology 5. Black Stars: Learning Movement Making from Marcus Garvey and the U.N.I.A. 6. The Souls of Black Theological Folks: Reconsidering Du Bois and the role of the Black Intellectual in Mass Movements 7. Larry Neal's Ghost: Inspiration and Passion from the Harlem Renaissance, Negritude, and Black Arts Movement 8. Dreamers and Panthers: Dialectical Lessons from the Civil Rights Movement and the Black Power Movement 9. From Accra to Philadelphia and Back Again: Kwame Nkrumah's Mass Movement towards Pan-African Liberation 10. From Padmore to Dead Prez: New Conceptions of Pan African Radical Thought 11. Freestyle Revolutions and Global Ciphas: Lessons from the Global Hip Hop Movement Epilogue. On Courage and Love: Daring to view Black Theology as Mass Movement and making it happen.