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Building Hope Among African-American Youth

Through a three-week residential summer event designed by Dr. Anne Streaty Wimberly, African-American teenagers are immersed in a program designed to help them better connect with their Christian identities. Participants discover their gifts and leadership abilities, and develop ways to aid in the renewal of their communities and houses of worship. The vast majority go on to graduate high school and continue into higher education, including ministry. Wimberly talks about the how the youth program teaches participants how to be positive forces for hope in their churches and communities.

Anne Streaty Wimberly discussed with John Mulder how the Hope Builders Academy at the Interdenominational Theological Center in Atlanta nurtures hope in African American

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