Gregory Thompson

 

Gregory Thompson is a pastor, scholar, writer, producer, and amateur cook whose work focuses on racial healing in America. He currently serves as Executive Director of Voices Underground, an initiative to build a national memorial to the Underground Railroad in Southeast Pennsylvania. Dr. Thompson is also a Research Fellow in African American Cultural Heritage at Lincoln University (HBCU), the Visiting Theologian for Mission at Grace Mosaic Church in Washington DC, and the co-author (with Duke Kwon) of Reparations: A Christian Call to Repentance and Repair (Brazos Press, April 2021). He received his PhD in the Theology, Ethics, and Culture program in the University of Virginia’s department of Religious Studies, where he wrote his dissertation on Martin Luther King, Jr.

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