Narada's Children: A Visionary Tale of Two Cities
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About the Author
Woody Carter is a narrative theologian who holds a doctorate in theology, religion, and the arts from the Graduate Theological Union, in Berkeley, California.
Carter has served as an associate professor in the Bachelor of Arts Completion Program at the California Institute of Integral Studies in San Francisco and as an instructor in theater arts at several community colleges in the Bay Area.
He is a retired executive director of the Bay Area Black United Fund, an identity-based philanthropy in Oakland, California, and the author of the nonfiction work Theology for a Violent Age: Religious Beliefs Crippling African-American Youth. He divides his time between living in the Bay Area and Saint Croix, US Virgin Islands.
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