Department of Philosophy & Religious Studies
Center for Religion and Cities
We are a collective of academics, students, and community partners working collaboratively to critically engage unjust structures in American cities. We create opportunities for community-engaged learning for Morgan State University students and other emerging leaders. Our commitment is evidenced in our work: Lifeways of Hope, The Good Life Project, Art, Religion, and Cities, and Relief and Restoration.
Housed at Morgan State University, The Center for Religion and Cities launched in 2018 with a generous grant from The Henry Luce Foundation. The Center is supported by The James H. Gilliam Jr. College of Liberal Arts, The School of Architecture and Planning, and The Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies.
Founding Director: Harold D. Morales, Philosophy & Religious Studies at Morgan State University's James H. Gilliam, Jr. College of Liberal Arts