African American Religion at Rice
What Can Be Said? African American Religious Thought, Afro-Pessimism, and the Question of Hope
On the Question at the End of Theodicy
Great Day Houston "A Lesson In Hip Hop"
ABC’s Hit Sitcom Black-ish Does God, Pushes Theological Respectability
Responding to Religion and Black Lives Matter
On Struggle In Our Historical Moment
Houston Black Lives Matter Talks Issues
The Egalitarian reported on a BLMHTX event in which Dr. Pinn participated as a panel participant. Dr. Pinn reflected on the meaning of Black Lives Matter, and participated in a collective imagining of a world in which black lives do matter
Anthony Pinn and Bun B offer free online Hip Hop Course
Anthony Pinn and Bun B have expanded their religion and hip hop culture course from the campus of Rice University to the Web.
Hip Hop Zilla
Hip Hop DX
Hip Hop since 1987
Hip Hop Vibe
Ricky Smiley Morning Show
But Is It New?
Hip Hop Weekly
Hip Hop Wired
Black Women Are Among the Country’s Most Religious Groups
Body Language: Michael Jackson and the Illogic of White Supremacy
Facebook, Twitter and the Death of Body Language
Cosmic Lessons: When the Ministry Pulls a Madoff
God’s Little Soldiers: Procreation as a Weapon
Reevaluating a Faith-based Nation
Inauguration Day: Re-imagining Ourselves
Defending Obama's Choice
Bad Karma: Life Lessons from Earl
In the Dark Night of Disaster
One Nation, Many Bibles: Obama vs. Dobson
The Black Church: Institution or Abstraction?
Getting Wright Wrong: Preaching is not Policy