What began as a research project about the implications of feminism for theological education became a testimonial to the power of feminist commitment as articulated by Mud Flower, a collective of Black, Hispanic, and White Christian women. Here is the written record of seven feminists' commitment to practice what they preach.
In 13 essays and an appendix, Cannon charts the process of her canon formation, based on an inclusive ethic ... Her development begins with an historical detailing of what forged the black feminist consciousness. Cannon reveals how black women have found themselves to be moral agents in an African American tradition that combines both the ``real-lived'' texture of African American life and the oral-aural cultural tradition vital to African Americans. (From the Publisher's Weekly Review)
In Teaching Preaching, Katie Cannon, one of Clark's myriad preaching proteges, brings Clark face to face with the reader. She allows Clark to speak in his own expressive vernacular, with its double negatives, deliberate redundancy, signifying wordplay, and colloquially coined cussedness, while he lucidly explicates all the elements of sermon preparation and delivery.