Gregory Thompson

Gregory Thompson

Gregory Thompson (PhD, University of Virginia) is a pastor, scholar, artist, and producer whose work focuses on race and equity in the United States. He serves as executive director of Voices Underground, an initiative to build a national memorial to the Underground Railroad outside of Philadelphia, research fellow in African American heritage at Lincoln University (HBCU), and James Lawson Fellow for Faith and Justice at Historic Clayborn Temple in Memphis. He is also the cocreator of Union: The Musical, a soul and hip-hop-based musical about the 1968 sanitation workers' strike. He lives in Charlottesville, Virginia.


Books by Gregory Thompson

  1. Reparations
    Hardcover

    Reparations

    Apr 2021
  2. Reparations
    E-Book

    Reparations

    Apr 2021