Rev. MacArthur H. Flournoy, theologian, author, and preacher is the Director for Faith Partnerships and Mobilization for the Human Rights Campaign Foundation, in the Religion & Faith Program.
MacArthur served as the Faith Director for the Maryland Marriage Campaign. He works nationally with clergy, people of faith across faith traditions, with the process of sacred conversations, to build inclusive coalitions for all forms of injustice MacArthur is the author a new curricula entitled Triumph Through Faith, available now, with w a soon to be released film that examines the intersection historical and emerging significance of faith, religion and spirituality from the civil rights movement to the last three decades to bring about racial justice, economic justice, voter engagement, nondiscrimination on the basis of race, class, ethnicity, physical ability, economic standing, gender, sexual orientation, gender expression or gender identity. MacArthur holds a Master's of Divinity from the Pacific School of Religion at the Graduate Theological Union.
As the father of five amazing children, MacArthur is a new grandparent. Reading, writing, traveling, and collecting West African art are his favorite past times.