Eugene F. Rivers, 3d is an American activist, and Pentecostal minister based in Boston, Massachusetts.
He is a controversial pastor of the Azusa Christian Community Center in Dorchester of Boston, and co-founder of the Boston TenPoint Coalition and co-chair of the National TenPoint Leadership Foundation, both working on issues of urban violence that impacts African Americans. He has appeared on national television shows, including Hardball with Chris Matthews with Michael Rogers defending Rick Warren. He also an advisor to Bishop Charles Blake for Save Africa's Children.
- Ryan Sorba and Dinesh D'Souza Discuss the Side-Effects of Social Programs...and expand on River's words
- Boston Phoenix: Eugene Rivers’s moment: Under fire for challenging Jesse Jackson, the street minister says the real challenge is to work with the Bushies in crafting a new, post-civil-rights agenda Date of publication uncertain
- Christianity Today. Feb. 5, 1996, CT Classic: Separate and Equal - Martin Luther King dreamed of an integrated society. Boston minister Eugene Rivers thinks it was the wrong dream, by Wendy Murray Zoba
- Religion and Ethnics Newsweekly, November 11, 2005, Episode no. 911: Lucky Severson's interview with the Reverend Eugene Rivers in Boston, Massachusetts
- The Boston Phoenix, July 17 - 24, 1997 - The Future of Boston - The Reverend Eugene Rivers
- The Boston Strategy to Prevent Youth Violence - Reverend Eugene Rivers