Dear White Christians: For Those Still Longing for Racial by Jennifer Harvey

By Jennifer Harvey

In this provocative e-book Jennifer Harvey argues for an intensive shift in how justice-committed white Christians take into consideration race. She demands relocating clear of the reconciliation paradigm that at present dominates interracial kin and embracing in its place a reparations paradigm.

Harvey offers an insightful ancient research of the painful fissures that emerged between activist Christians towards the top of the Civil Rights stream, and she or he exhibits the need of bringing "white" racial id into transparent view as a way to counter modern oppressive social structures.

A deeply positive, hopeful paintings, Dear White Christians may help readers envision new racial percentages, together with concrete examples of up to date reparations tasks. This e-book is for any who care concerning the gospel name to justice yet believe caught attempting to get there, given the continued occurrence of deep racial divisions within the church and society at large.

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