Becoming an Anti-Racist Church

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  • Title: Becoming an Anti-Racist Church
  • Author: Joseph Barndt
  • ISBN: 9780800664602
  • Page: 469
  • Format: Paperback

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Comments Becoming an Anti-Racist Church

  1. Read this in a group with some members of my church A powerful book that gives tools and ideas for creating an anti racist church from the ground up not just increasing diversity without glossing over the role the church played in reinforcing and spreading racism.


  2. I thought this book might be related to the UUA s Journey Toward Wholeness program, but discounted the possibility after reading the description I wasn t sure if I d be able to relate to a book specifically geared toward mainline protestant roman catholic churches, but I decided to give the sample a shot My eyes moistened pretty quick and by the time I finished the sample where I learned the author had worked with Unitarian Universalists and many other denominations there were tears.


  3. Fantastic book with lots of practical suggestions for churches who wish to engage in the work of racial justice.