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Constructing Solidarity for a Liberative Ethic: Anti-Racism, Action, and Justice (Content and Context in Theological Ethics)

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Constructing Solidarity for a Liberative Ethic offers a critical path for all readers toward the transformation of white worldviews, theologies, ethics, and praxis. Specific guidance is directed towards white readers on working as allies in solidarity with those seeking to dismantle unjust systems; on seeking our own liberation from the oppressive aspects of whiteness; and on working toward more abundant lives for all. Scholars, activists and religious leaders of color will find a collaborative path to which they can invite colleagues and students, a path leading to concrete, productive change.

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Constructing Solidarity for a Liberative Ethic offers a critical path for all readers toward the transformation of white worldviews, theologies, ethics, and praxis. Specific guidance is directed towards white readers on working as allies in solidarity with those seeking to dismantle unjust systems; on seeking our own liberation from the oppressive aspects of whiteness; and on working toward more abundant lives for all. Scholars, activists and religious leaders of color will find a collaborative path to which they can invite colleagues and students, a path leading to concrete, productive change.

About the Author

Tammerie Day is a pastor and church planter who has taught at Austin College, Southern Methodist University, Meredith College, and Elon University. She also consults with organizations seeking to address racial justice and writes for online and print journals.

Table of Contents

Listening to Latina/o ExperiencesListening to White ExperiencesA Solidary GodA Liberative EpistemologyConscientizationConversionChange

Product Details

ISBN:
9781137269072
Author:
Day, Tammerie
Publisher:
Palgrave MacMillan
Subject:
Ethics
Subject:
Christian Theology - Ethics
Subject:
General
Subject:
Philosophy | Ethics
Publication Date:
20121131
Binding:
HARDCOVER
Language:
English
Illustrations:
1 b/w tables
Pages:
226
Dimensions:
8.5 x 5.5 in

Related Subjects

Humanities » Philosophy » Ethics
Religion » Christianity » Liberation
Religion » Christianity » Theology and Ethics
Religion » Comparative Religion » General

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Constructing Solidarity for a Liberative Ethic offers a critical path for all readers toward the transformation of white worldviews, theologies, ethics, and praxis. Specific guidance is directed towards white readers on working as allies in solidarity with those seeking to dismantle unjust systems; on seeking our own liberation from the oppressive aspects of whiteness; and on working toward more abundant lives for all. Scholars, activists and religious leaders of color will find a collaborative path to which they can invite colleagues and students, a path leading to concrete, productive change.

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