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United Against Racism

United Against Racism

by National Council of Churches of Christ
United Against Racism

United Against Racism

by National Council of Churches of Christ



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The time is NOW, as signaled by the United Nations' decade-long commitment to people of African descent. In proclaiming this decade, the international community is recognizing that people of African descent represent a distinct group whose human rights must be promoted and protected. Authentic Christianity requires the loving inclusion of all God's creation. An inclusive, beloved community is a community free from racism. United Against Racism is a call to an authentic Christianity, a religion that strives to become God's inclusive, beloved community. It summons Christians to pray, think, and act to end racism. This resource aims to support churches, communions, and those who endeavor to share the journey of the Christian faith in the pursuit of an unfinished agenda to embody a more excellent way of racial equity.

Book Units:
- Mourning the Trauma
- Broken Trust: Racism, White Privilege, and Misunderstanding
- When Your Justice Doesn't Look or Feel Like My Justice
- Testimonies of Faith – Dr. Rex M. Ellis, National Museum on African American History and Culture
- The Bible: It's Use and Misuse
- The Search for Justice
- The Price of Justice and Its Cost to Us
- Forgiveness: Whose Burden Is It?
- What Is the Church to Do?
- Justice and Spiritual Practices
- What Will You Do?
- Learning Practices For People Of Faith

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BN ID: 2940159144614
Publisher: Friendship Press
Publication date: 03/26/2018
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
File size: 3 MB

About the Author

Since 1950, the National Council of Churches of Christ in the USA (NCC) has served as a leading voice of witness to the living Christ. NCC unifies a diverse covenant community of thirty-eight member communions and over forty million individuals—100,000 congregations from Protestant, Anglican, Orthodox, Evangelical, historic African American, and Living Peace traditions—in a common commitment to advocate and represent God's love and promise of unity in our public square. NCC partners with secular and interfaith partners to advance a shared agenda of peace, progress, and positive change.

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