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Faith After Ferguson

Building Resilience and Cultivating Wisdom
  • By Leah Gunning Francis
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Learn from the courageous and resilient leaders on the front lines for justice and discover new ways of leading in the movement for racial justice.

Leah Gunning Francis (Ferguson and Faith, 2015) revisits the clergy and activists at the front lines of the Ferguson, MO, Black Lives Matter protests, to hear what they've learned in the struggle for justice and healing five years later. Weaving personal accounts of these activists and clergy with her own journey of activism over the past five years, Francis offers new insights on faith-filled living in response to social injustice, and shares lessons for organizing and mobilizing people to effect real change. The wisdom that emerges out of the stories in each chapter challenge us to awaken all of our senses and equip us to join God's transformative work of racial justice.

Francis also reflects on the traumatic impact of the four years under the Trump administration and the more recent events of racism and white supremacy showcased in the murder of George Floyd, the presidential election, and the Capitol riots in January 2021.

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    Product Specs
    • SKU: 9780827211445
    • Manufacturer: Chalice Pr
    • ISBN 13: 9780827211445
    • Publication Date: 08/17/2021
    • Format: Paperback
    • Author: Leah Gunning Francis

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