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All God's Children

How Confronting Buried History Can Build Racial Solidarity
  • By Terence Lester
  • Foreword by Daniel Hill
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The more you understand someone's history, the better you can see their humanity. This is true for individuals as well as for society at large. Race relations have suffered because of the erasure of important Black history and cultural context. As we fill in the gaps of our collective knowledge, communities can grow in understanding, empathy, and solidarity.

Terence Lester shares the buried history of the struggles Black people have faced against unjust systems. He tells powerful stories of courage, injustice, pain, and triumph, including ones from his own history. He also unpacks the sociological and cultural dynamics of unconscious bias and inattentional ignorance that keep us apart, and how they can be overcome. This honest account of what it's like to be Black in America paves the way for the church to move beyond showing support from a distance toward loving one another in long-term solidarity, advocacy, and friendship.

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    Product Specs
    • SKU: 9781514005958
    • Author: Daniel Hill
    • ISBN 13: 9781514005958
    • Publication Date: 06/20/2023
    • Format: Paperback
    • Author: Terence Lester

     
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