A reading list on race and economic justice

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A reading list on race and economic justice

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Screenshot, text story, reading list

Creator

Everence

Date

July 30, 2020

Description

We must look deeper at what it means to live in community with one another. From the disproportionate impact COVID-19 has had on diverse and economically disadvantaged communities to attacks on people of color to protests denouncing injustice across our country, it is imperative that we consider how our neighbors, brothers, sisters and friends experience community – as well as if, how and why their experiences may differ from our own. To help all of us step up to this responsibility, Everence has developed a Faith, Race and Money reading list might help you and/or your group learn more about issues of race, faith, money and injustice – how they came to be, intersect, and continue to impact communities of color yet today.

Contributor

Madalyn Metzger

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Other

Date Submitted

August 27, 2020

Date Modified

September 22, 2020

Source

Publisher

Everence

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This item was submitted on August 27, 2020 by Madalyn Metzger using the form “Share Your Story” on the site “Anabaptist History Today”: http://aht.libraryhost.com/s/archive

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