Anti-blackness and Christian Ethics (Infographics)

Title

Anti-blackness and Christian Ethics (Infographics)

Description

This is an image that was created for and posted on the E.M. White Library Facebook page (July 18, 2020). It is a book recommendation.

Here's the text that accompanied the post.

In recent years black love has emerged as the moral heart of racial justice movements. “The project that we are building,” writes Black Lives Matter co-founder Alicia Garza, “is a love note to our folks.” She defines “black love” as “building community and solidarity,” overcoming the legacy of slavery and racial injustice to cultivate affection across intra-racial differences, including class, gender, sexuality, region, and age.

In Lloyd, Vincent W., and Andrew L. Prevot. Anti-Blackness and Christian Ethics. ORBIS, 2017. #antiracism #blm #blmmovement

This is a good book to read to understand the amount of anti-blackness and white supremacy, white culture and white norms under which all of us are racialized in American society. An LPTS Library book recommendation. Yes, we have the ebook!

Subject

Religion and Justice

Creator

Anita Coleman

Date

18 July 2020

Relation

Library link to Anti-Blackness and Christian Ethics.
https://lpts.on.worldcat.org/oclc/1001968575

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Image

Social Bookmarking

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Citation

Anita Coleman, “Anti-blackness and Christian Ethics (Infographics),” Anti-Racism Digital Library, accessed October 30, 2020, https://sacred.omeka.net/items/show/367.