Building an Inclusive, Caring Community: Unveiling Perception and the Christian Identity

Title

Building an Inclusive, Caring Community: Unveiling Perception and the Christian Identity

Description

Handout from Forum 1 on Anti-racism, Presbyterian Women of the Synod Summer Conference, Chapman University July 2016. Contents include: brief definitions of racism and anti-racism, including distinctions between the new and the old forms of both; major anti-racism actions taken at GA 222; PC (USA) resources for congregations and individuals, and an introduction to the Anti-racism Digital Library and Thesaurus.

Goal: To gain a deeper understanding of the modern racial (theological) imagination, social construction and racialization (processes of attributing reality, race/racial characteristics), prototypical categorization, the history of anti-racism, and how people construct identity.

Creator

Anita Coleman

Rights

These publications are copyrighted under a Creative Commons-Attribution Non Commercial 4.0 International License. You may download, display and print for your own personal use as long as you attribute the author and the Anti-racism Digital Library / Thesaurus. Commercial use is prohibited.

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Citation

Anita Coleman, “Building an Inclusive, Caring Community: Unveiling Perception and the Christian Identity,” Anti-Racism Digital Library, accessed December 14, 2018, https://sacred.omeka.net/items/show/65.