Disrupting White Supremacy From Within | White People on What WE Need to Do (Harvey, Case & Gorsline)

Disrupting White Supremacy From Within | White People on What WE Need to Do (Harvey, Case & Gorsline)

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Confronting Racism

One of the spiritual gifts of Disrupting White Supremacy From Within is hope for a better future where all races can enjoy one another as human beings.

The contributors to Disrupting White Supremacy from Within -- an all-white group of theologians, ethicists, teachers, ministers, and activists -- propose that a fundamental part of the answer to racism lies in white peoples' unwillingness to confront the power of white supremacy in their own lives.

Through careful, thoughtful examination of the nature and workings of racism, the contributors have provided a resource that will help white people do their own work of confronting and understanding the impact of white supremacy in the malformation of their own souls, acknowledging its devastating effects on people of color, and taking their own steps toward its abolishment.

Contributors include: Elizabeth Bounds, Sally Noland MacNichol, Laurel C. Schenider, Mab Segrest, Becky Thompson, Aana Marie Vigen, and Sharon D. Welch.

About the Editors

Jennifer Harvey is an ordained American Baptist minister. She earned her Ph.D. from Union Theological Seminary in the City of New York.

Karin A. Case 
is an ordained United Church of Christ minister. She earned her Ph.D. from Union Theological Seminary in the City of New York.

Robin Hawley Gorsline i
s senior pastor of Metropolitan Community Church in Richmond, Virginia. He earned his Ph.D. from Union Theological Seminary in the City of New York.

Paperback: 308 pages 
ISBN 978-0-8298-1607-5
2008