Race and Justice (Feb 2022)

For February, our focus is “Race and Justice,” as we ask hard questions about why it is that Christian faith has been so often complicit in so many different forms of racial injustice – from imperial conquest to slavery to segregation, the list goes on and on. Rather than being at the forefront of resisting racial harm, white Christian leaders have time and again offered rationalizations, prevarications, and other diversionary tactics. Throughout our study, we’ll ask: What can we do? Consider joining us for:

  • Webinar with Kelly Brown Douglas, as we read and discuss her latest book – Resurrection Hope: A Future Where Black Lives Matter. This live event will take place 9:30 am – 11:00 am Pacific Time on Saturday, February 12 (recording available afterward on the network platform)
  • Mini Lecture: An Introduction to Willie Jennings’ The Christian Imagination: Theology and the Origins of Race (by Peter Choi
  • Mini Lecture: Race and Justice (by Liz Lin
  • Spiritual practices, led by Kinship Commons, a women-of-color-owned collective of artists who curate worship and liturgies centering BIPOC voices
  • Online Discussions: Join the conversation with people from all over the world
  • Fireside Chat with Lisa Sharon Harper: To wrap up our month, we will hear Lisa Sharon Harper talk about her new book, Fortune: How Race Broke My Family and the World––and How to Repair It All. This live event will take place 6:00 – 7:15 pm Pacific Time on Thursday, February 24 (recording available afterward on the network platform)
  • And more!

Sign up for the Faith and Justice Network to participate. Join us for a month, a season, or a year or more.

Seek Faith, Learn Justice, Together in Community.

Peter Choi

Peter is Executive Director of the Center for Faith and Justice and also serves on the Core Doctoral Faculty of the Graduate Theological Union. The author of George Whitefield: Evangelist for God and Empire (Eerdmans, 2018), his next book project is provisionally titled Subverting Faith: Early Evangelicals and the Making of Race (under contract with Oxford University Press).
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