General Assembly 2012 Event 421
Speakers: Beth Brownfield, Rev. Colin Bossen, Rev. Clyde Grubbs, Bruce Knotts
In this program, participants learned about the historical impact of the Doctrine of Discovery on the world, the connections of the Doctrine to immigration issues, and the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples as an antidote to the effects of the Doctrine, as well as gaining take-home resources to help introduce this topic to their congregations.
Download this flyer (PDF); it can be can be copied front-to-back and folded into thirds.
How can we respond to what we have learned about the Doctrine of Christian Discovery?
Show up at events open to the public Support by ‘partnering with’, not ‘helping’.
Comparative to all other ethnicities and races (Source: U.S. 2000 Census and Dept of Justice)
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Last updated on Thursday, September 26, 2013.
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