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To walk the path of the Journey Toward
Wholeness is to heal the brokenness in our nation, in our faith community, and
in our individual hearts.
The work of anti-racism and anti-oppression
is essentially spiritual work. The term Journey Toward Wholeness expresses the
spiritual nature of the work and a recognition that there is a brokenness caused
by racism. As we move towards
healing and transformation we acknowledge the causes of this
The path begins internally. We take a fresh
look at ourselves and learn to identify our personal and institutional
relationships to oppressive systems. We learn skills to help dismantle racism in
our institutions. At the same time that we work to get our own house in order we
move into authentic multiracial, multicultural, and interfaith coalitions for
effective spiritually-driven-action for justice. As we take steps along this path to begin to understand racism and oppression—individual, cultural, and institutional—we do the work of the analysis of racism.
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Last updated on Tuesday, July 26, 2011.
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