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Soul Work

Anti-racist Theologies in Dialogue

Marjorie Bowens-Wheatley and Nancy Palmer Jones, Editors

In January 2001, the UUA convened a three-day consultation on theology and racism. Approximately 30 scholars, ministers, theologians, seminarians, teachers and activists participated. The resulting 9 papers—and dialogue that followed—address the complex and pressing issues of racism. The thoughts and feelings captured here encourage reconsideration of our long-held beliefs. A resource presenting many points of view, Soul Work can be used for individual reflection and study, for book discussion groups or adult education classes, for church leadership discussions or minister's retreats, for Sunday programs, and to create or supplement anti-racism workshops. Each paper is followed by a transcript of the resulting responses, a summary of the major points and questions for personal or group reflection.

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Last updated on Wednesday, June 2, 2010.

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