Dialogues On | The Refugee Crisis | 1900 | Start a conversation with your community.
Otherness, race, and the American challenge
Speakers:Halima Z. Adams
Topics:RefugeeImmigrationSocial IssuesSocial JusticeDialogueBibleRaceRacism
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The history of the church's response to refugees
The global migration crisis
International policy and the ongoing refugee crisis
The critical role of resetttlement agencies
Creating cohesive communities
Seeking a Christ-like response to the refugee crisis
The Church and the pervasive problem of Patriarchy
How women can overcome shame and reclaim ourselves
The search for holy intimacy
Language, identity, and the power of words
Moving beyond bathroom bills and into the lives of real people
Creating an authentically affirming community
Seeking a new way forward
History and the social construct of race
The Bible and Race in America
Warning: Contains explicit and disturbing language.
Anti-blackness, oppression, and the dehumanization of black bodies.
Christianity and the erasing of the Native American stories
Race, gender, and the intersecting nature of oppression
American religion in black and white
The problem with racial reconciliation