By: The JTM Team
Our churches and Christianity itself have played a significant role in establishing, perpetuating, and justifying settler colonialism. So, our churches also have a significant role to play in decolonizing not only our minds, bodies and spirits, but also our work for racial justice.
As with all justice-making, the people best equipped to lead us in this work are the people most impacted by the injustices that demand our attention and amends. So this collection of stories, resources, toolkits and webinars centers Indigenous scholars, theologians, communities and activists to guide us as we all take up our roles in this ongoing work.
This series seeks deepen our movement toward racial justice by exploring questions like:
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