In many ways, attitudes toward race have changed substantially over the last 40 years. Still, while overt racism is less acceptable, more subtle and unspoken forms of racism still persist. How do we move beneath the surface in matters of race so that God's peace might be reflected in how we treat one another? J.C. Thomas will gegin our time together with unforgettable monologues on white apathy and black rage. A panel will respond to the presentations and bring others into the conversation. Finally, a group of ACU faculty and staff will talk about their journey over the past two years to understand one another better.
Allen, Bethany; Fleer, David; Greene, Mary; and Moore, Steven, "Beyond Apathy and Rage - Next Steps in Overcoming Race, Part 1" (2006). Lectureship and Summit Audio Collection. 1301.
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