The Little Book of Racial Healing

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  • 128 pages
  • The Little Book of Racial Healing
  • Thomas Norman Dewolfe
  • 07 October 2018

About the Author: Thomas Norman Dewolfe

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The Little Book of Racial Healing People Of Color, Relative To White People, Fall On The Negative Side Of Virtually All Measurable Social Indicators The Living Wound Is Seen In The Significant Disparities In Average Household Wealth, Unemployment And Poverty Rates, Infant Mortality Rates, Access To Healthcare And Life Expectancy, Education, Housing, And Treatment Within, And By, The Criminal Justice System Coming To The Table CTTT Was Born In When Two Dozen Descendants From Both Sides Of The System Of Enslavement Gathered Together At Eastern Mennonite University EMU , In Collaboration With The Center For Justice Peacebuilding CJP Stories Were Shared And Friendships Began The Participants Began To Envision A Connected And Truthful World That Would Address The Unresolved And Persistent Effects Of The Historic Institution Of Slavery This Little Book Shares Coming To The Table S Vision For The United States A Vision Of A Just And Truthful Society That Acknowledges And Seeks To Heal From The Racial Wounds Of The Past Readers Will Learn Practical Skills For Better Listening Discover Tips For Building Authentic, Accountable Relationships And Will Find Specific And Varied Ideas For Taking Action

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