As we prepare for our Fall issue on dismantling white supremacist theology, what notions of white supremacy need to be named, exposed, and dismantled in our own lives, families, histories, and communities?
The damage of white supremacist theology lives in our lands, our churches, our ancestral memories, and our bodies. So, our work now must entwine social analysis, story, bodies, reparations, spirit, and grace.
by Lydia Wylie-Kellermann | Published 15th April 2021
We dare to pray for the absurdity of resurrection. And maybe if these words are on our lips long enough and hard enough, suddenly our lives will indeed become living testimonies to the power and practice of resurrection.