An Assessment of Afro-Centrism, Color-Blind Ideology, and Intersectionality

@inproceedings{Zerai2011AnAO,
  title={An Assessment of Afro-Centrism, Color-Blind Ideology, and Intersectionality},
  author={Assata Zerai},
  year={2011}
}
Some have argued that multiracial/multicultural congregations are the fastest growing types of large Christian churches in the United States today (Yancey 2003). In this multi-sited unobtrusive ethnography, I compare three churches to explore diverse meanings of church unity in the context American color-blind society (Bonilla-Silva, 2007). Site 1, an African American Protestant evangelical congregation is distinguished by its coherence around black liberation theology. Site 2, a largely white… CONTINUE READING