Antiracist Theological Education as a Site of Struggle for Justice

  title={Antiracist Theological Education as a Site of Struggle for Justice},
  author={Jennifer Reed-Bouley},
  journal={Journal of Feminist Studies in Religion},
  pages={178 - 189}
In my practice of teaching courses in Catholic social thought, constructing counterpublic spaces includes deliberate and careful attention to the interwoven realities of race, class, and gender inequalities. These three forms of stratification and oppression in our current social (dis)order demand examination, analysis, and challenge in order to foster a liberating milieu that allows freedom and new possibilities for thought and action among students, the academy, and society. While… Expand
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