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Racing to justice: transforming our conceptions of self and other to build an inclusive society
(eBook)

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[United States] : Indiana University Press, 2012.
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9780253007353, 0253007356
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1 online resource
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Renowned social justice advocate John A. Powell persuasively argues that we have not achieved a post-racial society and that there is much work to do to redeem the American promise of inclusive democracy. Culled from a decade of writing about social justice and spirituality, these meditations on race, identity, and social policy provide an outline for laying claim to our shared humanity and a way toward healing ourselves and securing our future. Racing to Justice challenges us to replace attitudes and institutions that promote and perpetuate social suffering with those that foster relationships and a way of being that transcends disconnection and separation.

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Renowned social justice advocate John A. Powell persuasively argues that we have not achieved a post-racial society and that there is much work to do to redeem the American promise of inclusive democracy. Culled from a decade of writing about social justice and spirituality, these meditations on race, identity, and social policy provide an outline for laying claim to our shared humanity and a way toward healing ourselves and securing our future. Racing to Justice challenges us to replace attitudes and institutions that promote and perpetuate social suffering with those that foster relationships and a way of being that transcends disconnection and separation.
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APA Citation (style guide)

Powell, J. A. (2012). Racing to justice: transforming our conceptions of self and other to build an inclusive society. [United States], Indiana University Press.

Chicago / Turabian - Author Date Citation (style guide)

Powell, John A. 2012. Racing to Justice: Transforming Our Conceptions of Self and Other to Build an Inclusive Society. [United States], Indiana University Press.

Chicago / Turabian - Humanities Citation (style guide)

Powell, John A, Racing to Justice: Transforming Our Conceptions of Self and Other to Build an Inclusive Society. [United States], Indiana University Press, 2012.

MLA Citation (style guide)

Powell, John A. Racing to Justice: Transforming Our Conceptions of Self and Other to Build an Inclusive Society. [United States], Indiana University Press, 2012.

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