P 85 The Churches and 'Race': A Pastoral Approach (2001)


The issue of racism continues to dominate the headlines, and it is as much an issue for the churches as for society. Drawing on his long involvement in discussions about racism, the author engages with some of the key questions involved and sets out the scale of the challenge to the churches.

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Author: Revd David Haslam

David is a Methodist minister who has lived and worked in multicultural communities for forty years. He has been involved in the Churches Commission for Racial Justice and served on the Bishop of Southwark's inquiry into institutional racism in the Diocese of Southwark in 1999. He is Chair of the Christian Socialist Movement and the Dalit Solidarity Network. David is married to Sarah, a psychotherapist, and they have two children.

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