Racial Justice in the United States

Muslims and Christians Debate Justice and Love - David L. Johnston

David L. Johnston [+-]
Fuller Theological Seminary and University of Pennsylvania
David L. Johnston is an affiliate assistant professor of Islamic Studies at Fuller Theological Seminary and a Visiting Scholar at the Near Eastern Languages and Civilization Department of the University of Pennsylvania. He is the author of Earth, Empire and Sacred Text: Muslims and Christians as Trustees of Creation (Equinox, 2010) and translator of Rachid Ghannouchi’s al-Hurriyat al-‘amma fi-l-dawla al-islamiyya (The Public Freedoms in the Islamic State) in the series World Thought in Translation (Yale University Press, forthcoming).

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This is the only chapter entirely devoted to one case-study: racial justice in the United States. From slavery narratives to the preaching of Malcolm X and Martin Luther King Jr., this chapter offers some telling examples of persistent white privilege such as the recent Black Lives Matter movement, but also some inspiring visions of reconciliation.

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Johnston, David. Racial Justice in the United States. Muslims and Christians Debate Justice and Love. Equinox eBooks Publishing, United Kingdom. Mar 2020. ISBN 9781781799352. https://www.equinoxpub.com/home/view-chapter/?id=39156. Date accessed: 18 Oct 2019 doi: 10.1558/equinox.39156. Mar 2020

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