More Stories of Racial Awakening (Paperback)

In light of the ongoing racial justice issues in this state, nation and world, the Advocate Press has released a Part 2 of its popular racial narratives anthology. The book includes a foreword written by South Carolina United Methodist Resident Bishop L. Jonathan Holston, and it is edited with an introduction by AdvocateEditor Jessica Brodie. The book gathers narratives from South Carolina United Methodists about how their perspective on race have changed. Sometimes raw and vulnerable, sometimes uplifting and a testimony to Christian unity and sometimes deeply painful, the 24 stories in this collection help shine light into the darkness that is racism—and how we can all strive together for change. The book also contains discussion questions to help facilitate a talk or time of sharing about race with your church, small group or Bible study class. It is a follow-up book to the first collection, “Stories of Racial Awakening” (see below), which was published in 2017. (2021)

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