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on relationships before ideas, immigration reform, biblical justice and unity
Recorded June 26, 2020
At the time, Alexia Salvatierra was Assistant Professor of Mission and Global Transformation, Fuller Theological Seminary
Can you share about the work you are currently doing?
Can you share about the book you wrote?
What are some ways that Christians can promote racial justice in our society?
If someone is interested in getting involved with efforts like what you are describing, can you recommend a place for them to go to get started?
You have been involved with justice activism for several decades. How would you describe the political climate that we are in right now during the summer of 2020 in comparison to previous years?
Many Christians express a desire to help immigrants while at the same time supporting political candidates and policies that harm immigrants. How can we address that?
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