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on the Doctrine of Discovery, empire and Christianity, reparations
Recorded June 22, 2020
At the time, Mark Charles was Speaker, writer, consultant
What are some ways that Christians can help promote racial justice?
Do you believe that any of the churches in the U.S., including churches led by people of color, are free from the influence of "empire?"
Are you hopeful that younger generations will be able to address these issues effectively?
What are some ways that injustice related to land titles could be addressed in a systemic way?
In the past when we talked, you expressed that reparations can be pursued in productive and unproductive ways. Can you explain?
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