By Richard L. Wood,Brad R. Fulton
In A Shared Future, Richard L. wooden and Brad R. Fulton draw on a brand new nationwide learn of group organizing coalitions and in-depth interviews of key leaders during this box to teach how faith-based organizing is creatively navigating the competing aspirations of America’s universalist and multiculturalist democratic beliefs, while it confronts 3 demons bedeviling American politics: monetary inequality, federal coverage paralysis, and racial inequity. With a huge view of the full box and a unique empirical specialize in the PICO nationwide community, wooden and Fulton’s research illuminates the tensions, struggles, and deep rewards that include pursuing racial fairness inside of a social swap association and in society. finally, A Shared Future deals a imaginative and prescient for the way we would construct a destiny that embodies the moral democracy of the simplest American dreams.
An interview of the authors with regards to religion leaders organizing for justice (Peace Talks Radio, copyright sturdy Radio indicates, Inc.) should be heard at this hyperlink: https://beta.prx.org/stories/190030
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