Jennifer Harvey



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Raising White Kids: Bringin...

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Dear White Christians: For ...

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Whiteness and Morality: Pur...

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Making the Diagnosis: A Pra...

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“Race is real. Race is powerful. But race is also a social construct. This understanding of race begins to shed light on the conundrums of whiteness. In the United States constructions of race have never been morally neutral. Racial construction processes have always meant and continue to mean today that persons with phenotypes marking them as “white” receive better treatment, greater social access, and more institutional benefits than those with phenotypes that mark them “of color.”
Jennifer Harvey, Dear White Christians: For Those Still Longing for Racial Reconciliation (Prophetic Christianity Series

“We violate God’s intention for the human family by creating false categories of value and identity, based on identifiable characteristics such as culture, place of origin, and skin color.”10 Seeing such identifiable differences as a source for celebration, rather than as a cause for differently valuing one another, is essential for putting us on the path away from division and toward racial reconciliation”
Jennifer Harvey, Dear White Christians: For Those Still Longing for Racial Reconciliation (Prophetic Christianity Series



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