Our elder sister blog, Public Orthodoxy, has sent the following four selections from its archive to its mailing list in honour of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. It gives us pleasure to share them with Orthodoxy in Dialogue’s readers as well, along with a brief selection from our own archive.
Racism: An Orthodox Perspective
African American Orthodox Christians: Faith, Culture, and Emerging Values
Lydia Kemi Ingram
Orthodoxy and Race in Light of Trump’s Inauguration
Martin Luther King, Jr. and the Legacy of the Civil Rights Movement
Albert J. Raboteau
Black Lives Matter (with Text and Video for “I Have a Dream”)
White Supremacy in the Orthodox Church: Where Do We Go from Here?
The Alliance between White Nationalism and Christianity in America: How We Got Here
Damon T. Barry
“White Privilege” Explained by a White Man for White People
The Real Origins of the Religious Right
White Supremacy in the Church: A Problem of Liturgical Theology
White-Rage and the Migrant Caravan: When Religion Justifies Racial Self-Interest
A Tale of Two Marias: The Geography of Tear-Gassing
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