No Justice, No Peace - Religion And Protest

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20200610Chine McDonald chairs a transatlantic conversation on Christianity and racism.
2020061020200613 (R4)Chine McDonald chairs a transatlantic conversation on Christianity and racism.
20200610Throughout history, Christianity has had a complicated relationship with both black oppression and black liberation. The Bible was on one hand used to justify slavery but elsewhere became the script of the civil rights movement.

The past fortnight has seen seismic levels of unrest on both sides of the Atlantic, with thousands taking to the streets to declare that Black Lives Matter. But on which side do US and UK churches sit in this moment in history? What role do they have now in the fight for racial justice?

Chine McDonald, a Black British Christian writer, chairs a transatlantic conversation on Christianity and racism.

Producer: Dan Tierney

Chine McDonald chairs a transatlantic conversation on Christianity and racism.

2020061020200613 (R4)Throughout history, Christianity has had a complicated relationship with both black oppression and black liberation. The Bible was on one hand used to justify slavery but elsewhere became the script of the civil rights movement.

The past fortnight has seen seismic levels of unrest on both sides of the Atlantic, with thousands taking to the streets to declare that Black Lives Matter. But on which side do US and UK churches sit in this moment in history? What role do they have now in the fight for racial justice?

Chine McDonald, a Black British Christian writer, chairs a transatlantic conversation on Christianity and racism.

Producer: Dan Tierney

Chine McDonald chairs a transatlantic conversation on Christianity and racism.