Black Religion/Womanist Thought/Social Justice

Hopkins, D. N. (Ed), Thomas, L. E. (Ed)

The Black Religion/Womanist Thought/Social Justice Series produces works engaging any dimension of black religion or womanist thought as they pertain to social justice. Womanist thought is a new approach in the study of African American women's perspectives. The series includes a variety of African American religious expressions; traditions such as Protestant and Catholic Christianity, Islam, Judaism, Humanism, African diasporic practices, religion and gender, religion and black gays/lesbians, ecological justice issues, African American religiosity and its relation to African religions, new black religious movements or religious dimensions in African American "secular" experiences.

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