Issue 16.5: Special Issue – Haiti

How faith has resisted racial injustice and violence, or has been co-opted and perpetuated such violence, is particularly important for today’s church. Across denominations and spiritual movements there are hopeful signs of a fuller witness to unity, but there also remain racist chasms between brothers and sisters in the faith. This issue of The Other Journal will explore the topic of race theologically out of the conviction that matters of race are the most important matters of our time.