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Wetoo In The White House

Author : Nigel Cawthorne
ISBN : 1783341475
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We Too

Author : Mary E. DeMuth
ISBN : 9780736979184
Genre : Religion
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"Timely and necessary...This book is not only a warning. It is an opportunity. An opportunity to live out the gospel we so passionately proclaim. And it starts with listening."—J.D. Greear, President of the Southern Baptist Convention Time’s Up: Addressing the Unspoken Crisis in the Church We like to think the church is a haven for the hurting. But what happens when it’s not? Author and advocate Mary DeMuth urges the church she loves to rise up and face the evil of sexual abuse and harassment with candor and empathy. Based on research and survivors’ stories, along with fierce fidelity to Scripture, DeMuth unpacks the church’s response to sexual violence and provides a healthy framework for the church to become a haven of healing instead of an institution of judgment. In the throes of the #MeToo movement, our response as Christians is vital. God beckons us to be good Samaritans to those facing trauma and brokenness in the aftermath of abuse and provide safe spaces to heal. DeMuth advocates for a culture of honesty and listening and calls on the church to enter the places where people are hurting. In the circle of that kind of empathetic #WeToo community, the church must become what it’s meant to be—a place of justice and healing for everyone.

We Too Sing America

Author : Deepa Iyer
ISBN : 9781620973264
Genre : Social Science
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"Powerful...Iyer catalogues the toll that various forms of discrimination have taken and highlights the inspiring ways activists are fighting back. [She] is an ideal chronicler of this experience." —The Washington Post The nationally renowned racial justice advocate's illumination of the ongoing persecution of a range of American minorities In the lead-up to the recent presidential election, Donald Trump called for a complete ban on Muslims entering the United States, surveillance against mosques, and a database for all Muslims living in the country, tapping into anti-immigrant, anti-Muslim hysteria to a degree little seen since the targeting of South Asian, Arab, Muslim, and Sikh people in the wake of 9/11. In the American Book Award–winning We Too Sing America, nationally renowned activist Deepa Iyer shows that this is the latest in a series of recent racial flash points, from the 2012 massacre at the Sikh gurdwara in Oak Creek, Wisconsin, to the violent opposition to the Islamic Center in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, and to the Park 51 Community Center in Lower Manhattan. Iyer asks whether hate crimes should be considered domestic terrorism and explores the role of the state in perpetuating racism through detentions, national registration programs, police profiling, and constant surveillance. Reframing the discussion of race in America, she “reaches into the complexities of the many cultures that make up South Asia” (Publishers Weekly) and provides ideas from the front lines of post-9/11 America.

Wetoo And The Us Presidents

Author : Nigel Cawthorne
ISBN : 1783341483
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We Too Stand

Author : Michael Stevens
ISBN : 9781621362319
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We Too Stand seeks to enlighten and educate African American churches and communities across the country about the importance of supporting Israel.

We Too Are Americans

Author : Megan Taylor Shockley
ISBN : 0252028635
Genre : History
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During World War II, factories across America retooled for wartime production, and unprecedented labor opportunities opened up for women and minorities. In "We, Too, Are Americans," Megan Taylor Shockley examines the experiences of the African American women who worked in two capitals of industry - Detroit, Michigan, and Richmond, Virginia - during the war and the decade that followed it, making a compelling case for viewing World War II as the crucible of the civil rights movement. As demands on them intensified, the women working to provide American troops with clothing, medical supplies, and support services became increasingly aware of their key role in the war effort. Middle-class African Americans worked to desegregate voluntary associations (such as the Red Cross and the USO) and institute a policy of respectability that would undercut pernicious racial stereotypes. Working-class black women began to use their indispensability in industry to leverage demands for equal employment, welfare and citizenship benefits, fair treatment on factory floors, good working conditions, and other considerations previously denied them. Shockley shows that in the decade and a half preceding Brown v. Topeka Board of Education, as these women strove to redefine citizenship, backing their claims to equality with lawsuits, sit-ins, and other forms of activism, they were forging tools that civil rights activists would continue to use in the years to come.

We Too A Novel

Author : Edna Lyall
ISBN : CORNELL:31924060447137
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We Too Are The People

Author : Louise Van Voorhis Armstrong
ISBN : UOM:39015071585957
Genre : Michigan
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We Too Built Columbus

Author : Ruth Young White
ISBN : OSU:32435012835419
Genre : Columbus (Ohio)
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The Messiah Conquers The White House

Author : Aying Godman
ISBN : 9781491701461
Genre : Religion
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On November 4, 2008, Barack Hussein Obama, a senator from the state of Illinois, was elected to the White House as the forty-fourth president of the United States. This momentous event overwhelmed America and took the whole world by surprise. Although he had led his opponent, Senator John McCain, throughout the period preceding the election in the opinion polls, no one really believed that the timing was right for an African American president of the United States. In The Messiah Conquers the White House, author Aying Godman combines scripture, biography, politics, and numerology to explain the historic victory of Barack Obama and to reveal his messianic mission to the White House. An eminent biblical scholar, mystic, and numerologist, Godman predicted the reelection of President Barack Obama in 2012—and it happened, in spite of a steep political opposition and an unfavorable economic backdrop. This study also examines the impact and significance of Obama’s victories and concludes with a projection of what the world will be like after he leaves office. The Messiah Conquers the White House uncovers the sacred weapons that Barack Obama uses as he fights, conquers, and exercises power in the White House. This evidence demonstrates the power of numbers and the Holy Scriptures in the ongoing victories of Barack Obama.

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