Religion And The Politics Of Integral Justice


This volume continues the commitment of the World Forum on Theology and Liberation to generate praxes toward another possible world that cherishes human and environmental dignity, gender equity, racial harmony and liberative peace and justice. The cries for justice that fill our hearts today and the world-wide protests that give expression to these cries makes this text especially pertinent. With chapters in English, Spanish, Portuguese and French, and with contributors from Brazil, Canada, Chile, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Kenya, Nigeria, Spain and the United States of America, the authors address themes related to political economy, race, gender, ecology, indigenous peoples, youth, inter-religious dialogue and human dignity. This volume adds to the voices that clearly and resolutely call to resist and create, resist and transform, for another world is indeed possible!