How to Fight Racism by Jemar Tisby is a book to help you take the next step when you want concrete, actionable advice and recommendations on how to work against racism. It is a Christian’s guidebook on being an anti-racist similar to how Compassion and Conviction is a guidebook for Christians engaging with politics.
Author of The Color of Compromise and co-host of the Pass the Mic podcast. Follow him on Twitter @JemarTisby. | JemarTisby.com
A passionate plea to Black Christians to not negotiate with their dignity. If you want a perspective on the frustrations of Black Christians and the churches response to racism within and outside of the church then this is the podcast for you. This is also a great opportunity to listen and learn what the church can do to address systemic and individual racism.
Detailing the origins and the evolution of their political ideologies hosts Jemar Tisby and Tyler Burns discuss that as Christians we must be nuanced with our political involvement and, regardless of the party, we must prioritize the poor and the oppressed. Those that grew up in a predominately white church or private school will identify with Burns’ story.
Author Jemar Tisby traces the intertwining of race, the church and politics from the 1400’s into the 21st century in his 12-part study series with episodes ranging from 5 to 26 minutes. Tisby clearly shows how racism has been woven into the fabric of American life with the church’s explicit and implicit support.
After breaking down what privilege means author Jemar Tisby gives Christians ways to engage in their local communities while giving a Biblical framework for understanding privilege and how to use it for good.