InterVarsity Press is giving away one free e-book on racial justice (with the JUST20 code at check-out), while also promising to continue giving full royalties to the authors. This is a great opportunity for many of us to learn how our faith speaks into racial justice and against systemic forms of oppression.
Go check it out: https://www.ivpress.com/pages/resources-for-faithful-justice?source=hpm&fbclid=IwAR3_OTo_6CyNBcFAVu3q5bgNb2gEajL0CY8ah2FjWESot3jpu9vhdgFMKRs
For my fellow readers who are not huge fans of e-books: no, there aren’t free physical copies. But, perhaps you could take this time to try it out. At worst, you’ll have a book you can reference (if not read cover to cover) and the author is still compensated at no cost to you.
Because you can only choose one, explore them! But, don’t procrastinate, this deal ends on Friday.
I’ll be selecting Dominique DuBois Gilliard’s Rethinking Incarceration. I’m a fan of Gilliard’s work as a pastor, speaker, and as Director of Racial Righteousness and Reconciliation for the Love Mercy Do Justice (LMDJ) initiative of the Evangelical Covenant Church (ECC).
But, I’m also intrigued by many others. If you’d like to discuss which to choose – reach out!