The following is a partial list of books, articles, and videos by SPU community members around issues of racial reconciliation, justice, and diversity.
Research and Presentations |
Books | Research and Presentations |
- “In Their Own Words,” Hannah Notess, Response managing editor. Response magazine, Summer 2014.
- “In Context: Weekly Discussions Examine How Race Shapes Experience,” Holly Harris Wood, former etc editor. etc magazine, Autumn 2014
- “Ferguson and Beyond: SPU Community Members Write and Preach: ‘God Forbid That the Church Be Silent,’” Hannah Notess, Response managing editor. Response web feature, August 2014.
- “Adoption, Unscripted,” Jeffrey Overstreet. Response magazine, Summer 2014.
- “Agents of Reconciliation,” Tali Hairston, director of the John Perkins Center. Mutuality magazine, Spring 2014 (online subscription required).
- “Looking Forward: SPU’s First Martinez Fellows Are Helping to Change the Face of Teaching,” Clint Kelly, Response senior writer. Response magazine, Spring 2014
- “Dominique Garcia ’13,” Holly Harris Wood, former etc editor. etc magazine, Spring 2014.
- “Understanding Cities in Order to Shape Ministry: A Conversation With David Leong,” Jeffrey Overstreet, Response contributing editor. Response magazine, Spring 2011.
- “The Game Changer: Bridging His Past and Present, Max Hunter Seeks to Redefine ‘Urban,’” Hannah Notess, Response managing editor. Response magazine, Spring 2011.
- “Urban Ministry in Practice: Support for Families in Jackson, Mississippi: A Conversation with Elizabeth Perkins,” Jeffrey Overstreet, Response contributing editor. Response magazine, Spring 2011.
- “A Credible Witness: National Leader to Direct SPU Reconciliation Studies Program,” Hope McPherson, Response contributing web editor. Response magazine, Autumn 2011.
Research and Presentations
SPU students, faculty, and staff engage in social justice in the classroom and off campus.
Graduates of the Ames Scholarship program talk about their experience and the difference it has made in their post-academic pursuits. The scholarship supports traditionally underrepresented students of color who demonstrate significant leadership, service, and/or church involvement.
“What does it mean to be Asian American?” SPU Asian Pacific American (APA) undergraduate students, Seminary students, faculty, and staff developed this video for SPU’s APA Heritage Month Chapel service on May 5, 2015.