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Spiritual care in an age of #BlackLivesMatter : examining the spiritual and prophetic needs of African Americans in a violent America / edited by Danielle J. Buhuro ; foreword by Chanequa Walker-Barnes ; introduction by Lee H. Butler Jr. [print]

Contributor(s): Buhuro, Danielle J [edt] | Walker-Barnes, Chanequa [edt] | Butler, Lee H, 1959- [edt]Material type: TextTextPublication details: Eugene, Oregon : Cascade Books, an imprint of Wipf and Stock Publishers, [(c)2019. Description: xxix, 224 pages ; 23 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781532648083; 1532648081; 9781532648090; 153264809XSubject(s): African Americans -- Pastoral counseling of | Black lives matter movement | Pastoral theology -- United States | Church work with African Americans | Clinical pastoral education (Movement) | United States | USALOC classification: BV4011.3.B848.S657 2019BV4011.B985.S657 2019COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission:
Contents:
From viral to voyeuristic : when police brutality videos turn into Black death tourism : self-care for Black trauma / Danielle J. Buhuro -- If they're Black, call 911 : addressing White persons' biased illogical paranoia / Danielle J. Buhuro and Jamie D. Hawley -- Brown lives have never mattered : the demonization of immigrants, refugees and asylum seekers is not new / Mariela Gonzalez -- When the movement gives back / Julian DeShazier and Damon A. Williams -- Domestic violence and pastoral care in the age of #BlackLivesMatter / Sharon Ellis Davis -- See her : creating a culture of safety in the Black church for young women and girls living in a prison nation / Liz S. Alexander -- Creating circles of peace : mindfulness as a pastoral response to health, education, and violence in the Black community / Marsha Thomas -- Rethinking interpretive tools for a liberating spiritual care / Afri A. Atiba -- Breaking bread and breaking the silence in Black churches : let's talk about mental health / Rochelle Johnson -- My mind's made up : barriers to accessing mental health services for the African American community / Charlene Hill -- Give us what Magic Johnson got! Spiritual care for Black lives living with HIV and AIDS in the era of #BlackLivesMatter / Michael Crumpler -- When life doesn't seem worth living : congregations engaged in suicide intervention and prevention during the era of the #BlackLivesMatter movement / Delois Brown-Daniels ; #BlackHealthMatters : addressing food oppression in the Black community / Danielle J. Buhuro -- Finding a mate the same hue as you : a systematic review of mate selection barriers among African Americas, spiritual resources, and therapeutic interventions / Heather C. Lofton -- The talk : Black fathers, Black sons : letters to survive / Jamie D. Hawley and Derrick Floyd -- Changing the subject : creating caring communities for women impacted by abortion / Karen Walker-McClure -- Why CPE? / Ardella Gibson -- And the truth shall set you free : the critical need for CPE among African American clergy in the age of #BlackLivesMatter / Amber Coates, Mariela Gonzalez, Michael Smith, Terrance Thomas -- A manifesto : Black spiritual care in American hospitals / Karen Hutt -- Pastoral and spiritual care to African Americans in the United States Armed Forces / Joseph Yao-Kotay.
Summary: "Wednesday, November 9, 2016 is the day that changed America. A Republican business mogul and reality television host who once proclaimed that if women didn't accept the intimate advancements of men, then men were could simply grab these women by a particularly sensitive extremity below their stomachs, snatched the electoral collegiate vote and since then has worked tirelessly on reversing President Barack Obama's progressive policies and pushing immigration legislation backwards." "This vital resource guide incorporates the basic understandings of spiritual care with the current social, emotional, existential and spiritual needs of African Americans simply surviving in Trump's violent America. It's one-of-a-kind, offering specific spiritual care strategies and interventions for African Americans dealing with particular physical, social and emotional health challenges in the midst of rising statistics of racism, sexism, classism, and homophobia leading to violence in the United States." "Intended for anyone in academia or the helping professions, this comprehensive work benefits those seeking to provide spiritual care to African American hospital patients, counseling clients, church congregants and parishioners, military veterans, or returning service members. The contributors to this anthology are experts in their respective fields who offer a new, refreshing, and energizing perspective on important issues impacting African Americans"--Back cover.
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From viral to voyeuristic : when police brutality videos turn into Black death tourism : self-care for Black trauma / Danielle J. Buhuro -- If they're Black, call 911 : addressing White persons' biased illogical paranoia / Danielle J. Buhuro and Jamie D. Hawley -- Brown lives have never mattered : the demonization of immigrants, refugees and asylum seekers is not new / Mariela Gonzalez -- When the movement gives back / Julian DeShazier and Damon A. Williams -- Domestic violence and pastoral care in the age of #BlackLivesMatter / Sharon Ellis Davis -- See her : creating a culture of safety in the Black church for young women and girls living in a prison nation / Liz S. Alexander -- Creating circles of peace : mindfulness as a pastoral response to health, education, and violence in the Black community / Marsha Thomas -- Rethinking interpretive tools for a liberating spiritual care / Afri A. Atiba -- Breaking bread and breaking the silence in Black churches : let's talk about mental health / Rochelle Johnson -- My mind's made up : barriers to accessing mental health services for the African American community / Charlene Hill -- Give us what Magic Johnson got! Spiritual care for Black lives living with HIV and AIDS in the era of #BlackLivesMatter / Michael Crumpler -- When life doesn't seem worth living : congregations engaged in suicide intervention and prevention during the era of the #BlackLivesMatter movement / Delois Brown-Daniels ; #BlackHealthMatters : addressing food oppression in the Black community / Danielle J. Buhuro -- Finding a mate the same hue as you : a systematic review of mate selection barriers among African Americas, spiritual resources, and therapeutic interventions / Heather C. Lofton -- The talk : Black fathers, Black sons : letters to survive / Jamie D. Hawley and Derrick Floyd -- Changing the subject : creating caring communities for women impacted by abortion / Karen Walker-McClure -- Why CPE? / Ardella Gibson -- And the truth shall set you free : the critical need for CPE among African American clergy in the age of #BlackLivesMatter / Amber Coates, Mariela Gonzalez, Michael Smith, Terrance Thomas -- A manifesto : Black spiritual care in American hospitals / Karen Hutt -- Pastoral and spiritual care to African Americans in the United States Armed Forces / Joseph Yao-Kotay.

"Wednesday, November 9, 2016 is the day that changed America. A Republican business mogul and reality television host who once proclaimed that if women didn't accept the intimate advancements of men, then men were could simply grab these women by a particularly sensitive extremity below their stomachs, snatched the electoral collegiate vote and since then has worked tirelessly on reversing President Barack Obama's progressive policies and pushing immigration legislation backwards." "This vital resource guide incorporates the basic understandings of spiritual care with the current social, emotional, existential and spiritual needs of African Americans simply surviving in Trump's violent America. It's one-of-a-kind, offering specific spiritual care strategies and interventions for African Americans dealing with particular physical, social and emotional health challenges in the midst of rising statistics of racism, sexism, classism, and homophobia leading to violence in the United States." "Intended for anyone in academia or the helping professions, this comprehensive work benefits those seeking to provide spiritual care to African American hospital patients, counseling clients, church congregants and parishioners, military veterans, or returning service members. The contributors to this anthology are experts in their respective fields who offer a new, refreshing, and energizing perspective on important issues impacting African Americans"--Back cover. Link to source of summary

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