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Archbishop of Canterbury on racism in the US and the world

Archbishop of Canterbury on racism in the US and the world

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Rod Gillis

Speaking of the UK, there is a very good article in the current edition of The Tablet titled, The Only Thing That Matters, on the subject of the George Floyd killing written by Bryan N. Massingale. Massingale, a priest, is professor of Theological and Social Ethics at Fordham, New York, and author of Racial Justice and the Catholic Church (Orbis). If you don't have an account, you can register for free. As well, Massingale has pieces in both America magazine and National Catholic Reporter within the past few days. The protests that have expanded beyond the U.S include a component of self reflection on systemic racism in those countries, including law enforcement based racism. Canada, for example, like other countries that have roots in the British Empire, is a post colonial white settler society. Protesters in the UK have been very clear about systemic racism there as well.

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