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Eerie Silence

Race/Racism Explored Across Educational, Theological, and Justice Continuums Amidst America and Beyond

by Ammar Saheli & Foreword by Tonya DJ Saheli JD MS


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Hardcover
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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 10/31/2018

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 292
ISBN : 9781973643845
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 292
ISBN : 9781973643852
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 292
ISBN : 9781973643838

About the Book

Eerie Silence is a revelatory, jolting exploration into the ramifications of justice inaction in America and beyond and how silence has destructively contributed to issues related to race, racism, education, theology, and racial identity development. The compiled scholarship and research contained within the Eerie Silence project is provoking, risky, confrontational, validating, challenging, feisty, and emotionally and intellectually vulnerable. It is a must read for every person seeking a better grasp of the historically interlocked elements of race, racism, religion, theology, authentic Christianity, and racial identity development, especially as it relates to America and its influence.

Erie Silence is an amazing book! Dr. Saheli has carefully deconstructed not only biblical narratives but also global history like an artist. With every stroke of his brush, he has created a multi-layered and complete work that has direct applications in many fields and disciplines…

—Jennifer Tosch,
Founder, Black Heritage Tours in NY State & Amsterdam,
Netherlands Member, Mapping Slavery Project Netherlands

Well-researched, superbly argued, and profoundly written, Eerie Silence is all at once a history lesson, critical social commentary, autobiographical sketch, sermon, and call to action to end the silence on race/racism. Saheli does a masterful job of intersecting several areas that share the stamp of racism and injustice in common. This is a powerful read for those who are in need for a deep, thoughtful, provocative, intellectual, and empowering learning experience about race in the United States.

—Sharroky Hollie, PhD
Executive Director, Center for Culturally
Responsive Teaching and Learning

This is a wine that will not last long in the wineskins of traditionalism, conservatism, anti-ism, self-righteousness, and isolated fellowship with link minded others, it is a call to ministry to break down the middle wall of racial partition in the church and society in order that generations of women, men, and young people might go unencumbered in their full potential and development.

—James L. Taylor, PhD, Professor of Politics
San Francisco, California


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