In Black Lives and Sacred Humanity Carol Wayne White accomplishes two important things with regard to querying normativity and the natural world. Black Lives resonates with the largest protest movement in US history, Black Lives Matter, delivering scholarship in 2016 that anticipated the larger, catalytic power of BLM to challenge racist norms. Secondly, she announces a constructive concept, “sacred humanity”—her contribution to the field of religious naturalism.
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