By Duke L. Kwon and Gregory Thompson. Makes a historical and theological case for the church’s obligation to provide reparations for the oppression of African Americans. Articulates the church’s responsibility for its promotion and preservation of white supremacy throughout history, investigates the Bible’s call to repair racial brokenness, and offers a vision for the work of reparation at the local level. Leads readers toward a moral imagination that views reparations as a long-overdue and necessary step in the collective journey toward healing and wholeness. Read more.