Many White Evangelicals are uncomfortable with racial justice because they are uncomfortable with losing their skin privilege.
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Zach Cooper is a therapist and manager of behavioral health at Christ Community Health Services in Augusta, Georgia. Zach has an interest in writing about the relevance of psychology and sociology for the church, and also in writing about whole-person care for academic audiences. He has been involved in speaking and supporting his church with increasing its capacity to care for the psychosocial needs of the community and the church while seeking to promote justice and reconciliation. Follow Twitter (@Zcooper373) and Instagram (@zooper7).
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