The Color of Compromise Summary
Jemar Tisby

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The Color of Compromise Overview

Jemar Tisby's The Color of Compromise: The Truth about the American Church's Complicity in Racism interrogates diluted historical accounts in order to expose the Christian church's support of or indifference to racial issues throughout American culture. Tisby unabashedly holds the church, and its believers, accountable for the formation and perpetuation of racist systems and ideals. Through his writing, Tisby traces the construction and evolution of racism, while arguing in defense of its deconstruction. The text explores themes of Christian complicity, the relativity of freedom, and the possibility for racial reform.

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