Ethnic-minorities and Evangelical Christian Colleges
How well do Coalition colleges serve ethnic-minorities? This new book is designed to help Christian colleges look seriously and realistically at this important question with an eye toward action and change. With the combined experience of 125 years at Coalition member institutions, twelve scholars from a variety of disciplines thoughtfully address the issues of ethnic-minority students and faculty at Christian colleges. This 350-page collection of 10 essays includes an outline of a theology of culture and cultural diversity, a review of demographic trends, and analysis of the experience of ethnic-minority faculty and students, and a variety of practical suggestions for teaching with and for multicultural sensitivity. Co-published with the Christian College Coalition.
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The Minority Experience in Evangelical Colleges
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