Battered African American Women: An Examination of Gender Entrapment (2015) - RECORDED
Rev. Dr. Sharon Ellis Davis discusses her decades of research on the gender entrapment of battered African American women. The intersection of race, class and gender oppressions have produced a socially constructed process through which African American women have been made vulnerable to emotional and physical violence. A former Chicago police officer, Rev. Ellis Davis brings insights from many arenas to the topic of domestic and sexual violence.
Mar 25, 2015
from 11:00 am to 12:00 pm
Rev. Dr. Sharon Ellis Davis
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The intersection of race, class and gender oppressions have created a socially constructed process that has made African American women vulnerable to emotional and physical violence.
This webinar discusses the historical failure of the Black Church and liberation theology to fully include African American women in the struggle for freedom and equality. Rev. Ellis Davis will discuss the possibilities for healing and inclusion through an ethical and theological framework built on love. A former Chicago police officer, Rev. Dr. Ellis Davis brings insights from many arenas to the topic of domestic and sexual violence.
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