Title: Politics of the Spirit: Religion and Multiethnicity in Los Angeles
Author: John B. Orr, Donald E. Miller, Wade Clark Roof, J. Gordon Melton
Description: Card covers. Clean and unmarked. 42 pages. Oblong, 8.25 x 10.5 inches. A preliminary report from the Religion and Civic Order Project, a project that was established following the Los Angeles uprising of 1992. It describes the specific responses of the Los Angeles' religious community to address the tensions among the city's multiethnic populations and the political/social initiatives to facilitate reconciliation and healing. The project was born out of the interest of researchers at the University of Southern California and UC-Santa Barbara.
- The Religion and Civic Order Project.
- LA's Politics of the Spirit.
- The Civic Love of Pluralism.
- Religious Institutions and Human Services.
- Gangs, Addicts, and Inmates.
- The Three R's, Including Religion.
- Spiritual Entrepreneurialism.
- Neighborhood Health Care.
- New Leaders, New Era.
- Changing Congregational Forms.
- The Regional Parish.
Binding: Soft Cover
Publisher: [University of Southern California]
Place: [Los Angeles]
Keywords: Los Angeles, Rodney King riots, race relations, ethnic relations, religion and social problems, church and social problems, Religion and Civic Order Project,
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