People's Library Submissions - Jesus Radicals
What five resources -- books, articles, films, zines, websites, etc -- have shaped you as an anarchist, a radical Christian, and/or as an agitator for justice, liberation, and resisting oppression? Please share one or more of the resources that have been most meaningful in your development, including title, reference information, a summary, a link (if online) and relevant tags. You may also include a personal reflection about the item if you choose.

We ask that you thoughtfully choose works that are particularly “intersectional” in their analysis, and/or written by people whose perspectives are often marginalized by dominant voices. Our goal is to collect a diverse body of work for inclusion in Jesus Radicals' online People's Library.

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Resource One: Title
Please add the title of your first entry
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Resource One: Reference information
Author name(s), publisher, publication date and location
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Resource One: Summary
What are the main arguments? What topics are covered? If someone asked what this article/book is about, what would you say?
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Resource One: Link
Is this resource available online? If yes, please include link below
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Resource One: Tags
What category or categories does this resource fall under? Examples: #patriarchy, #capitalism, #theology, #black liberation, #direct action, #hospitality, #queer, #white privilege,#speciesism, #nonviolence, #biblical interpretation
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Resource One: Personal reflection
Why was/is this resource important to you? How did it help shape your perspective?
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