Lamar Hardwick: How Albeism Fuels Racism

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Lamar Hardwick: How Albeism Fuels Racism

As a Black autistic pastor and disability scholar, Lamar Hardwick lives at the intersection of disability, race, and religion. He wrote How Ableism Fuels Racism: Dismantling the Hierarchy of Bodies in the Church to help Christian communities engage in critical conversations about race by addressing issues of ableism.

Lamar Hardwick is the lead pastor of Tri-Cities Church in ATL, GA, and the author of Disability in the Church: A Vision for Diversity and Inclusion. He is a grad of Yale Divinity School Clergy Scholar Program and a 2017 grad of Georgia Forward’s Young Gamechangers program. He’s written for the Huffington Post and BioLogos, regularly writing and speaking on disability inclusion in the church.

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