Nile Harper and Associates, Journeys into Justice." Religious Collaboratives Working for Social Transformation
Krokus, Christian S., Journal of Ecumenical Studies
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Journeys into Justice presents ten case studies, each focused upon the history and goals of a religious collaborative, which the authors define as "a voluntary association of organizations coming together around the common religious values that enable the creation of trust and the sharing of human and financial resources over a sustained period of …
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Publication information: Article title: Nile Harper and Associates, Journeys into Justice." Religious Collaboratives Working for Social Transformation. Contributors: Krokus, Christian S. - Author. Journal title: Journal of Ecumenical Studies. Volume: 47. Issue: 4 Publication date: Fall 2012. Page number: 615+. © 1998 Journal of Ecumenical Studies. COPYRIGHT 2012 Gale Group.
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