A Kind of Homelessness: Evangelicals of Color in the Trump Era

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A Kind of Homelessness: Evangelicals of Color in the Trump Era

August 7, 2018 

Before the 2016 election, Nikki Toyama-Szeto had thought of the term “evangelical” as neutral. “It was about theology,” she told me recently. She had a long history working with evangelical organizations like International Justice Mission and Intervarsity, and as the executive director of Evangelicals for Social Action, she was a well-known speaker and activist in evangelical circles. Her faith had been central to affirming her own racial and gender identities.

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