How did the murder of George Floyd confront us with the reality of racism and its impact? How does theology tell stories that recognise the intrinsic value of each human story? What is the concept of Afrofuturism and how might it help us think theologically about God's future? And how can we walk within a hope which is characterised by Black flourishing and not struggle?
In today’s show we are talking to Right Reverend Lusa Nsenga-Ngoy, who is Bishop of Willesden. Bishop Lusa was previously Black, Asian, and Minority Ethnic Mission and Ministry Enabler in the Diocese of Leicester and was a member of the Church of England’s Anti-Racism Taskforce.