A Luta Continua . . . (The Struggle Continues)
Memoir of a Sometimes Radical Christian
Imprint: Resource Publications
"David Haslam is one of the foremost campaigners of our time. He fought against apartheid, supports the Dalits (the former untouchables), and works to achieve fairer tax regimes. This is an interesting and instructive account of his life and work which will be of interest to all who care about social justice."
--Richard Harries, Lord Harries of Pentregarth, former Bishop of Oxford
"David Haslam writes with power and insight of the impact of faith-based activism on the world. He writes as an active participant in the struggle against Apartheid in South Africa and the church's response to the human consequences of institutionalized racism, migration, and the corporate abuse of power. This important account of a life lived in the struggle for the application of Kingdom values in a troubled world offers an Augustinian hope that things might and can be done differently, whatever the obstacles."
--Paul Boateng, UK Parliamentarian; Civil Rights Lawyer; Methodist Lay Preacher
"An important and useful handbook for anyone committed to social justice, it reflects a theology that liberates, and politics that reveal the radical nature of the Christian gospel. If you want an example of how to live out the values of the community of God, then this is the book."
--Garth Hewitt, Singer/songwriter; Activist; Founder, Amos Trust