Women, especially women of color are consistently ignored in the construction of normative ethics. This seminar is an introduction womanist, feminist and mujerista ethics, ethical frameworks that consider the perspectives and experiences of individuals disadvantaged by gender, sexual, racial and class discrimination. This semester we will engage in “high impact ethics” as we explore essential teachings in the work of womanist, feminist, mujerista thinkers simultaneously to better understand see how the Christian community understands moral agency in a variety of cultural situations.