Chantal Monique Duson is the Founder and President of The Center for Biblical Unity (CFBU). CFBU exists to bring biblically based, Christ centered conversations to the topics of race, justice, and unity.
She has a background in social service and children’s ministry. She has worked with a diverse array of under-served communities. Monique worked as a Missionary to South Africa for over 4 years, serving children and teachers impacted by drugs, violence, and trauma.
Monique spent 2 decades advocating for Critical Race Theory (CRT) but through a series of events began to see the contradictions of CRT with the historic Christian worldview. She is now convinced that CRT is not the best way to achieve racial unity and actively speaks out against the use of CRT within the church. Monique’s vision is to promote a vision for racial healing based on the historic Christian worldview.
She has a BA in Sociology from Biola University. She is working on a MA in Theology from Talbot School of Theology.