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Can the power of music heal the racial divide in America? Bishop Ezekiel Williams hopes so, which is why he […]
I know that I’m stating the obvious here, but I’m going to state it anyway in case it isn’t obvious […]
Children should not have to navigate the same racism that they experience at schools in their own homes.
I’m concerned that you are playing a losing game in which you trade your dignity for a few crumbs of approval. The game dictates that you trade parts of yourself, your identity, and your culture for a set of fringe benefits. The problem is that these benefits (such as access to networks and opportunities) require you to continue to give these parts of yourself away until you are molded into the image of the Model Negro.
Jon McNaughton’s painting “Legacy of Hope” is a literal illustration of what it means to take the Lord’s name in vain.
On the path of anti-racism, there are times when we are going to find ourselves at odds with others. There are times when the path might feel hard and lonely. But if we keep on pushing toward what is right, we will find our people.
In May of 2020, amidst national unrest sparked by the murders of Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, George Floyd, and many […]