The Theme of July is Deja vu. Deja vu is a place that we have been to before; only the names have changed, and the scenes and settings have a different backdrop. It is not about politics or pablum. Only one is true … Continue reading Deja vu
As the celebration goes on for America’s Birthday, we are also in the space of racial reckoning. White Backlash reminds us that we’ve seen this place before. I can remember while growing up at about the age of being just … Continue reading Deja vu, Or Something Else?
“Any real change implies the breakup of the world as one has always known it, the loss of all that gave one an identity, the end of safety. And at such a moment, unable to see and not daring to imagine … Continue reading Breaking Fear Through Faith & Justice
megt.artwork The article below was written by Meg Tysen, a sweet, intelligent, and talented 18-year-old artist and writer. She is a Biracial Amerasian young woman and daughter of a Japanese-born mother and an American-born father. Listen to her share her … Continue reading Stop Asian Hate
In today’s America, various institutions are divested into transparent, Glass Houses. The Glass House analogy is for two reasons; the first is institutional’ fragility. Among numerous white Evangelicals, many are classified as white working-class Americans. Swaths of them grew increasingly … Continue reading Compromise Hidden in Plain Sight
JUSTICE HAS BEEN SERVED! Finally, Derek Chauvin has been held accountable for what he has done, and we love to see it! This is a great step in the right direction for the United States; however, this is not the … Continue reading Justice Has Been Served