In fact, justice-seeking protests are collective expressions of grief and anger at the callousness of white America. Since European Americans assume grief is to be done in private, many totally twisted the expression of grief in the streets with old stereotypes used to marginalize the legitimate anger of Black folks. Continue reading Church Segregation: A White Supremacist Tradition
The year 1968 marked the end of the Civil Rights Movement of the 20th Century. Through the blood, sweat and tears of African-Americans and their allies, much was accomplished during this era. Medgar Evers, James Chaney, Andrew Goodman, Michael Schwerner, Viola Liuzzo, … Continue reading Confronting Colorblind Christianity By Joel A. Bowman, Sr.
If I were to ask a random sample of Americans what White supremacy looks like, chances are most would include the Ku Klux Klan (KKK). This easily recognizable group is known for its white hoods, cross burnings, Confederate flags, and … Continue reading Beyond Hoods: White Supremacy in the 21st Century
I googled the word compromise. Here are the results: “1 – made vulnerable (as to attack or misuse) by unauthorized access, revelation, or exposure compromised data/passwords/accounts a compromised computer; 2-impaired or diminished in function: weakened, damaged, or flawed a compromised … Continue reading What Does the Bible Teach us About Compromise?
For those who may not know, before we had the first mixed race President of the United States (a fact that can and should be argued), the first Black congresswoman or astronaut, we had the Three Fifths Compromise. Often misinterpreted … Continue reading Three-Fifths of a Person. 100% of the Burden