“Mommies and daddies always believe, That their little angels are special indeed, And you could grow up to be anything, But who would imagine a king,” Who Would Imagine a King by Mervyn Warren, Whitney Houston Vocals. Who would imagine … Continue reading ” Imagine That, A King”
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.
It was 1969, one year removed from the Assassinations of Doctor Martin Luther King and Robert F. Kennedy. My parents had moved into the dream home they had built in Perry Township, Ohio, a suburban area just outside of Columbus. … Continue reading Calculus for Controlling the Narrative
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