By D. Zac Niringiye
Is the absence of responsible Christian political engagement a betrayal of the gospel? Or is it what the gospel teaches?
Speakers: Andre Henry and Zach Hoover
A conversation about how to think practically and strategically about confronting racist systems.
By Bishop Ernest McNear and Reverend Lin Crowe
The statistics hang over the cities of America like a thick grey cloud, almost blotting out the light of hope and opportunity. One out of every nine young black males in the United States between the ages of twenty and thirty-four is behind bars.
By Brandi Miller
For many non-Black folks, performative allyship is a time to scream from social media rooftops about how they are not racist or are simply down for the cause. Performative allyship is where many, specifically White folks, attempt to distance themselves from more problematic white people and the institution of white supremacy at large.
By Alicia Crosby
“…we’re on the same side. I’m your ally.” I’ve heard a version of this sentiment too many times to count over the years, and after taking a deep breath and stifling the urge to roll my eyes, my response is always the same: You cannot name yourself as an ally; that title is bestowed upon you. It should not be assumed.
By Nikki Toyama-Szeto
Saying “No” is okay. This is the phrase I repeatedly tell myself after receiving another invitation by a Christian leader to join a group of people talking about race.
Speakers: Andre Henry and Laurent Grubaugh
A teach-in on the tools of non-violent struggle
Speakers: Andre Henry and Micky Scottbey Jones
A conversation about what it takes to bring about lasting change
By Andre Henry
“I can’t breathe,” he pleaded. For several minutes, George Floyd lay handcuffed and pinned to the ground by a white Minneapolis police officer kneeling on his neck.
“Please,” he begged.
By Robert Chao Romero
My family is from Spain.
We’re from Peru, but my husband is Italian.
I’m a norteño; I’m not an Indian from southern Mexico.
She has “bad hair.”
Marry someone lighter than you, pa’ que mejorar la raza.
By Marissa Mack
I cry for you every night
This world has
No love for you
By Laura Coulter
Even 25 years ago, $500 wasn’t enough to hire a good ballistics expert. But that’s all the state of Alabama would cough up for Anthony Ray Hinton to prove that his gun wasn’t the one used in a 1985 double murder.
By Kaitlin B. Curtice
I’m constantly asked for resources on how people can move forward learning about Indigenous culture, and I’m often repeating the same thing: read books.
First and foremost, this supports Indigenous peoples who are writers and creators.
By Leslie Hammond
“I have counted the cost and have sacrificed all my worldly possession to this undertaking. I am prepared to meet imprisonment or even death in carrying out the purposes of my heart.”
By Tia Gaines and Victor Ko
Emanuel: The Untold Story of the Victims and Survivors of the Charleston Church Shooting
Five discussion questions for the movie, to be used on your own or in a small group.
By Drick Boyd
Every October, the United States observes Columbus Day.
By Rev. Lori G. Baynard
Why the Amber Guyger sentencing caused an uproar among people of faith
The oracle which Habakkuk the prophet saw. How long, Oh Lord will I call for help, and you will not hear?