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The Magazine: Selma… “Negotiate. Demonstrate. Resist.”

Keep in mind this film is not a documentary and what it reminds us is very timely. Not only is it released near the national holiday set aside to remember Dr. King, but current national headlines speak of issues of race and use/abuse of power that are yet to be addressed in our country. Perhaps God will bring together other gifted leaders to shed light on present injustice?

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Safe Space: white fantasy?

PJH: On twitter, you (depressingly, brilliantly) wrote, “I’ve never glimpsed safe teaching (and learning) space. It is a white fantasy that harms.” I’m wonder­ing if

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White privilege, black fears

In a fascinating interview of the Opinionator blog at The New York Times, George Yancey, a professor of philosophy at Duquesne University talks with Naomi

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The Trail of Souls

To commemorate the 150th anniversary of the abolition of chattel slavery in Maryland, members of the Diocese of Maryland went on a pilgrimage yesterday for

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