by Charles Love Independence Day has largely become a day for barbecue and furniture sales. For many Americans, however, it remains an important day of reflection, a day to celebrate the founding of this great nation. This Independence Day may be more important than any in recent history, with protests […]Read More
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These Black Scholars and Leaders Rebuke 1619 Project’s Narrative of Victimhood
by Jarrett Stepman An initiative featuring the writings of black Americans will counter and rebut a New York Times Magazine project that “reframes” all of U.S. history around slavery and racism. The Woodson Center last week announced sponsorship of “1776,” a collection of essays and other material mostly written by […]Read More
Reconciliation: Moving Communities into Unity, Wholeness & Justice
Dr. Brenda Salter McNeil | How I came to see the church’s prophetic work on race as a global issue.Read More