In memory of the four young girls killed in a racist terrorist attack at the 16th St. Baptist Church in Birmingham, AL on September 15, 1963
Jemar Tisby gives a 15-minute overview of the American church's complicity with racism from slavery and segregation up to the present day.
King's letter to Graham shows that gestures of racial equality often co-exist with actions that support racial inequality.
Christians are certainly right to criticize Attorney General Jeff Sessions for citing Romans 13 as a reason to support the separation of children from their parents under a draconian immigration policy at the border. Studying history, however, makes one aware how of how inconsistent religious people can be when it comes to justice. Christians of … Continue reading That Time When a Preacher Pushed to Keep Slave Families Together and for the Continuation of Slavery…in the Same Sermon
The remarkable life of James McCune Smith, the first African American to receive a medical degree