Black Lives Matter symposium
The young people leading this movement have heard enough about Martin Luther King's dream. It is not enough for church leaders to reply that they don't know much history.
Spent all day and deep into the evening Saturday at a wedding, studying the ways and means and manners by which people gently touch each other, and so communicate this and that and the other thing.
Seven writers assess the movement
BLM is writing a new chapter in the history of black people's struggle for full equality. What are the implications for churches?
In Texas, even pastors are carrying
At the barbershop, I heard about how many pastors in town are going through handgun training. I asked around—and was dismayed.
Black people can eat at most lunch counters and travel across state lines without being consigned to the back of the bus. But the fundamental right to life continues to be haunted by white supremacy.
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