While struggling with this question as a church songwriter, I came up with six guidelines.
He wrote to free the heart from hatred and despair.
Jonathan Augustine starts where Barth left off, moving from salvific reconciliation to social reconciliation.
Randal Jelks and Shaka Senghor both write with realism but not fatalism.
A conversation with activist and New York Times bestselling author Jemar Tisby about racism, the concept of race, how to work for racial justice, and more
Fifty years later, Wendell Berry revisits the themes he introduced in The Hidden Wound.
Why would we refuse that help?
Kathryn Gin Lum explores the entwining of racial and religious stereotypes in the United States.
South to America shows how one region’s beauty, losses, and inequities have shaped the country as a whole.
Your body is not a public domain.
The social psychologist went on a revolutionary pilgrimage in search of the sacred Black feminine.
School districts and legislatures aren’t just challenging textbooks and curricula. They’re challenging feelings.
Zaccheus doesn't mind the indignity of scrambling up a tree, as long as he’s on top.
Sociologist Jessie Daniels reckons with the dangerous implications of the person she was raised to be.
And it was enabled by social structures of permission.