Four new books that explore Black Americans’ religious witness
After Whiteness is urgent reading for any institution that purports to care about God and race.
Five books that introduce new voices to the conversation
American buildings, streets, and neighborhoods don’t just host oppression—they embody it.
It’s written in our flesh and rehearsed throughout history.
A story of survival in the face of termination
Just because something is legal doesn’t make it morally right.
Even stones are constantly being transformed.
Perhaps the names once chosen for honor can now spark meaningful conversation.
Good conscience isn’t forged in the heat of the moment. It acquires its shape over time.
This victory won’t amount to much if Americans don’t understand why racist team names are a problem.
A book about the psychology and politics of doing terrible things to one another
Holding in tension our achievements and failures as a nation
Three children’s books to help start the conversation