Christian theology has been used to legitimate white supremacist realities. We must tell that truth and push forward.
Today’s protests build on a long tradition of activism.
‘They don’t care about finding out who took their loved ones. They just look for their family members, dead or alive.’
We must work together to change the medical system.
To my acquaintance, and white people who need to hear it, I say this lovingly and from a place of abundance, without scarcity: I know you are hurting too. You are human. But this is not about your pain.
The rhetoric folks use when talking about the South has got to stop.
Black people don’t always end up dead when encountering police. But we almost always end up wounded.
Prison and police abolition were key to the thinking of many midcentury civil rights activists. Understanding why can help us ask for change in our own time.
White churches need to enter conversations of racial justice with sobriety.
When I see footage of black murders, I feel horror and anger not only at the life that was violently taken, but also the idea of vacant and immune gazes transfixed on an unrealized destiny, a muted future, someone’s son, daughter, or father.