On Violence & Living in a “Racialized” Society

Silence Sends a Clear Message When We Have an Opportunity to Act The casket was not empty. It carried the body of a 14-year-old, African American boy by the name of Emmett Till, son of Mamie. He was from Chicago visiting his family in Mississippi when the prankster took a dare and flirted with a white woman.Continue reading “On Violence & Living in a “Racialized” Society”

Book Review: A Credible Witness by @RevDocBrenda

A Credible Witness: Reflections on Power, Evangelism and Race Why I picked up this book: I read this book while completing my racial reconciliation studies in seminary. I continue to reread and reference it because the book is just that good! Who Should Read A Credible Witness: This is a necessary read for American Christians,Continue reading “Book Review: A Credible Witness by @RevDocBrenda”

Book of the Week: A Call to Action

A Call to Action: Women, Religion, Violence, and Power Why I picked up this book: President Jimmy Carter is the author of this book, and I watched several of his promotional interviews for its release. He is a fellow Naval Academy graduate and has never been shy about his Christian faith. Due to the contentContinue reading “Book of the Week: A Call to Action”