Tag: racism

  • Labels Divide (Beware the Danger of Labels)

    Each morning, we awaken to another day living in “upside down world.” Few things make sense anymore and you can’t trust much of what you see with your own eyes. It’s now obvious that a silent war rages over human solidarity. On one hand, people are incessantly bombarded by efforts to divide us. Nationality, ethnicity,…

  • Jesus and Justice [Re-Thinking Christians’ Responsibility Towards Racism]

    In recent years, America has experienced numerous high-profile deaths of black people at the hands of white people and/or police. George Floyd. Breonna Taylor. Philando Castille. Ahmaud Arbery. The list goes on and on. The collective weight of these situations has reopened the already-raw wounds that many black people have felt for decades and centuries.…

  • How to Fix Racism (3 Things That’ll Change Your Perspective on Race)

    Can we have an honest conversation about race and racial issues? Yes?  Okay, great! I deeply wish “racial issues” would just go away—disappear forever. I’m frankly tired of hearing about racial problems. And I’m by no means alone. Then again, thankfully, I don’t directly suffer from racial attacks either. There is no question that racial…