Category: Racial Justice

Lynching in America

By Sarah Withrow King A year and a half ago, I wrote about my experience of standing under a beautiful tree, a tree that stretched its branches to the heavens in praise of its Creator,...

Knowing Our History

By Darren Calhoun A team from Evangelicals for Social Action recently visited the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History & Culture (NMAAHC on Twitter) in Washington, DC. Our purpose was the development of a...

Not Guilty, Just Responsible

By James Bratt I was recently asked to speak at a teach-in addressing the latest spate of racially charged killings involving police—killings by police and killings of police. Those events involve ultimate stakes: human...