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,...

Christianity and Xenophobia

By Stephen Mattson Today’s political climate is filled with hate, racism, and bigotry towards various cultural, ethnic, and social minority groups. Christians should be alarmed at such rhetoric and take seriously the notion that...

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...