Tagged: racism

What Does Whiteness Mean to You?

A Review of indigo/the color of whiteness By Tammy Perlmutter For me, art is a profound invitation to step into uncomfortable spaces. Art gives me courage to embrace loss because not all is actually...

Solving the Problem of the Apostle Paul

By Jon Carlson In 1971, Dr. Mary Daly became the first woman to preach at the Memorial Church of Harvard University in its 336-year history. Selecting her Biblical texts, she wove together what Rev....

For I Was a Stranger

By Ethan Tan On November 9, 2016, I rode the regional rail to my grad school class. People cried on the train, on the street, in class. Instead of the usual lecture and discussion...

And We Thought We Left Race Behind?

By Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove American Christians in the Obama years half hoped we’d moved beyond race. Yes, the Civil Rights Movement was a moral cause, we told ourselves. But we have moved beyond that now. We...

The Limits of Colorblindness

I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin, but by the content of their...