Tagged: racism

A Charleston Lament

by Lē Weaver I wish I could make the world safe For people Black people LGBTQ people Muslim people Impoverished people Incarcerated people Mentally ill people The list goes on and on It’s almost...

In the Thick of It!

by HyeRan Kim-Cragg I am on sabbatical this year. When the shooting in Ferguson occurred last summer, it got me thinking about the last course I taught before I went on sabbatical. I pulled...

Racialized Bodies

by Cláudio Carvalhaes The classroom is a microcosm of theological education. It changes and perpetuates ideas, behaviors and ideologies. But the classroom is a result and consequence of a larger scheme of structural practices...

“It Looks Like a Demon”

Some notes on the visual constructions of race by S. Brent Rodriguez-Plate In the final seconds of their struggle, Ferguson, Missouri, police officer Darren Wilson shot and killed Michael Brown because of a visual...