Category Archives: inner city streets

“The Hate U Give” shows that it’s time to get “Off the RACE Track”

The new movie, The Hate U Give, is now in theaters. I watched the trailer and was amazed at how my book, Off the RACE Track, shows how America got to the point documented in this movie and gives some … Continue reading

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Holding Hands In Prayer — It’s Not For Sissies.

Holding hands in prayer is not for sissies.  It is an amazing connect with the living God and His power. I grew up going to church but never saw people hold hands in prayer.  I think my church was too … Continue reading

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