Tag Archives: Off the RACE Track

Why all the talk about race?

WHY? WHY is race such a big deal? WHY the accusations of “racism”? Advertisements

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“Not a racist bone in my body,” but lots of racist skeletons, in our institutions, still like to dance in the closet.”

Another take on what Joe Biden said about working with segregationists: “Not a racist bone in my body,” but lots of racist skeletons, in our institutions, still like to dance in the closet.” For a fresh perspectives of race in … Continue reading

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Off the RACE Track book

Off the RACE Track–From Color Blind to Color Kind is available in paperback and Kindle. Tell your friends / share / thanks! https://amzn.to/2WRCATQ

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COGIC Pastor’s review of Off the RACE Track

My friend and Church of God in Christ (COGIC) pastor, Larry Britton, reviewed my book: “Steve Simms’ book, Off the Race Track, is thoroughly informative and creative in its approach to sharing many of the details of the African American … Continue reading

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Finding hope in America’s racial problems

Through Christ, all walls of division have been torn down. Believers from every tribe and tongue are united by the blood of Jesus. A former Engaging Missions guest, Steve Simms, comes to talk about racial reconciliation. As ministers of reconciliation, … Continue reading

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Why “Off the RACE Track” is Patriotic

The Pledge of Allegiance to the American Flag calls for “liberty and justice for all.” Off the RACE Track does too. The Declaration of Independence declares, “all men (people) are created equal.” So does Off the RACE Track. The National Anthem calls America … Continue reading

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The illogical labels of “black” & “white”

In America, someone of mixed blood is called “black” instead of “white” or “mixed.” Isn’t that racist? The false labeling of mixed (black and white) people as “black” goes back to the slavery and Jim Crow racist lie that “one … Continue reading

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