Tag Archives: racial justice

It’s hard to deny institutional racism when you listen with an open heart to people who have experienced it.

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“America first” or “All countries matter”?

Someone posted on social media: “My wife is beautiful.” Should I comment on his post, “All wives are beautiful”? When Trump says, “America first,” the “All lives matter” people, don’t say, “All countries matter.” When Jesus talked about leaving the … Continue reading

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A failure to appreciate

What we have here in America, is a failure to appreciate every color of humanity. It’s amazing how categorizing people by skin (the bag that holds everything together) eventually makes everything fall apart. Your skin is amazing! Anybody who thinks … Continue reading

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The race question many people are unwilling to ask . . .

To my white American friends who easily brush aside the concept of racism, try this: Find a black person and assure him/her that you don’t want to argue, but just want to listen and learn. Then ask: Will you tell … Continue reading

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Corona virus exposes glaring racial disparities

The COVID 19 pandemic is revealing glaring racial disparities. (Racial disparity began when skin color was declared to be a hierarchy of human value.) Racial hierarchy (a particular color supremacy) and racial equality are mutually exclusive. There’s no eye color … Continue reading

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Don’t quaranteen your mind. Download “Off the RACE Track” for FREE.

Make your time stuck at home, meaningful, inspiring, and educational (for free). Quaranteen and isolation may be necessary for Covid 19, but don’t let the Corona Virus quaranteen your mind. From now thru Friday, March 21, 2020, you can download … Continue reading

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When people say, “The end justifies the means,” it’s usually because their “means” have become mean.

Human life has a splendor, but if we fail to see it within us, it’s hard to see it in anyone else. Check out my book about kindness. Search Amazon for: Off the RACE Track–From Color-Blind to Color-Kind.

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Unity in the body of Christ (ekklesia) must include racial diversity, respect, & equality

There is much conversation about unity in the body of Christ and that’s a very important, biblical concept. In fact, the idea comes from Jesus, Himself, and from His prayer in John 17, where He prays that His followers be … Continue reading

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If President George Washington had been black . . .

If President George Washington had been black, Would America have made skin color a big deal? Would we have held people in lifelong bondage Based on nothing more than the shade of their skin? Or would the words, “All men … Continue reading

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Stop color profiling

Instead of saying, “I’m not a racist,” perhaps we should be saying, “I’m against profiling people by their skin color.” The “supremacy” or dominance of one race over another can only be maintained by brutality and cruelty. Most people want … Continue reading

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