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Some short quotes from Off the RACE Track

Here are some short quotes from my new book: Off the RACE Track–From Color-Blind to Color-Kind. To get a copy or download a Kindle version, search for — Off the RACE Track Steve Simms — on Amazon. “There is much greatness … Continue reading

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A fresh, non-political look at race

Talking about race doesn’t have to be political, stressful, or confrontational. It can be encouraging and healing. Check out my new book — Off The Race Track–From Color-Blind To Color-Kind at this link.

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E-race card

America needs an e-race card. A psychological app to erase the myth of race. When people are negatively labeled by their skin color, the race card is displayed on their body, like a giant tatto. Before there was race baiting, … Continue reading

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Why America needs to say, “Black Lives Matter”

Why America Needs To Say “Black Lives Matter” In its early years America said That black lives don’t matter By subjecting millions of black lives to: Human trafficking and abuse; Lifelong bondage and work without pay; Cruel separation from their … Continue reading

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Freedom Riders And Church Diversity

I watched a two-hour documentary on PBS about the Freedom Riders, a group of young people (mostly college students) both black and white (committed to non-violence), who rode public busses together into the Deep South (in 1961) to challenge state segregation laws that … Continue reading

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Be Part Of Changing Lives & Transforming A Neighborhood in Nashville

The Salvation Army Berry Street Worship Center is a customized ministry of The Salvation Army Nashville.  Established in March 2008, our goal is to see individuals and our urban Nashville community transformed by: *  Allowing People The Freedom To Actively … Continue reading

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