How to start a post- racial conversation

We talk a lot about what race has done to and for us, what race is doing to and for us, how we cannot live without race, how there is no existence a part from race.  What we do not talk about is what we can do to race, how we can change and certainly […]

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Why Race Remains Relevant

I’ve  done a lot of reading on race and its progeny, on the effects of our hatreds, on the traditions of prejudice.  As a child, it began as an interest, a hobby.  I was naturally drawn to things that were race- related.  Not dolls, miniature kitchen sets or even sports but books, movies, pictures that […]

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Race and Misrepresentation

mis·rep·re·sen·ta·tion/ˌmisreprəzenˈtāSH(ə)n/, Noun 1.  the action or offense of giving a false or misleading account of the nature of something When we call ourselves racial beings, socially colored black/ white/ red/ yellow/ brown/ beige people, we misrepresent our Creator.  God is not a racial being or a Racial Being, a supreme among supremes, defined or confined […]

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Do Something About Race

Race is so hard for us to comprehend, so difficult for us to get our heads around and our lives out of.  It’s sticky and it has gotten on everything that we come into contact with.  We have been talking about race for hundreds of years and still, we cannot get it off of us. […]

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A Trip Down Race-less Memory Lane

I have written a lot about race and race-lessness these past three years.  So, I decided to reflect on a few of the posts that surprised me most in their creation and those that have been most read  my you, my readers.  I’ll try to keep the list short but it’s really hard to pick […]

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