My Raceless Resolution for 2021

Though King Herod raises his voice and pounds his chest, he has lost the Savior contest.  Jesus was on his hit list and he still missed.  Like those first visitors at the impromptu baby shower, we have left the nativity scene and God is with us.   Now, we live knowing that God is on the move and in […]

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2020: The Raceless Gospel In Review

They say, “Life comes at you fast.”  But, 2020 was the year that a global conversation on race came at us fast too.  Despite our vision boards, we couldn’t see a pandemic and months at home coming.  There was and is and will never be a mantra for this.  The last time this happened was […]

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Working out Our soul salvation: Asking for Show of Hands

I have been reading and writing about race since I was a freshmen in college. It is the time when most if not all young adults ask the question, “Who am I?” Like Howard Thurman, I asked, “Who am I really?” It would set me on a path to understand why my human being was […]

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A force to be reckoned with

“You have to decide who you are and force the world to deal with you, not with its idea of you.” | James Baldwin Pushing back on society’s image of you takes strength, discipline and conviction.  There is no easy way out, no clearly marked and accessible option other than the racialized ones.  You will […]

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Living the Dream: Seeing a Raceless Human Being

“There is a dream in the land.  With its back against the wall.  To save the dream for one, it must be saved for all.” | Langston Hughes Back against the wall and faced with brick headed people, I will go forward, no matter what is pressed against me, no matter how close hatred gets […]

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