Who’s hiring?: Race’s Resume

Race Address: Our minds   Education                 All the fields of inquiry have associated themselves with me, attempting to prove my origin, determine my purpose and influence   Objective                   To further the social gospel of race or the belief that some human beings, based on the social coloring of skin and […]

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On this National Day of Prayer

On this National Day of Prayer, I am thinking about the hands that I may never hold, not because I am not reaching out but because the person that I am reaching for does not like its social coloring.  We pray to the same God but we may never pray together.  As siblings, we ask […]

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This Is Not A Spectator Sport

I am often dumbfounded at the number of persons who live their lives as if mere spectators. They talk about their lives as if they are not active participants but onlookers, as if narrators instead of characters. They share their experiences with race, racism and prejudice as if to say, “Do you see what racism […]

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The Beatitudes of Race

Today marks day six at the Chautauqua Institution and I have never wanted a “learning vacation” to be over so quickly.  Joy is found in the mere thought of packing and leaving.  The racist incidents and remarks continue to mount as we have learned that we will not be talking with the leadership about it […]

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