It’s Our Anniversary

March 10, 2011, I set out on this journey toward race-lessness and as the hymn writer says, “I wouldn’t take nothing for my journey now.”  The blog was first named The Daily Race.  Working with each post to create sacred space for a life without race, I relied heavily on my conviction that there was life […]

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Putting Down the Baton

In recent weeks, I’ve changed the name of the blog from The Daily Race to the Race-less Gospel.  After more than two years of writing on race and its progeny in attempt to place race under the scrutiny of sacred Scripture, I discerned that I’ve finished the race.  In fact, I was finished when I began. […]

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Happy anniversary to me!

Today marks two years since I began The Daily Race.  While I wasn’t sure of what my writings would amount to or even what I was attempting to articulate initially, I am so glad that I decided to begin this journey.  It was certainly a relief to say what I had been thinking for so long: […]

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Why I Run

Today marks the one year anniversary of my beginning The Daily Race. I have pondered what I would say when I reached this milestone and I didn’t have the words until now. There’s only one thing that I can do. The songwriter says, “As I look back over my life and I think things over. […]

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The Reconciling Race Series: What Does Race Reconcile? (Pt. 5)

“Blessed are the peacemakers: for they shall be called the children of God.” ~Matthew 5:9 What does race make us? What does race make us bring tidings of? As racial beings, do we come to each other in peace? Race would suggest that we do not, that we are always at odds, always seeking to […]

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