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Racism

Agency refers to peoples’ ability to act and make decisions for themselves. Often, people have been stripped of their agency, treated as less than human. We must become agents of agency. […] Read More

Many U.S. Christians seem to put their political ideology ahead of their Christianity. Our allegiance should be to the truth and what lines up with our interpretation of the Bible, not what’s best for a party. […] Read More

Partnering with organizations committed to seeking racial justice and reconciliation, EthicsDaily.com will cover three upcoming events focused on racism in the U.S. […] Read More

White evangelicals overwhelmingly support President Trump, who regularly denigrates women of color. By remaining silent about their candidate’s sexism and racism, they are selling their souls. […] Read More

Focusing on the state of the problems facing black America, the Angela Project Conference will be held Sept. 14-15 at St. Stephen Church in Louisville, Kentucky. […] Read More

Our society has come a long way in forbidding pejorative phrases that refer to someone’s race, gender or disability. But one slur still cuts deep and is not yet banned. […] Read More

Many young people today lack a belief that things can and will get better. While they have great hopefulness for a better world, they have little confidence that things will get anything but worse. […] Read More

Two Tennessee churches – one predominantly black, the other white – with a sometimes uneasy history of racial tension worked together to begin breaking barriers. How about yours? […] Read More

Many in the church have given up looking for the image of God within us and settled for the cheap duplications of race. We started creating God in the image of race. […] Read More

Race has been divinely sanctioned by the church in America. We have given it sacred rights and privileges, a place of honor in our fellowship. […] Read More