When is it okay to call out someone’s racial bias? Is it ever okay? Some would answer never, unless the offending party clearly made their intentions known. But what if … Continue reading A Young, Black Coach Stepping Out of Bounds
Is it too early to start listening to Christmas music? If you walk into my classroom today the answer will be a resounding no. When people complain about it being … Continue reading Merry… Thanksgiving?: November Update
My feelings for Dallas Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant are complex. I support him, I’m confused and upset with him, and I pity him. I don’t know him personally. And what … Continue reading Stuck on the Jones Plantation
Is racism really a sin? The question is unassuming of a uniform answer in practice. Many brothers and sisters in Christ maintain a general idea of the correct answer, but … Continue reading Is Racism Really Sin?
What can this black hockey star who is competing in The Stanley Cup Finals teach, or remind, Christians?
I am sure you have plenty of colleagues, friends, neighbors, and students from different ethnicities who have well-meaning intentions of getting along with everyone, no matter their skin tone. Unfortunately, … Continue reading 5 Problems With “I Don’t See Color”