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Haiti; Rich Mullins; Race & Crime |
Morning Roundup 08/27/13
Courtesy of Tim Brister

Tim Brister expands his original post. I linked to the first post a few weeks ago, but the expanded version is worth another look.

From Strangers to Missionaries: Fleshing It Out -- Tim Brister

This should be fascinating…

'Ragamuffin' Official Trailer

A provocative article from TIME magazine. I would certainly not ignore race, but I would also remember the confounding variable of poverty I talked about in an earlier post.

Don't Ignore Race in Christopher Lane's Murder -- Time

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Posted:August 27, 2013 at 6:00 am

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