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The Vacuum Christian Indifference Creates
The crisis we face when the church is silent on social justice.
Should Churches Keep Their Civil War Landmarks?
How historic congregations grapple with Confederate legacy.
Southern Baptists Approve Alternate Resolution Against the Alt-Right
Confusion over scope and severity of white supremacist movement likely led the SBC to skip initial condemnation.
Why White-Centered Discipleship Hurts Us All
A vision for bringing racial equity to the spiritual training of women.
How Government Support Saved Me
Signing up for food stamps changed my view of poverty in America.
'Get Out' Locks Our Gaze on Racism’s Horror
Jordan Peele's groundbreaking directorial debut challenges us to see racial sin with clear eyes.
How 1,000 Pastors Pursue Racial Reconciliation
Personal relationships and prayer preferred over preaching and protests.
Black Churches Matter: Research Ties Attendance to Positive Outcomes
African Americans who worship regularly are better able to handle racism and discrimination.
Black, White, and Blue: How Christians Rate the Police
Race influences views of US law enforcement more than religious tradition—except locally.
How Lifting My Hands in Worship Became My Protest to God
I have to let go of how inappropriate it feels to approach Christ with such boldness.
'Get the Girl to Do It'
What 'Hidden Figures' reveals about race, women, and how our sons see our daughters.
The Challenge of Defending the Faith in the Inner City
Traditional apologetics has struggled to address the theological issues of my urban community.
A Quiet Love Story Speaks Volumes in ‘Loving’
The film portrays the interracial couple who made history.
A Farewell to Michelle Obama
No matter where you stand politically, the First Lady has something to offer the church.
‘13th’ Introduces America to the Dark History of Our Criminal Justice System
The new Netflix documentary makes the case that to save the future, we need to stop defending the past.
How I Stopped Seeing Privilege in Black and White
What God taught this second-generation, child of immigrants about the nuance of status.
Amena Brown Q+A: Poetry in an Age of Lament
How the spoken-word poet uses art to speak truth about race, faith, and womanhood.
Q+A with Christena Cleveland: 'I Felt for the First Time—I'm Not Alone'
What everyone needs to know about supporting women of color at conferences and in churches.
Evangelicals and Race—A New Chapter Subscriber access only
Why racial justice and reconciliation are now core for the movement.
For Black Women, Looking Tough Takes a Toll
Emotional strength can only hide heartbreak for so long, says pyschologist and theologian Chanequa Walker-Barnes