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Interracial and One in ChristSubscriber access only
Because of the gospel, our differences bring us together
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The Lament of a Black Neo-Reformed WomanSubscriber access only
Where are the biblical resources that speak into our situations?
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The Trayvon Martin Case: A Moment for Evangelical ReflectionSubscriber access only
The tragedy underscores how far white churches have come on race relations—and how much farther we have to go.
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Liberty U. Students on Interracial Marriage TrendsSubscriber access only
I asked five female alumni whether their marriages mirrored recent sociological data on mixed-race marriages in the South. Here's what they told me.
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'The Blind Side' Reaches Across Class and RaceSubscriber access only
A movie about a Christian woman's outreach to an African American teenager depicts redemption, but only at the personal level.
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Should Christians See 'Precious'?Subscriber access only
What is the spiritual benefit of watching hard-to-watch films?
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Watching 'The Help' as an African American WomanSubscriber access only
The new movie powerfully demonstrates that racial reconciliation happens not primarily through speeches and "diversity training" but through everyday friendships.
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Disney Croaks with Newest Princess FilmSubscriber access only
The voodoo and black magic in 'The Princess and the Frog' made for a disturbing movie-viewing experience.
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A Black Maid's ExposeSubscriber access only
First-time novelist Kathryn Stockett's 'The Help' uses compelling narrative to illustrate the power of truth telling.
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Should Pro-lifers Call Black Children an 'Endangered Species'?Subscriber access only
The controversial Georgia ad implies that, like endangered species, black children should be protected up until they're born.
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The 'D Word' at U.S. Christian CollegesSubscriber access only
At my Christian university, we are working toward reconciliation across ethnic and racial lines. We have a ways to go.
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Accidentally Racist and Intentionally IgnorantSubscriber access only
How the controversial Brad Paisley-LL Cool J duet keeps us from seeing the real, systemic problems of race.
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What Post-Racial America?Subscriber access only
Our country’s racial realities require us to turn to God… together.
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Responding to Trayvon Martin: Our Renewed Call to Suffer TogetherSubscriber access only
Racial reconciliation isn’t about being politically correct; it’s about being biblically correct.
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The Women Who Sang Out for Civil RightsSubscriber access only
The heroines of the movement followed a call to “Lift Every Voice and Sing.”
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A New Role for Women in Southern Baptist AgencySubscriber access only
Trillia Newbell talks gender, race, and her appointment to the ERLC.
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Making Ourselves the StrangersSubscriber access only
For the sake of reconciliation, Christians might seek out the experience of being a minority.
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My Family, In Black and WhiteSubscriber access only
Yes, we are different races. You can stop staring now.
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Living a Color-Conscious LifeSubscriber access only
I have a dream—that we can work toward racial justice together by tearing down the walls of colorblindness.
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Why MLK Still MattersSubscriber access only
Evangelicals share how the civil rights leader continues to inspire them as Christians.
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