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Stand!

In these times people are standing up for all kinds of reasons – against racism, against the vaccine, against voter fraud and the list goes on. One of the reasons people take a stand is because of poor choices others have made but other times, people have to take a stand to protect what is […]

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Faith

Your Fear Is Not From God

As we reflect on 2020, so many people have missed out on God’s abundant life of joy, peace and victory because they have lived in a spirit of fear. They are afraid to make a decision, afraid to confront issues, afraid to step out, afraid of the past, afraid of the future, afraid of racism […]

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The Bank of England has a Diversity Problem

Parliamentary committee criticises slow growth in minority representation, with ‘little evidence the gap is closing’

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Culture

I’m White, Privileged With a Message on Racism That The World Is Missing

Racism is a pretty controversial topic, especially in the world we live in today. Among Christians, things can get especially dicey, as the rest of the world’s eyes are just staring and waiting for us to make a mistake.

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Culture Faith

32 Quotes That Perfectly Explain Racism (To People Who Don’t “See Color”)

Martin Luther King Jr. famously said in 1963, “It is appalling that the most segregated hour of Christian America is eleven o’clock on Sunday morning.” Fifty years later this remains true as churches lag behind schools, businesses, military, and almost every other institution in escaping old taboos about mixing the races.

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Yes, Racism Is Still a Problem in Britain and America

“Non-racism is a popular third option where politeness and courtesy in behaviour or speech are paramount. It recognizes the evil of white supremacy but, like Pontius Pilate, washes its hands of responsibility.”

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