Police killings of unarmed African-American men have been highly publicized and heavily debated as a horrific social problem in recent years. Michael A. Robinson writes that this social ill can be traced back to the start of the slave…
Dr. Celestin Musekura, president and founder of African Leadership and Reconciliation Ministries, explains how Westerners can be effective in missions.
White football fans and Black football fans hold very different views about the relationship between football and national pride, according to two University of Florida researchers.
NFL protests inch much closer to a vindication of the real meaning of Sunday, Christ's victory over darkness, than the apathy of those who could not see past their precious TV program.
Lecrae does not hold back his blackness on "All Things Work Together," his new album that dropped September 22.
It is past time for another sort of Protestant Reformation, one in which Christians of all colors contend together for justice and God-given dignity.
When we talk about “whitewashing” or “Americanizing” Christianity, we are talking about a gospel that teaches people that White American culture is normal and ideal.
When discussing subjects such as lament and social justice, there is often pushback at some point in which someone will ask: “Well this sounds OK but what about the gospel?”
In a recent forum, Berkeley Professor Harry Edwards described the history of activism by black athletes and how current players such as Colin Kaepernick continue their legacy.
These stories from The Conversation archive explore where racism came from and why it persists.