Colin Kaepernick, who last year started protesting police brutality against African Americans by kneeling during the national anthem, has been named "Citizen of the Year" by GQ magazine.
Prior to his season-ending injury, Jeremy Lin was in the news for getting dreadlocks. The Nets point guard even wrote an op-ed about his decision and its relation to cultural appropriation.
Resistance is intrinsically attached to freedom, for freedom cannot come without rebellion. Reach Records artist KB channels that message on his new project, "Today We Rebel."
Carlos Whittaker, author and worship leader, tells how he turned to the Holy Spirit to defeat the spiders in his life and encourages Christians to do the same in his new book, "Kill the Spider."
Jenny McArthur reviews "The New Urban Crisis," with the hopes that the agenda set out in the book will make it increasingly difficult for governments to neglect the deeply unequal impacts of current urban policy.
Currently, Christian fiction limits its boundaries to the traditional tropes: historical, romance, speculative and Amish. Long overdue are the contributions of a well of writers who are overlooked under the Christian fiction umbrella.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, which organizes the Oscars, has ruled it will expel powerful Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein over allegations of sexual abuse.
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.