I was puzzlingly enthused, encouraged and perplexed by Dr. John Piper’s response to Lecrae’s recent interview on "Truth’s Table" about the rapper's distancing from White Evangelicalism.
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…
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.
Chris Hayes of MSNBC and Jamelle Bouie of Slate joined the Texas Tribune for a community forum on race and justice.
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.
These stories from The Conversation archive explore where racism came from and why it persists.
The phrase was first uttered by the character of an African king who looks out upon an English audience and declares: ‘I see amazement set upon the faces/Of these white people...'
Many people argue that the removal of Confederate monuments will "erase" both history and beauty from the public square, but Christians must consider the statues' ethical value before defending them.
The Dominican tradition of straight hair has it roots in colonial rule under Spain; it eventually became a way to imitate the higher classes and to separate themselves from their Haitian neighbors.
New research shows that poor Black and Hispanic students get a leg up academically by attending a less segregated school, but the results come with a significant downside.