It is time for White leadership in the SBC to sit at the foot of the table and learn from their African-American brothers and sisters how to rightly oppose racial injustice in this country.
The Southern Baptist Convention deserves no credit for doing the right thing after the fact. You shouldn’t have to think twice about condemning ideologies associated with the Klan, Neo Nazis or the alt-right.
The Loving v. Virginia case ended the last of the country’s state laws banning interracial marriage, described in oral arguments as "the most odious of the segregation laws and the slavery laws."
People travel from website to website in search of content in the same way they travel from neighborhood to neighborhood looking for stuff to do.
As a former school desegregation lawyer and now a scholar of educational inequality and law, I have both witnessed and researched an odd shift to a new kind of segregation that somehow seems socially acceptable.
A growing number of women—particularly those of color—see barriers and imbalances in our discipleship, especially regarding issues of race, culture, and reconciliation
White evangelicals overwhelmingly voted for Donald Trump in the 2016 election and were a key part of his constituency.
I am biracial. My mother is White and my father is Black. Living within the confined walls of my colorful family, I was always safe. That all changed, however, after a dramatic encounter at school.
If you really want to know what it means to be Asian American, or any other person of color in this country, don’t just look—listen.
We know how powerful the concept of race is and how the use of words related to the notion of race has shaped what we call the U.S. racial worldview. So why do we continue using the word “Caucasian?"