White Americans often ask, “What’s the problem”? “Why do you make everything about race”? This is largely because they cannot see or feel the unseen world in which black people live.
La reciente pandemia ha interrumpido la vida de la iglesia. Los pastores y los líderes de la iglesia rápidamente aprendieron a usar plataformas sociales como Facebook y Zoom. Cuando la pandemia termine, ¿volverán ellos a utilizar lo que funcionaba en el pasado? ¿Deberían hacerlo? Algunos no.
Racism may not be the original sin but it is pretty close to the root. In this article, Rev Harold Caicedo sees the Gospel as an anti-racism response that tears down the dividing walls of racism.
Cuando la denominación abre las puertas a los grupos étnicos (minoritarios), no solamente abre las puertas a las personas, abre las puertas a sus problemas. Entonces ya no se puede decir: son tus problemas.
In 2010, I asked the following question: What is your church doing for racial reconciliation? Now we are in the year 2020. Is the question still relevant?
A few days ago my daughter sent me an essay written by Kyle Korver, Utah Jazz player and son of an RCA pastor. As I read it, I realized Korver was not asking me to engage in a debate with him. I realized he was inviting readers to glimpse his own heart.
Kenosis Community Groups are gatherings facilitated by white people for white people so that concepts and topics related to race and racism in Canada can be explored in an environment that promotes freedom to explore without fear of offense.
Holocaust Memorial Day and Historical and Generational Trauma (Race Relations US-Midwest Newsletter)
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The communal Advent practices of remembering, celebrating, mourning, and anticipating prompt me to consider how those themes have showed up over the last year in the work of racial justice and equity in Canada.