I have started, many times, over the last few years to write about racially charged issues. The problem was, I did not feel like I had much to say that had not already been said. 1,547 more words
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In this month’s edition: Fiesta Mexicana § Forum on Our Future § Eddie Lacy at Synod Assembly § Racine Mission Cluster § FaithWorks Faces Challenges § Nepal Earthquake Response § Kevin Hunter Bike Ride § Bee Colony Collapse § Altar Guild Co-Chairs § Community Meal § Baile Familiar § EASY Year End Program § Neighborhood Camp Registration § Priceless Bake Sale § ‘What’s Next in Our Journey?’
Why is it when black people talk about issues affecting blacks and black communities, we are asked, “why are you getting angry?”
That is hilarious. What’s even more hilarious is that often we deny it, even though the pitch in our voice has increased, our blood pressure is elevated and every other stress response in our bodies is in full “fight mode.” 130 more words
When it comes to success, many organizations and institutions give lip service to diversity. It’s listed in their mission, vision, and as a core value. But when it comes to diversity in their higher echelons, the proof is NOT in the pudding. 248 more words