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Bombs And Moms – DuBois’ Challenge To America’s Racist And Militarist Legacy (Roger Green)

On April 4, 2017, Harlem’s Riverside Baptist Church (along with Iliff School of Theology) hosted a 50th anniversary event to commemorate Martin Luther King Jr.’s “Beyond Vietnam” speech, written in large part by the late Dr. Vincent Harding.  “A Time to Break the Silence” was the subtitle of the original […]

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The Emancipation of America?

As we celebrate the 150th year of the Emancipation Proclamation, historian Kidada Williams reminds us that as we celebrate the sesquicentennial anniversary of the document, we should examine what the Emancipation did and did not do. Williams writes that: Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation as a military strategy for winning the war […]

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Sledgehammer Words — Katie Mulligan

I’ve been thinking a lot lately about anti-racist work in the church and the difficulty of doing that work in settings that are mostly white. It seems like a never-ending project just to begin to raise awareness of the privilege of whiteness, much less really dig into the ways in […]

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