Yesterday, I had my husband make me a cake. I asked him to, of course, and he did it, because even though my heritage has several great bakers in it, I did not inherit the baker skill along with the baker gene. 1,051 more words
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In infant school “Kids used to say: I won’t hold her hand, the brown might rub off”
Laura Mvula says she grew up feeling that there was “something not quite right” about the colour of her skin after facing racism as a child. 558 more words
It’s hard to imagine what Morgan Hill is feeling right now. She’s not quite sure herself. How can you possibly process the fact you were born, wrapped in a towel, put into a trash bag and put in a dumpster to die – all before you were a day old? 511 more words
At this point and time, there are a lot of things going on in the media where Christians are kind of getting it hard.
I’m okay with that, within reason. 996 more words