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Trevor Noah

Trevor Noah was born on February 20, 1984 in Johannesburg, South Africa (Walker). At the time of his birth, Apartheid was still a looming social issue in the country.  876 more words

Biographies

Stories Worth Telling: Black Panther and the Rise of Diversity in Popular Culture

Patricia Ng | March 28, 2018

No matter what you say about the Marvel cinematic franchise, they are making some bold moves. Rather than simply making films about popular superheroes, they have now moved on to lesser-known characters, especially those belonging to minority groups. 854 more words

Inciting Sparks Articles

Horowitz: How Progressives Use Race as a Weapon Against Our Country

HOROWITZ: HOW PROGRESSIVES USE RACE AS A WEAPON AGAINST OUR COUNTRY

ㅤ”The empowering inspiration that created American civilization is inscribed in the certificate of its birth. 350 more words

Politics

Episode 13: Mixed Race

When people are constantly trying to size you up and figure out what you are, it can cause you to question your identity. Being mixed or biracial can be a beautiful thing, filled with many cultures coming together to create a lively and exciting home life. 153 more words

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Diversity & Church

Both of these words are charged with meaning.

We all know that church is a segregated place. Whether we want to admit it or not, we worship with people we trust, people we know, people we have a story with, and most often these people look just like us.   220 more words

Reflections

Fighting Racism with the Gospel

All of us who know and follow the risen Christ have a call upon us to fight evil and expose evil. There are dozens of Scriptures that could be brought to bear on that first sentence but I am not going to list them all here (I don’t have time at the moment). 480 more words

The Bible & "White Supremacy"

About three weeks ago, while I was off the grid for a few days in the hills of Kentucky, a contingency of white nationalist, neo-Nazi and Ku Klux Klan members were marching across the campus of the University of Virginia in Charlottesville chanting phrases of white supremacy and carrying lit torches in their hands. 1,530 more words

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