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African Me & Satellite TV, on Lisa Burton Radio

Today on Lisa Burton Radio, we’re on the phone with Princess Sithole, all the way from Zimbabwe. I’m your host, Lisa the robot girl. “Welcome Princess.” 1,933 more words

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The Unintended Message in "All Lives Matter"

All Lives Matter is a collective response to explosive racial tensions, the go to catch phrase for those fed up with heated and controversial arguments of America’s racial divide. 418 more words

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A Thought for Today

Montrell Jackson recently said on Facebook that it was hard to be a black police officer in Baton Rouge.  In uniform some of the people he was trying to serve hated him but out of uniform some of his coworkers saw him as a threat (source – BBC).  1,166 more words

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Humility as the Answer to Race Relations and Violence (Mosiah 21:6-15)

In Mosiah 21, the people of Limhi (Nephites) are living under Lamanite rule – according to an arrangement that had been made between the king of the Lamanites and Limhi. 747 more words

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"Roll, Jordan, Roll": A Critique of Slavery and a Story of Hope

The spiritual “Roll, Jordan, Roll” is one of the most well-known of the “sorrow songs”. W.E.B. Du Bois coined the term “sorrow songs” in his 1903 publication, … 1,746 more words

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The "Dream": A Critical Concept in Between the World and Me

This was originally a formal paper but has been modified into a blog post.

Everyone dreams, but one individual’s dream may be another’s nightmare. Ta-Nehisi Coates references a “Dream” with this duality in his 2015 memoir… 2,488 more words

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The Fight for Equality: Du Bois and Woolf

W.E.B. Du Bois and Virginia Woolf each wrote as proponents for equality of their respective groups, black men and women. Despite this similarity, their approaches differed immensely. 518 more words

Drawing Connections