A fascinating, deep dive into the Newark, New Jersey police department and the challenges it faces with policies, mistrust, the stress of the job and the changes the police department is going through.
Author Jemar Tisby traces the intertwining of race, the church and politics from the 1400's into the 21st century in his 12-part study series with episodes ranging from 5 to 26 minutes. Tisby clearly shows how racism has been woven into the fabric of American life with the church's explicit and implicit support.
Professor Tim Mackie of Western Seminary narrates a quick sub-6 minute visually appealing video detailing the origin and nuances of justice according to the Bible.
Baylor University professor George Yancey says that the white fragility term has some truths, but there is a better way to engage in dialogue and come up with solutions between people of different colors.
A moving, impassioned sermon by Progressive Baptist Church's (Chicago, IL) Charlie Dates who says that racism in America is a fundamental theological issue as some people don't see that humans are unique and are created by God.
Pastor and podcaster Mike Erre deftly answers this question ("Prove to me that the Bible says I must value black lives, and hate ethnic supremacy.”) that he received on Twitter using Biblical proof. Delivered in the style of a sermon.
A fiery piece of commentary that was penned in 2017. It lists three reasons - "individualistic theology, a sanitized version of history, and good old white centering" - why the author stopped talking about racial reconciliation and started talking about white supremacy.
After breaking down what privilege means author Jemar Tisby gives Christians ways to engage in their local communities while giving a Biblical framework for understanding privilege and how to use it for good.
A short, powerful article that calls on Christians to use their faith to examine their behavior and perspectives.
A heart felt opinion piece with nuance and honesty that focuses on repentance, justice and love.