Is It Because I Am Black?

She hurried to the other side of the tunnel when she saw me walking toward her. She clutched her purse. She put her head down and she rushed past me. I didn’t do anything to startle her. Why is she afraid of me? I had only greeted her with a faint smile. Why is she…

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America Is So White

According to several studies, black Americans make up only 13% of the American population. Contrastingly, white Americans make up 62% of the American population. Which effectively makes white Americans the racial majority and black Americans a racial minority in America. What is the significance of that? Well, if you’ve been following entertainment news lately, you’ve…

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Let’s be Honest About Reverse-Racism

A few weeks ago, a black friend said to me, “black people can be prejudiced, but they cannot be racists. Reverse-racism doesn’t exist.” I’ve been mulling over the comments ever since, especially because the comments are not from an unbeliever—they are from a Christian. And as I’ve discovered, there are many other black Christians who share…

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