Monthly Archives: June 2015

No cheap grace

Most of us are struck by the words Emanuel AME members speak to Dylann Roof, words that speak peace to the man who killed their loved ones, words that attempt to redeem pain by the example of a loving and suffering savior. Without a doubt, offering this … Continue reading

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Rachel Dolezal, Dylann Roof … and us

What does an impersonator of blackness have in common with a white supremacist? Warped white responses to the racialized reality we live in. One rejected the white race card she was dealt and wrapped herself in an appropriated black life; the … Continue reading

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