Segregation in the U.S.

Segregation in the U.S.

After the American Civil War, millions of formerly enslaved African Americans hoped to join the larger society as full and equal citizens. For these formerly enslaved people, the abolition meant freedom. For them, freedom meant an end to whipping, to long hours in the...
Stop Racial Violence

Stop Racial Violence

Racial violence is an important and significant issue in our present time. We have seen, heard and read in the news racially motivated violence in countries across the world, particularly in the United States. Racial violence is a grim reminder of our centuries old...
Are we so different?

Are we so different?

The word different can be defined in many ways and can be taken in different contexts. God created us all spiritually equal. We are all considered brothers and sisters in Christ. Also, God created us with our unique features. Although He wants humanity to be united,...
Race Understanding

Race Understanding

Human race is diverse for a lot of reasons. Biologically, because of different geographical features, humans have adapted and evolved to the immediate environment of their lands. Evolution is a slow and deliberate process intended for the survival of certain species....
How racism becomes routine?

How racism becomes routine?

Racism is a concern that is bigger than we know. It has spread from the confines of the basic communities and neighborhoods to the cities and states and across countries. As mentioned in a previous article (The Big Problem of Racism), stopping or spreading racism...
Institutional Racism

Institutional Racism

Institutional racism is generally defined as s a form of racism expressed in the practice of social and political institutions. Institutional racism is different from individual or personally mediated racism wherein the latter is the racially prejudiced action,...

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