The power of dogma. Continue reading Black unity
(3) Cross theology
I conceived this post many months ago, at a time when I did not find what I was hearing on Sunday mornings was meeting my needs or the needs I see in the community. Throughout this piece, I apprehend projecting my own needs onto the community. I might can’t help that.
Elephants are so much like people.
Someone earned a good, swift kick in the ovaries.
Job applicant outraged after company shares her bikini photo on Instagram as ‘PSA’: ‘This is not doing you any favors’
Now that I’m seeking it, I can talk about it.
Is the Balkanization of public thought inevitable? Can anything be done about it?
“Who built this country?” One black guy asked another black guy this question. Only black people ask it, and they only ask it of other black people. They normally won’t ask it if any white people are around. The shelter population is 75% black; otherwise I’m pretty sure he’d not have asked it.
Hey! It’s a college course about guys like me!
But from three credits, I’m a-not learn much. Continue reading “Angry White Male Studies”