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No, Bridgerton does NOT need to address racism

Kristina Button

Note: This article contains descriptions of Bridgerton that some readers might consider to be minor spoilers and links to articles that contain spoilers.Can Black folks get a moment of peace? Can we exist without always having to address our collective trauma?  Since the start of the pandemic, I have found myself implementing every imaginable method […]

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Editor’s Pick: Decolonized Discipleship (Book Excerpt)

Ekemini Uwan

Editor’s Note: The following is an excerpt from Truth’s Table: Black Women’s Musings on Life, Love, and Liberation. Preorder your copy today! From the chapter, “DECOLONIZED DISCIPLESHIP” by Ekemini Uwan The irony of all ironies is that I originally wrote this essay, “Decolonized Discipleship,” years ago because an “urban” white evangelical organization reached out and […]

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Meet Natasha Robinson, Witness Foundation Interim President

The Witness

Meet Natasha Robinson, who will be serving as Interim President of The Witness Foundation. You can learn more about The Witness Foundation and its work at www.thewitnessfoundation.co Natasha Sistrunk Robinson is the President of T3 Leadership Solutions, Inc. She is a graduate of the United States Naval Academy (2002), former United States Marine Corps Captain, and former […]

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Taking Spit: When spiritual abuse masquerades as anointing

Ally Henny

My good friend Jemar Tisby recently wrote an excellent article for The Witness BCC about the latest controversy to surround Transformation Church in Tulsa, OK and Pastor Mike Todd. In his article, Jemar offers a poignant response to “Spittlegate” and casts vision for the church as it should be. I hope that you will take […]

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