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The A.R.C. of Racial Reconciliation

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  1. Alpha Plus says:

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  2. Thank you for your talk at T4G. I really appreciate your wisdom. I’m praying that God will graciously help me become/stay “woke” (as you taught).

    Praying for you and the ministry of RAAN from here in Maryland. May God graciously give you joy, patience, and endurance as you strengthen the Church.

  3. Jemar says:

    Thansk, Paige!

  4. John N says:

    Thank you for directing me to AALI. I’ve been listening to lectures all day and very blessed by them.

    However, I checked out your recommended social media, Huffington Post’s Black Voices. Here are some of the article titles from today:

    Cable News Won’t Stop Whitesplaining Black Issues

    5 Things Black Women with Naturals Need to do when Preparing for a Sexy Nightcap

    The Shocking Statics Trans Women of Color Face

    The 2 Percent Problem and What I’m Doing About It, (by apostate crooked shepherd, Reverend Jesse Jackson)

    Hampton University’s First Drag Queen

    North Carolina NAACP Promises Sit Ins if Anti Queer Law Isn’t Repealed

    And that’s just a few of the titles!!!!

    Jemar, please help me understand what reading Black Voices will do to benefit any Christian? It is rife with filthy racist, abortion promoting, homosexuality promoting garbage.

    Please, please explain.

    1. Jemar says:

      John,
      As I mentioned several times during my presentation the point is not to agree with all/most/any of the information provided at these sites. I never claimed they were spiritually edifying. The point is to diversify your information sources. If you want to know what certain segments of the population are thinking and talking about along with how they are thinking and talking about it, these sites are helpful. If they cause you too much dissonance then you can disregard.

  5. Awesome, Jemar! Thanks for sharing your notes! Will there be a recording, too?

    You have a real knack for making memorable and quotable quotes. (It’s all that Tweeting experience, I guess! 🙂

    I wanted to mention that Henry Louis Gates Jr.’s “Many Rivers” series is one that parents/teachers should screen first before showing to kids, just because there are occasionally disturbing images used that might be hard for sensitive youngsters to deal with. The voice-over narratives and interviews are all terrific, though (so you can feel confident listening even w/o the visuals sometimes).

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