Officials across the South have decided to remove Confederate monuments in several cities amid heated rallies and demonstrations. In New Orleans, the city council voted to remove four monuments prominently displayed in the city. The contractors who removed the statues had to wear masks and flack jackets under the cover of night due to threats […]
Tag: Racial Reconciliation
For over thirty years, U.S. citizens have celebrated the third Monday of January as the Martin Luther King, Jr. national holiday. A day set aside for this remarkable civil rights leader should be universally welcome, but I admit that I approach the day with mixed feelings. Which Dr. King do we honor on his national […]
The theme of the the Presbyterian Church in America’s 44th General Assembly was “Refreshed In and For the Cross.” For those present on the evening of June 23, 2016, it may have been one of the most refreshing times in the denomination’s history. That night, Overture 43: Pursuing Racial Reconciliation and the Advancement of the […]
During the 2016 Together for the Gospel (T4G) conference, Ligon Duncan and Jemar Tisby presented a workshop entitled, “The Reformation and Racial Reconciliation.” Duncan is the Chancellor and CEO of Reformed Theological Seminary and has helped lead racial reconciliation efforts at the seminary and in his denomination. Jemar Tisby is the Director of the African […]
Podcast: Play in new window | Download Jemar shares his experiences from this year’s T4G as well as an overview of his breakout session on the A.R.C. of Racial Reconciliation. Subscribe – iTunes – Satchel – RSS Social – @_PassTheMic – Facebook
I had the honor of presenting at the 2016 Together for the Gospel conference on the A.R.C. of Racial Reconciliation. It was part of a breakout session I did jointly with Ligon Duncan, Chancellor of Reformed Theological Seminary. In it, I explained the essential elements of all genuine racial reconciliation. A = Awareness The phrase […]
Podcast: Play in new window | Download Jemar and Tyler are joined by Ekemini Uwan to discuss her recent RAANetwork blog post “Where Are Our White Allies?” and address practical ways in which white Christians can stand with their black brothers and sisters in the pursuit of racial reconciliation. Subscribe – iTunes – Satchel – RSS […]
In this article, Duke Kwon reviews Coates’ Between The World And Me. Kwon shows us how the language used in this book regarding black “bodies” finds critical resonance with Christian theology.
Four guests from a special live podcast of Pass the Mic give practical steps for moving forward after the Charleston shooting.
Jemar sits down with the President of the Ethics and Religious Liberties Commission, Dr Russell Moore to discuss his presentation at the Racial Reconciliation Summit earlier this year. Podcast: Play in new window | Download Subscribe – iTunes – Stitcher Social – @_PassTheMic – Facebook
Racial harmony is important. Got it. But how do you actually do it? Find out how at the “Doing Racial Harmony” workshop hosted by the RAANetwork at the #TGC15 national conference.