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Performing Sacred Tragedies

Performing Sacred Tragedies

Alex Adam November 10, 2017 0

A review of Rowan Williams, The Tragic Imagination. After he was shot and killed by police in 2014, Michael Brown’s body lay alone on a street for several hours in Ferguson, Missouri. Two years

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Divided by Faith – By Paul Harvey

Divided by Faith – By Paul Harvey

Paul Harvey March 3, 2015 0

Paul Harvey on Nancy D. Wadsworth’s Ambivalent Miracles: Evangelicals and the Politics of Racial Healing Nancy Wadsworth’s stimulating new work on the politics of racial healing came to my attention just as news about national

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MRBlog: On the Journey to White Shame – By Christopher Driscoll

MRBlog: On the Journey to White Shame – By Christopher Driscoll

Christopher Driscoll December 8, 2014 0

The human relations I valued most were held cheap by the world I lived in.  White lesbian Southern novelist and woman of letters Lillian Smith wrote these words (and those that follow in italics)

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fergu(losta)son: mourning michael brown – By J. Kameron Carter

fergu(losta)son: mourning michael brown – By J. Kameron Carter

J. Kameron Carter August 19, 2014 0

J. Kameron Carter performs a commentary in verse on Michael Brown and Ferguson fergu(losta)son: mourning michael brown broked up words, broked down flesh, i’m broke, holl’in, hear me, screamin’, don’t fear me gunned down

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