Won’t you be My Neighbor?

“What do you think? Which of the three became a neighbor to the man attacked by robbers?”“The one who treated him kindly,” the religion scholar responded. Jesus said, “Go and do the same Luke 10:25-37 The Message (MSG) The Jews typically interpreted “neighbor,” meaning “one who is near,” in terms of members of the same … Continue reading

Chasing the Dusk

The telephone survey of 500 Durham, N.C. residents included 160 whites, 151 blacks, and 167 Latinos, with a margin of sampling error of about plus or minus 8 percentage points for each group. The above information was originally published By THE NEW YORK TIMES |  Paula McClain, The Journal of Politics Dusk: The state or period of partial darkness between day and night; the dark part of twilight. As we … Continue reading

The Story of Race

Thank you once again to our guest Blogger Starlett McNeill for her careful look into the social construct known as race.  Origoinally Posted by Starlette McNeill ⋅ June 19, 2012 THE DAILY RACE       “Race is so deeply imbedded in our lives it appears to be the natural order of things. We must … Continue reading