Black History Month Closing Statement

It is February 28 and we are at the end of Black History Month. Tomorrow, we return to the ouroboros of white history and I would advise my friends and acquaintances to be cognizant of that much. Eleven months out of the year is what we spend celebrating the inconspicuous and ubiquitous nature of whitenessContinue reading “Black History Month Closing Statement”

Richard Poplar: A Black Confederate ‘Soldier’ & Other Lies

White supremacy will use all means possible and available to save itself from public scrutiny. 

Reparations Revisited: The Case of Japanese Americans vs African Americans

I will add that racism is a feature, not a bug, of the United States of America.

One Year of Blogging in the Books!

I launched this blog one year ago today.

Love Your Neighbor: Afghanistan

Love your neighbor.

Book Review: After Evangelicalism

Distrust of higher education has been an enduring feature of fundamentalism and evangelicalism.

Of Christians, Pandemics, and Pro-Life Hypocrisy

Bear one another’s burdens.

When and where is racism ever acceptable?

Where can a racist person live out their racist sentiments without the fear of public reprisal and invective?

Christ in Alabama by Langston Hughes

Christ is a nigger.

Vergangenheitsaufarbeitung and Other Things

Working off the past.

New Book Review: Life of a Klansman

Whiteness is not a deformation of thought, but a kind of thought itself.

New Book Review: Reparations – A Christian Call to Repentance and Repair

New Review Up & Running!

Reparations: A Discussion Revisited

The action of making amends for a wrong one has done, by providing payment or other assistance to those who have been wronged.

Jourdon Anderson & The Funniest Letter of the 19th Century

I thought the Yankees would have hung you long before this, for harboring Rebs they found at your house.

Abraham Lincoln and the Narrative of White Messiahship

I am not, nor ever have been, in favor of bringing about in any way the social and political equality of the white and black races. – Abraham Lincoln