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Racial healing and justice

November 28, 2023

Rhonda Thomas: Accurately teaching history is a moral issue

Legislation limiting what can be taught in public schools fueled a Florida nonprofit’s decision to develop a Black history toolkit for faith communities.

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Stained glass, steeples and financial sustainability

An effort to preserve Black churches is entering its next cycle under the direction of the National Trust for Historic Preservation’s African American Cultural Heritage Action Fund.

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Technological hesitancy and digital reluctance can be barriers to digital justice

Negative attitudes toward the adoption of technology during the pandemic raise issues of fairness and justice into the future, writes the author of a study on the post-pandemic church.

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Hard truths are sacred

White Christians must be willing to live in the discomfort of letting their version of Christianity go, says a professor of theology and ethics.

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