Miseducation of Privilege

As a Black Christian woman I have more anxiety on the Sunday or Monday following tragic events such as the #Charlottesville attack because the work of racial reconciliation is exhausting.  The Sunday following Charlottesville (which happened to be less than 24 hours later), I remember being hopeful as I entered church that I would regainContinue reading “Miseducation of Privilege”

Perspectives on Privilege & Racial Reconciliation: A Collaborative Blog Series

My friend Shamika KariKari, affectionately known as Mika, has gathered myself and two other women to collaborate on perspectives in privilege and racial reconciliation over the next four weeks. I’m stoked to collaborate with these women!  Mika starts us off  this week with her heart and perspective.   Heather and Holly were the first friendsContinue reading “Perspectives on Privilege & Racial Reconciliation: A Collaborative Blog Series”

Paralysis of Injustice

I have never run a marathon and I do not intend to add this item to my bucket list. ¬†However, annually, in our city of #Cincinnati, thousands of people gather in support of “The Flying Pig Marathon.” ¬†Why it’s called the Flying Pig, I do not know; however, I do know that marathon runners canContinue reading “Paralysis of Injustice”