Q&A: Race Reparations

by Duke Kwon and Gabe Lyons

Learning works best when we participate together. That’s why we created Q&A, a series that explores the big topics that come out of our Q Conference. We’re inviting you to participate with us as we watch these...

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Building Bridges

by Latasha Morrison

In society, racism is more prevalent than ever, engendering doubts, fears, suspicions, and even hostility about the “other.” LaTasha Morrison leads an organization dedicated to building bridges that span racial, experiential, and socio-economic divides. Her stories provide a framework through...

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Christian Churches Still Struggle With Race, How To Discuss It, What To Do

by Chuck Mingo and USA Today

On a Wednesday night at Crossroads Church in the Cincinnati neighborhood Corryville, about 30 people — equal numbers white and black, more women than men — stand in a circle in a basement meeting room. A church leader asks them to give a...

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