Black Female Theologian Takes Reconciliation Beyond Race

(Image: iStock/digitalskillet) The other day, I spoke with Christena Cleveland, a black female theologian (I didn’t know they existed) and associate professor of the Practice of Reconciliation at Duke University’s School of Divinity. You may have heard of racial reconciliation, a desperately needed movement in the church, which has historically …

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The Impact of Trump’s Anti-Muslim Immigration Ban is Huge

(Image: iStock.com/Juanmonino) President Trump’s asserts that the travel and entry ban is not anti-Muslim, it’s “anti-terror,” but it’s the same type of poorly disguised discrimination. The court has struck down similar bans that were “drawn against a background of racial and economic tension.” University of Illinois labor and employment relations …

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Stephanie Ready Becomes First Full-Time Female NBA Analyst

Ready will move from sideline reporter to full-time analyst Stephanie Ready (Image: Twitter) FOX Sports Southeast has announced that Stephanie Ready will be moving from sideline reporter for the Charlotte Hornets to game analyst, alongside Dell Curry and Eric Collins. While other women, including Ann Meyers and Nancy Lieberman, have …

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GOP congressman explains why people don’t need paid family leave, leaves ‘Morning Joe’ speechless

“I don’t think the government should be forcing that.” CREDIT: MSNBC/SCreenshot On Tuesday morning’s Morning Joe, host Mika Brzezinski welcomed House Freedom Caucus member Raul Labrador (R-ID) to discuss the failure of the Republican health care plan. Labrador opposed Trumpcare for not cutting enough, so Brzezinski opened the interview by asking …

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