White People: Talk to Your Kids about Racism

If you’re a parent, this is no time to be silent with your kids. Get in front of the hard conversation about the realities of racism. We can speak to our kids in age-appropriate ways. We can be models for them. We know racial injustice exists. We wouldn’t be here if it didn’t. We must teach our children about racism. If we don’t, someone else … Continue reading White People: Talk to Your Kids about Racism

What’s that Sound?

The below sermon was preached on this Sunday morning, 5/31/20, (and also posted to his blog) by my loving Brother, Pastor Todd Atkins-Whitley in Danville, CA. Whether you show up in our world as secular or religious, the words spoken matter. #blacklivesmatter This sermon was preached at Danville Congregational Church United Church of Christ on May 31, 2020 My friends—what a heart-breaking week this has … Continue reading What’s that Sound?

Oppression – My Story About Being Female

I remember the first time I was sexually violated. I was 13 years old and just out of middle-school. While I was “in love” with a boy in my 8th grade class, I had no idea what sex was. I do not recall ever having a “sex-ed” class at school. As far as my young mind was concerned, sex was kissing a boy with an … Continue reading Oppression – My Story About Being Female