Building (Racial) Houses

A house can be many things. It can be a place where a family grows; where people gather to nourish each other with food and stories; where they go to rest and rejuvenate after a long day. A house can be a location that someone names as the place where they live; points to as … Continue reading

Rachel Dolezal: One thing we must definitely not do . . .

I’m clearly not alone in my utter inability to quite wrap my head around this story. At the most mundane level (i.e., setting aside for a moment the many contentious racial implications) so many details here are beyond bizarre. I can’t seem to let go of the most surface kinds of questions. If Dolezal’s family … Continue reading

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