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I saw a fried egg and realized that my skin color is closer to the yolk than to the white.

Let’s crack the shell that evaluating people by skin color has used to imprison our culture in centuries of racial injustice and misunderstanding.

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Don’t know much about CRT, but I do know . . .

I’ve never read CRT and never taken a class on it. I only know about it through social media, so I’m sure my knowledge of it isn’t very accurate. However, for many decades, I’ve searched American history to learn about … Continue reading

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Thoughts that make assumptions based on a person’ color

Living in a society where color has been a major issue for centuries (and remains one today), it’s hard not to sometimes have negative thoughts about people based on the shade of their skin. Such thoughts are often seen as … Continue reading

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It’s time to move beyond skin color to joyful heart connection!

No matter the color Of the chin I love to see kind faces Radiating love from within! History’s big color-lie That’s far too slow to die Says, “The darker the skin, The less valuable Is the person within.” It’s time … Continue reading

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This is American history, not CRT

Attempting to take a broad and honest look at history and its impact on the present, is research, not Critical Race Theory. American history is a peculiar mixture of idyllic freedom for some and unjust, lifelong bondage for others. Both … Continue reading

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Black lives didn’t matter when . . .

Many people want to ignore, hide, or deny the fact that Black lives didn’t matter in much of America’s history. However, ignoring and/or justifying racism in the past or present is divisive. Here are a few historical facts. Black lives … Continue reading

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The CET approach to history — criticize the bad, embrace the good

People are divided about Critical Race Theory (CRT). CRT advocates want to criticize the bad things in history, while CRT opponents want to embrace the good things from the past. Perhaps there’s a more balanced approach. We need Critical/Embrace Theory. … Continue reading

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I love to be around misfit Christ-followers who daily walk with Jesus outside of religious boxes.

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Ignoring history’s color-based atrocities devalues people of color

To downplay, deny, or hide atrocities that were done to people because of their color, is to devalue all who look like them. To be unwilling to openly tell and expose the full truth about the people who suffered race-based … Continue reading

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