What a fantastic article about why it is so hard for people to openly discuss race and racism. I challenge any and everyone to read this, fully aware that several or many will stop dead in their tracks. But that’s what hope, faith and understanding is about, that almost everyone will read through it all.
It centers around a person of religion who has back and white members in his family, the discussion and the reactions of that discussion. At some point, hopefully, people will just take the time to listen without feeling they’re being blamed. It’s not that the majority of people are bad, it’s that the majority of people are silent.