Confirmation bias is something we all struggle with. This isn’t new, but over the long-term, we create echo chambers. What challenges do confirmation bias present as racial divisions are forced to the forefront of our lives?
As Hart writes, “Jesus may be our answer, but our projections of Jesus may also be our problem.” How do our projections of Jesus impact our response to racial, economic, and political injustice?
Critical Race Theory (CRT) has recently become a hot topic in many Christian circles. What is CRT? Is CRT a big deal?
People playing “the race card” is a common complaint, but when we argue about the “race card,” we’re only focusing on a single card in an entire deck.
In Trouble I’ve Seen, Drew G.I. Hart distinguishes between horizontal racism (inter-relational) and vertical racism (structural). How do these categories help us identify and talk about racism?