Noticing and Naming Segregation in Your City

Sometime in elementary school you probably learned about separate drinking fountains, segregated lunch counters, and the Civil Rights Movement. For many of us, talk of segregation ended there, with Martin Luther King standing triumphant, segregation defeated. Certainly, all enlightened people now know that segregation was wrong, right? Yet the truth is that, across America most cities, towns, neighborhoods and schools are still segregated.

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Katharine Strange
The Smallest Thing

It was the smallest thing—not the biggest, or newest, or most progressive thing—that helped me put my faith into action and start participating more in God’s reconciling work.

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Katharine Strange