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Lecrae Declares Black Lives Matter in Open Letter to Supporters

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Lecrae has penned a new open letter to his fans and supporters through The Huffington Post where he covers how the pains of humanity, specifically in the area of racism have been ‘draining’ him. Check it out: I was once told you shouldn’t waste time explaining yourself to people bent …

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Bizzle Details His Real Experiences with Racism to DJ Wade-O

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Blanket statements and generalizations made about any people group are harmful, and I also believe are in direct violation of what the Bible teaches us about controlling our speech and tongues. I’ve seen so much of it on social media lately that it’s enough to make one hope the internet …

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Dark-Skinned Women in America – One Woman’s Journey

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A few weeks ago, one of our writers, Charles Russell shared the following photo with all of us at GTHU which he felt was very offensive, as we all did: This picture had been shared on Facebook by an African woman, making an already demoralizing perception even more disturbing. See, what many people don’t …

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Black Lives Matter to Ben & Jerry’s

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It’s not very often we see corporations publicly taking a stand against racial injustices such as Ben & Jerry’s have on their website. This is what they had to say: Why Black lives matter. Black lives matter. They matter because they are children, brothers, sisters, mothers, and fathers. They matter …

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How Accepting Immigrants Into the U.S. Will Lead to the Collapse of Our Country (Video)

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When you look past all of the crap being discussed in this political election, there are actually some very important issues we need to be paying attention to—immigration being one of them. A few months ago, we posted a rather mind-blowing video that adds a level of perspective to the issue that the …

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Michelle Alexander Walks Away From Law to Teach and Study at Seminary

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We recently published an article heavily influenced by one of our country’s foremost intellectuals who is also a civil rights activist, author of The New Jim Crow, and associate professor of law, Michelle Alexander. Last night, Michelle Alexander announced on her Facebook page that she has decided to walk away from law which has …

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Watch Datin Lyrically Question What Really Happened on 9/11

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It’s clear from his lyrical content that God Over Money’s Datin has a sincere interest in eschatology. Those who share that with him know that such an interest will inevitably lead you down a few conspiracy theory rabbit holes as you try to pull God’s word off of the pages …

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Pamela Anderson’s New Anti-Porn Campaign?

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What, exactly, is pornography? por·nog·ra·phy pôrˈnäɡrəfē/ noun printed or visual material containing the explicit description or display of sexual organs or activity, intended to stimulate erotic rather than aesthetic or emotional feelings. The definition of pornography makes most viewers of television and movies consumers of porn. I often ask people …

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Entire Seahawks Team Planning ‘A Big Surprise’ During Sunday’s National Anthem

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According to the Seahawk’s starting linebacker, Bobby Wagner, the entire team is planning ‘a big surprise’ during the national anthem on Sunday before their home game against the Miami Dolphins. “Anything we want to do, it’s not going to be individual. It’s going to be a team thing. That’s what the …

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Does Your Body Language Determine How Others Perceive You?

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Social psychologist and Associate Professor at Harvard Business School, Amy J.C. Cuddy recently did a Ted Talk on how our body language can help shape who we are and how others perceive us. This particular Ted Talk captured my attention because I experience social anxiety and consider myself to be …

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