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Is America Truly Land of the Free?

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In the current climate of police shootings, protests that get out of hand, and growing racial tensions that sometimes are backed by political divides, you hear the term “civil rights” tossed around frequently. But does that term fit every situation that we see, especially when it is between the citizens …

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Lessons of Social Justice From Moses

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No matter when your Christian journey started, most would likely agree that the story of Moses and the Israelites was one of the first Bible stories learned. It’s basic introductory literature of the faith. However, in this article I want to highlight a few lessons that your Sunday school teacher …

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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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