Tag Archives: African American

Ferguson as History

by Eric Washington. Last summer as I prepared my scheduled readings for my African-American history course, the background noise on my living room television reverberated with the tense voices of journalists and people all unnerved in the St. Louis County … Continue reading

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Book Note: Aliens in the Promised Land, ed. by Anthony Bradley

by Eric Washington. Edited by the prolific theologian Anthony Bradley, Aliens in the Promised Land: Why Minority Leadership Is Overlooked in White Christian Churches and Institutions (Phillipsburg, NJ: P&R Publishing, 2013)┬áis a timely collection of essays that challenge the Evangelical … Continue reading

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The Half Has Never Been Told

by Jim Bratt. From time to time I like to use this blog to air out some conversation, or combat, going on inside the guild of American historians. The arguments never stop, with the happy consequence that we members of … Continue reading

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