BLM

In Favour of 'Global Majority'

11 Dec 2020

Being from the United States of America, I hadn't heard of the term BAME before I came to the UK. BAME stands for Black, Asian and minority ethnic. I was told that this is was a term which defined me; a term to help identify my experiences for other people. BAME is a term that was designed to...

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Movement 162: Blackness, Queerness, and the Missio Dei

17 Sep 2020

Like every marginalized group, Black communities and LGBTQIA+ communities have safe spaces. They are spaces of inclusion that foster safety, belonging, and sometimes family. These two groups often experience similar rejection and discrimination but at the same time can fiercely be opposed to...

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Black Grief

9 Jun 2020

Systematic racism and police brutality towards Black people is not news to many of us. There are not enough words that can fully articulate the pain and grief that comes when a fellow Black person is targeted and killed, simply because of the pigment on their skin.

George Floyd’s death...

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When Will Black Lives Matter?

8 Jun 2020

As a Black British woman, it has taken some time to gather my thoughts around the latest in a long list of (publicly known) murders of black people at the hands of American law enforcers; that being the murder of George Floyd, 46. This has come so soon after the murders of Breonna Taylor, 26,...

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It's Time To Listen

8 Jun 2020

This is a time for people who are not black to listen to those who are. Deanna asked some of her friends and family in the black community what they had to say about recent events:

“Speak out and act when you see injustice. Don’t judge people based on their appearance. Treat...

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Anti-Racism Resources

8 Jun 2020

"It's really important if you care about these issues and care about ending racism in our society then you familiarise yourself with the ways in which race has shaped our society." - Reni Eddo-Lodge

We all need to be committed to learning, praying, self-...
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