Race Relations

How to Find the Table of Brotherhood

Do you remember when we all used to like each other? I do.  In fact, I remember when our shared national aspiration was to dream big dreams and become bigger people. A few years ago, I was at an upscale burger place in Atlanta with my youngest daughter.  The.

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Our Black Ancestry: A Personal Story

When my friend Diana told me about her family legacy, I was stunned. But no more stunned than when she discovered it herself. Here, in her own words, is Diana Roman’s story: My mother’s frequent phrase was, “There, but for the grace of God, go I.” It’s engraved on.

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