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The Race Card Wall
Noah--
Body of Christ's self-inflicted gunshot wound.
Steve--
Prejudice learned quickly. Unlearning never ends.
Kelly--
honesty, clumsy, hope, broken, warming, patient
Andrew--
Christ transcends tribes, genders, generations, denominations.
Kristi--
God's colorful plan for this world.
Dawn--
Different and Unique Perspectives on Life
Vicki--
God's children hail from every race.
Jo-Ann--
Art helps South Africans heal and thrive.
Ben--
A social construct of no value.
David--
Facing past divisions, envisioning elusive unity.
Virginia--
Discovered slave owner ancestry. What now?
Maria--
stand up, speak up, and listen
Bill--
Fous on commonality; not our differences
Leslie--
Diversity represents God's brilliant creation design.
Irene--
I would like to be friends.
Lenzi--
Let's allow differences to unite us.
David--
Majorities get left behind too often.
Gilbert--
Why have things not changed yet?
Debra--
daughter brown mother white joined heart
Dan--
We are not trapped by history.
Emma--
European peoples are all colored differently.
Emma--
White's a color, not a race.
Connor--
I wish I wasn't white.
Luke--
Learn how to serve.
Paula--
We're ALL precious in HIS sight.
Dea--
My hair's not a petting zoo.
Kathy--
In Christ united - challenges remain.
Karis--
Always the minority, even though majority.
Francene--
Listen, acknowledge the hurt and grow.
Lisa--
Beautiful boy, you're not a statistic.
Lori--
Presumptuous generalizations lacking experiential evidence or truth.
Anna--
I'm SO white. reaching out awkwardly.
Lydia--
Will I ever truly belong somewhere?
Mark--
six words cannot do it justice
Elisha--
Equality & Unity ≠ Uniformity
Beth--
black white encounter rage and blood
Michelle--
Blurring the color line at Calvin
Linda--
You're Mexican? Well, present company excepted.
Kjh-Lajhni--
I didn't know I was different.
Amanda--
That we would be the kingdom
Nora--
You're in America. Stop speaking Mexican!
Lauren--
Never thought of myself as different
Martha--
Disingenuous engagement leads to genuine disengagement
Emily--
We're all different. Thank God! Enjoy!
Bob--
Privileged white committed to dismantling racism
Shari--
All have equal value, worth, potential.
Carla--
Accept & Love me as I am
Lexxy--
I am Chilean. I am American.