Posts Tagged ‘black history month’
Black History Month: The Roots of Our Crisis
Top photo: Meeting of the KKK, Oregon Historical Society, 1920s. Bottom photo: January 6th Insurrection, Getty Images, 2021. The Roots of Our Crisis By Bishop Van Gayton, TDBI Senior Fellow “The church too must face its historic obligation in this crisis. In the final analysis the problem of race is not a political but moral…Read More
Why Black History Month?
Why Black History Month? Rev. Dr. Van Gayton No people can be healthy and mature without knowing their own history. According to Berea College, sankofa is an African word from the Akan tribe in Ghana that means know history. The symbol is a mythic bird and the literal translation of the word is “it is not taboo to…Read More