November 25, 2018

An unarmed man was killed because his killers felt threatened by his presence and misunderstood his intentions. They feared for their lives and they shot him until he died. 

Sound familiar?

As I have been scrolling facebook today I have come upon some discourse and debat...

October 18, 2018

I grew to love God in white spaces. Being black in evangelicalism was like a party trick I brought out when things got awkward. If a new song came out that was not too secular and folks wanted to learn the dance--guess who got the floor? Everyone assumed I knew all the...

March 14, 2018

Yes, We Can

Back in 2008, I sent my family the most intense, embarrassing email. I still have it. I read it from time to time just to remind myself of my journey. I wrote it around the time of the election and I knew that most them would vote for Barack Obama. 

I took it...

January 2, 2018

I grew up in a home with parents who attended an HBCU, so I was raised high identity and to love black American culture and experience. My first experience with being black happened because of my socio-economic status I didn’t fit in with the black people in my school…...

October 21, 2017

My friend Sean Watkins recently quipped that I am the only person he knows who goes into a deep theological conversation as an indicator of my sleepiness.  As you know, my favorite pastime is watching films.  And for as long as I have identified as a follower of Jesus,...

September 18, 2017

This video is my attempt to bring clarity to my intentions and the passion behind my social media posts. Hope it clears some things up and puts a relative end to the negative assumptions and text conversations. * I do not aim or claim to speak for all people of color *...

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