Becoming Bridge Builders
Summary: Racial equity, anti-racism, and critical race theory are terms that are dividing us as a nation. This podcast seeks to focus on these and delve deeper into the issues behind these terms. There are people who are suffering, and their issues are being discounted or ignored. On this podcast, we explore approaches to build bridges over the rivers of discord. The focus will be on effective solutions to complex issues. Only truth can build the bridge to wholeness.Hosted by B. Keith Haney.
An Interview with Recording Artist Zack Landry
The Racial Landscape of New Orleans
The Foster Care System Nightmare
A Prisoner’s Perspective: The Redemption of a Criminal
Growing Up Black in America
Rural Ministry is Built on Relationships and Discipleship
Ministry Highlight: Redeeming Life House
A Special MLK Day Discussion On the Book White Fragility
Reaching Deaf People, the Silent Population
Reflections on Ministry with Former District President Dan Gilbert
Educational Alternatives During COVID School Closures
How Do Christians and the Church Stand Firm in Uncertain Times?
The Church Should Be More Like Gumbo
Leading a Church to Closing Well and Leave a Legacy
Critical Race Theory is a very weighty subject. Since I don't have a law background, I find that trying to read about it can be overwhelming. Your guest did an admirable job of explaining the basics. I liked how he broke it down into the original theory itself, the secondary application of it in various fields, and the popular soundbites that we typically argue about. I also liked the discussion about how Critical Race Theory compares to Marxism. That could probably fill an entire broadcast in and of itself. Thank you for finding someone to explain this subject.