And because of this, they trusted Dunikoski with a kind of trust that is often only extended to those closest to us—family—and called her Auntie to prove it.
It’s wrong to hold the abused partner equally responsible for reconciling with the abuser
Another live taken. Another public lynching. Another news story. Another act of recorded black death.
The reality is, centuries and generations of witnessing Black flesh disemboweled in our streets has socialized our conscience to accept it as normal.
Individual churches have a responsibility to become aware of our complicity in that which undermines abundant life for all.