Joined by Pepperdine professors Christina Littlefield and Zachary Luben, the Melanated Muckraker goes into a deep discussion on the harmful effect of Christianity and what makes it worthwhile for POC to follow it. Debating ideas of contextualization, history, the new testament, the MM will try to give an answer to see if BIPOC should be a part of the Christian community.
Guest speaker Myles Dennis joins co-hosts Celine Foreman and Anitiz Muonagolu for a compelling conversation regarding Juneteenth, Black History, Critical Race Theory and commercialization. This is a timely conversation you won’t want to miss!
In the midst of the pandemic, people have just now realized that Asian lives are increasingly exposed to hate crimes. If anyone wants to use the abbreviation ALM, make sure it’s a reference to how Asian Lives Matter.
Does a Black life need to be equivocated to an animal for it to be seen as a life that matters? Five unlikely individuals come together in “Polar Bears, Black Boys & Prairie Fringed Orchids” to discuss microaggressions, implicit biases and why a single flower is worth more than a 12-year-old boy’s life.
“I’m in the process of getting my citizenship in Uganda. So I will be an African American.” —Jim Gash