Tag Archives: intersectionality

Author Noushin Framke

Except on Palestine?

“I didn’t know church could be like this,” said Sam, a teenager who had come to an event in Fellowship Hall. That Sunday after worship, we had Anna Baltzer speaking about why, as a Jewish-American, she had come to be … Continue reading

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Call to Confession: Week 1

Call to Confession: Race, White Privilege, and the Church Week 1 I Am Racist and so is the Church: An Opening Editorial, Rev. Ginna Bairby Yes, you read the title right. I am racist, and so is the majority-white denomination I … Continue reading

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“A Sharp White Background”: Towards an Intersectional Church

In Zora Neale Hurston’s 1928 essay, “,” she writes about her lived experience as a black woman in the South. She talks about her racial awakening, describing it as “the day I become colored.” She uses many metaphors to talk about race, … Continue reading

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