For this week's #CommonAction, we encourage you to support a Black-owned business in your community. Check out these Louisville lists.
May Juneteenth not only be a day to celebrate, but also a day for many of us to listen, to learn, and to refresh our minds of our history, so that we all can come together for a brighter future of peace and liberty for all.
This session examines the identity, humanity and trials of Jesus, and also identifies the effects of implicit bias that keep people from understanding and embracing the Black Lives Matter movement.
"The faith in which I believe is also invoked by many who believe in war, believe in racial injustices, believe in self-righteous and lying forms of tyranny. My life must, then, be a protest against these..."