The Sacred Work of White Discomfort
If we white Christians can muster the courage to walk in its company, discomfort with our racial history can be a sacred and saving gift.
Dear #WhiteTooLong readers,
Today’s column is a day late and longer than usual. I’ve been wrestling with the complex topic of white discomfort: why a bill in Florida is trying to make it illegal and why white people should embrace it as a sacred gift. I hope you’ll read to the end, where I reflect on my own experiences with white discomfort.
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