As the month of February is coming to an end, we want to remind you that your Black History should not come to an end. The time to learn Black History is every month of the year and should be celebrated and taught as such.Today we want to lift up some of the people that have and will continue teaching us on our anti-racism journey. Join us and give them a follow! @ubthecure@tvrasche@lennyduncan@jackiehillperry@email@example.com@ckyourprivilege@myishathill@ethelsclub@strongblacklead
THERE IS NO HISTORY WITHOUT BLACK HISTORY (Say it loud for the people in the back!) Let us all celebrate and reflect on Black History Month, but do not let these conversations be reduced to one month of the year. You can't tell US history without black history. Black history is not something separate from the entirety of American history as we have past made it out to be. We want to hear how you are teaching, learning, and celebrating our country's diversity all year long!
People Are Not Property and never should be. For the month of January, $10 of each People Are Not Property garment will go to the organization called United Against Human Trafficking (@unitedagainsthumantrafficking).UAHT's mission is to end human trafficking through preventing exploitation, educating the community, and empowering survivors. They work to train law enforcement officers, first-responders, and those professions who are likely to come in contact with victims, on how to fight human trafficking while they are at work.Click here to support United Against Human Trafficking and donate directly! #EndSlavery #EndHumanTrafficking #HereWeStand Shop our People Are Not Property collection here.
In 1521, Martin Luther said, “Here I stand.” Now in 2021, we as the body of Christ must stand together. It is time for the church to unite and say, “Here we stand, we can do no other. God help us. Amen.” This is where we stand.
“Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere. We are caught in an inescapable network of mutuality, tied in a single garment of destiny. Whatever affects one directly, affects all indirectly.” – Letter from a Birmingham Jail, April 16, 1963 It is hard to imagine moving forward from where we are as a church and society without naming the events that brought us to this place as a series of unjust actions by leadership and powerful people. Jesus showed us in his actions how important it is to seek justice, speak truth to power, and defend those whose power or voice...