Juneteenth: Reflections on a National Holiday

Juneteenth: Reflections on a National Holiday

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Reparations for Black Mental Health Counselors

In my second book, How to Fight Racism, I wrote a section called "Create a Pipeline of Mental Health Therapists of Color." In it I suggested that "you or your church could contribute to scholarship funds for people of color interested in getting trained in mental health and thera ...  Show more

"The Exvangelicals": An Interview with NPR Reporter Sarah McCammon

There is a movement of people who grew up in evangelical Christianity out of those circles. These are ex-evangelicals or "exvangelicals."  Now Sarah McCammon, a politics reporter for NPR, has given us the first book-length treatment of this movement and the individuals within it. ...  Show more

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