The Myth of Equality with Ken Wytsma

White people find race challenging to talk about. Far too often conversations around race summon feelings of shame and anger. Author, pastor and justice activist Ken Wytsma helps us talk about white privilege and white supremacy. How can we have the conversations that are healing and holy?

Story Men - November 17, 2017

The Myth of Equality with Ken Wytsma

The Myth of Equality with Ken Wytsma

White people find race challenging to talk about. Far too often conversations around race summon feelings of shame and anger. Author, pastor and justice activist Ken Wytsma helps us talk about white privilege and white supremacy. How can we have the conversations that are healing and holy?

From Series: "StoryMen Season 8"

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How do you talk about white privilege and white supremacy?

Author: JR. Forasteros

JR. lives in Dallas, TX with his wife Amanda. In addition to exploring the wonders that are the Lone Star state, JR. is the teaching pastor at Catalyst Community Church, a writer and blogger. His book, Empathy for the Devil, is available from InterVarsity Press. He’s haunted by the Batman, who is in turn haunted by the myth of redemptive violence.

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