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FYI: “Black” isn’t synonymous with “African American”

A conversation about blackness, ethnicity, nationality, and identity.

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Evangelical leaders on SGM: Circle the wagons

On the sickening refusal of reformed evangelical leaders to hold C.J. Mahaney and Sovereign Grace at all accountable, even as more and more victims come forward with their stories.

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When dudebros protest too much

If you think being perceived as racist or sexist is worse than actually engaging in racism or sexism, you might be a dudebro.

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The cult of the Greater Cause

Being “right” is less important than the effects of what we do.

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AWH radio and podcast guest spots

A few spots on radio shows and podcasts in the past couple weeks that AWH readers might be interested in checking out.

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Let’s Talk About Names: Britni

As we began planning a wedding and a life together, we kept coming back what to do about our last names.

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Do public schools hate Christian kids? No.

Do public schools hate Christian kids? No.

“The Thaw” claims that public schools persecute Christian students.

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The perils of funny feminism

Are feminists losing sight of how humor can oppress in a rush to be seen as funny?

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Let’s Talk About Names: Nia

Having people see you the way you want to be seen – the way you see yourself – is a privilege. Without it, every day is a battle to have your identity validated, a battle against erasure and for self-determination.

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