Views on racial equity, allyship, and inclusion by Our Human Family

Sylvia Wohlfarth

Down the Rabbit Hole

🏆 In this Equal People 2022 Short Story Writing Contest award-winner by Sylvia Wohlfarth, an English teacher wrestles with her prejudice when confronted with facts, family, and firsthand experience ...

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OHF Weekly, Clay Rivers

Until the Lion Tells the Story

VOL 4 NO 19: Clay Rivers on how power determines America’s narrative, who tells it, and more; Erik Deckers on the irritating and derailing nature of “#NotAllWhitePeople”; and Jesse Wilson on the indignities People of Color suffer due to their skin color ...

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OHF Weekly, Clay Rivers

Is God Love?

VOL 4 NO 18: Clay Rivers, John Metta, Michael Greiner, and Rebecca Hyman tackle love in Christianity, surviving and thriving as a Black person in white America, the benefits of restorative justice, and the origins of whiteness ...

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John Metta

Such a Thing as Grace

What does it take to survive as a Black person in a predominantly white world?John Metta shares the answer in this letter to his niece, Jayla, inspired by James Baldwin’s “Letter to My Nephew” ...

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OHF Weekly, Sherry Kappel

On Icons and Justice

VOL 4 NO 17: Sherry Kappel on the role of an icon and the purpose they do—or don’t—fulfill. What are their qualifications? When do they do more harm than good? And other related topics ...

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