Featured Image: Unsplash On January 6th, MiChelle Carpenter stood crying as she washed her dishes. She had CNN playing and was watching the insurrection on the Capitol unfold. “I would… Continue reading "BIPOC of Grace Reflect on the Double Standards of the Attempted Coup"
So, it may be more honest, and more constructive, to tell ourselves that, in Ibram X. Kendi’s words, “what we saw at the U.S. Capitol is part of us. That is who we are. It’s not all of us, but it’s part of us.”