In 2014, this site hosted nearly 24,000 page views. These are some of readers’ most-sought-out articles:
Toni Morrison at Portland State, 1975—includes full text of lecture and Q&A.
“Educating the conqueror is not our business,” Morrison explains.
Martin Luther King, Jr. 1967—in which King looks back on the heady days of the March on Washington and says, “That dream that I had that day has in many points turned into a nightmare.”
- On activism:
No Arc, No Guarantees; Work Anyway.—quotes from The Atlantic’s Ta-Nehisi Coates and asks, what’s are valid motives for social change work if we’re unlikely to see results in our lifetime?
Raising a Fist: On Saluting the Humane—traces historical
- On The Record Keeper film, a web-series for non-traditional audiences first funded and then abandoned by the Seventh-day Adventist church:
Seventh-day Adventist Creativity Takes A Hit
The Record Keeper’s Now Dead
- On Adventism and sexuality:
Reader Review #6: Listening Edition—highlights responses to the General Conference’s exclusion of LGBTI people from its summit on sexuality and gender in South Africa of all places.
Time to Speak Up—describes how to broach delicate yet time-sensitive conversations about sexuality with Adventist friends.
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