Join me in a sequel to my original episode, It’s Gotten Under My Skin. In this episode, I address some critiques I received relating to the first episode as well as share some thoughts concerning how minorities hinder racial reconciliation themselves. So much attention is focused on whites and not enough on how blacks either promote or discourage their white brethren regarding issues of race.
This episode is recorded on the road. Due to not being in my studio, the sound quality will not be as polished. Also, I am very limited regarding the editing I am able to do with episodes recorded this week.
- Sabbath Series Summary – Part 5 - September 10, 2017
- The Sabbath as Fulfillment: A Textual Interaction – Part 4 - September 3, 2017
- Black Voices: “We Are Here, But You Won’t Listen.” - August 28, 2017