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Thursday, May 29, 2014

Friday Fruit (05/29/14)

On Fridays, BTSF offers links to other discussions about race & Christianity. It's an opportunity for you
to read other perspectives, and for me to give props to the shoulders on which I stand...


Weekly Round Up:

These are some of BTSF's links of interest this week. What are yours?

Feel free to contribute your own links in the comments section, or submit items you feel should be included during the week. Self-promotion is encouraged.

9 comments:

  1. This tribute to Maya Angelou and a discussion of her influence on black little girls by Austin Channing Brown is well worth reading. http://austinchanning.com/blog/maya

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  2. Dr. Angelou was a true icon and a woman of purpose. She was truly gifted with words and the eloquence to speak the words. She was truly amazing.

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  3. he shared her gifts God gave her and influenced so many. She was blessed. And she used her gift for the good of humanity.

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  4. truthseeker2436577@yahoo.comMay 31, 2014 at 12:38 PM

    She had a great light. She shined the light of literary genius, tolerance, and strength in the world. Her wisdom and eloquent words outline the power of human creativity. Maya Angelou inspires us then, she inspires us now, and she will inspire others in the future.

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  5. The hatemongers known as Westboro Church are planning to do their stupid protest at Dr. Angelou's funeral. So shameful. Such ignorance.

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  6. ugh. I hadn't heard that. yuck

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  7. She did indeed! Grateful for her live

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  8. Yes!! Thanks for posting it!

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