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I’m Not a Socialist But…

  14.03.2019   Corey Leak   culture, equality, future

I’m not a socialist, nor do I claim to be an expert on what it is. Full disclosure, I know very little about it from experience or study, and my

No Justice No Peace!

  7.03.2019   Corey Leak   diversity, equality

The other day I was taking my youngest daughter to school. One of our rituals on the way to school is for one of us to pray. It was my

The Black Card

  28.02.2019   Corey Leak   equality, race

Like most black people who were raised correctly, I grew up playing spades. I played as a teenager and on into my early adult years. My wife and I had

Black Witness

  22.02.2019   Corey Leak   race, racism

Our blog last week has the highest views of any of the posts on our site. I was surprised by the response and attention that post received. Many of you

Dear Corey (An Open Letter to My Former Self)

Dear Former Self, Your non-threatening demeanor and disposition created great opportunities for you in White Evangelical churches. They loved that you could sing and play guitar with just enough soul

The “N” Word We Need to Use More Often

I once gave a talk about how circles are better than squares. It was a 9-minute speech with racial undertones.  In the talk, I used the n-word a couple of different

Protected: My 2 Dads (An Autobiography of Sorts)

  31.01.2019   Corey Leak   Personal

There is no excerpt because this is a protected post.

Do You See What I See?

  25.01.2019   Corey Leak   equality, race

Last week I watched people come to the defense of the white Catholic school boys from Covington High School with the kind of veracity that a parent has for their

The New White Moderate

  17.01.2019   Corey Leak   equality, future, race, racism

In Dr. King’s breathtaking “Letter From a Birmingham Jail,” he lamented the posture of white clergy towards the Negro liberation movement in Alabama. White people felt like the protests lead by

4 Reasons Your Church Should Acknowledge MLK Day

MLK Day is a federal holiday. It is a day set aside to remember the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King. It’s a day that has been met