For almost four hundred years, Americans have been divided by race, and we still are. Danny Duncan Collum explains why this is so and offers American Christians an opportunity to be part of the solution to the country’s most persistent problem.
The institution of African slavery made the color line a central feature of our national identity, even before we were a nation. Collum examines the roots of racism in the need to justify the ultimate dehumanization and exploitation of slavery. He also finds that, even in the worst of times, some blacks and whites have tried to forge unity around common concerns and shared interests.
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