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"At Homeboy Industries, education breaks cycles of social resource inequities and racial oppression. And, like a tree planted beside the waters, I return to myself through communion with homies in higher education."
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Jesus exercises a balance of power—to give blessing, perform miracles, correct injustice—while reclining at table with a variety of folks, reveling in the kinship of being a human being.
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"Standing by the now-dilapidated Bryant's Grocery, I was confronted by my own legacy as a white woman—our generations of complicity in racial violence. Pulled in by the unreconciled truth of that place, I believe part of me stayed behind."