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Last month, students, faculty, and staff members at Loyola Blakefield attended the inaugural Neighbors Retreat, focused on being neighborly in the face of racial injustice.
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How long have the oppressive heat and coarse sands of white supremacy caused us to lose true hope that we will enter the Promised Land?
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As a white woman, I can skirt around conversations on racism with no trouble. But Jesus did things that were unpopular, unconventional, and unacceptable in the prevailing systems of power. He threatened the status quo.