November 22, 2017

“How Do I Be a White Ally on Thanksgiving?” – The Questions of White Allies

  One of the spaces many white allies find difficult knowing how to navigate occurs on what is supposed to be one of the coziest and […]
November 20, 2017

What I Want White Allies to Know Heading Into Thanksgiving

– Harry Hawkins –   As we approach Thanksgiving, I can’t help but think of family and what this time of year means to me. It’s […]
October 13, 2017

White or Black? The children of Thomas Jefferson and Sally Hemings wrestle with racial identity

By Phil Haslanger   Imagine that you were a child of Thomas Jefferson – author of the Declaration of Independence, the nation’s third president, a giant […]
September 22, 2017

Dr. Gee Reflects on Race Conversations

Last Saturday, September 16th, Rev. Dr. Gee participated on a panel titled, “Moving Past Fear – How to Talk about Race in All Your Spaces,” which […]
September 19, 2017

Experiencing History at Home

  Experiencing History at Home   By Phil Haslanger   It’s been a year since the National Museum of African-American History and Culture opened its doors […]
September 11, 2017

Never Forget

  Last night, my daughter interviewed my wife for a school report she’s working on about September 11th. As my wife and I told our stories […]
September 9, 2017

Dantrell Cotton – An Encounter with Whiteness

  This week, we have a blog coming from a recent University of Wisconsin-Madison Master’s Graduate. Dantrell Cotton spent 7 years in Madison attending UW obtaining […]
August 9, 2017

Groans and Birthpains

  3 years ago Michael Brown was shot dead in Ferguson, Mo. 3 years ago we witnessed the divide of a nation, the exasperation of a […]
August 7, 2017

BROTHER Rites of Passage

  Last week, our BROTHER program spent time in Baraboo, Wisconsin at Expeditions Unlimited for their annual Rites of Passage trip.       If you […]