The Illusion of Meritocracy in Schooling, Part 2 | A Long Repentance Post #9 | The Anástasis Center for Christian Education & Ministry: Sangwon Yang & Mako Nagasawa

The Purpose of A Long Repentance Blog Series People talk about issues of race and justice in the United States as issues of ‘justice and injustice.’  Sometimes we launch into debates about ‘the proper role of government.’  But is that the original framework from which these issues were asked and debated? The purpose of the blog post…

The Illusion of Meritocracy in Schooling, Part 1 | A Long Repentance Post #8 | The Anástasis Center for Christian Education & Ministry: Sangwon Yang & Mako Nagasawa

Pictured:  In 1957, white segregationists rallied in Little Rock, Arkansas, to protest Brown v. Board of Education (1954) and the Little Rock Nine, who were the first black students to integrate Little Rock Central High School.  Photo credit: John T. Bledsoe, Wikimedia Commons. The Purpose of A Long Repentance Blog Series People talk about issues of race…

The Illusion of Meritocracy in Housing, Part 2 | A Long Repentance Post #7 | The Anástasis Center for Christian Education & Ministry: Sangwon Yang & Mako Nagasawa

The Purpose of A Long Repentance Blog Series People talk about issues of race and justice in the United States as issues of ‘justice and injustice.’  Sometimes we launch into debates about ‘the proper role of government.’  But is that the original framework from which these issues were asked and debated? The purpose of the blog post…

The Illusion of Meritocracy in Housing, Part 1 | A Long Repentance Post #6 | The Anástasis Center for Christian Education & Ministry: Sangwon Yang & Mako Nagasawa

The Purpose of A Long Repentance Blog Series People talk about issues of race and justice in the United States as issues of ‘justice and injustice.’  Sometimes we launch into debates about ‘the proper role of government.’  But is that the original framework from which these issues were asked and debated? The purpose of the blog post…