Tag Archives: Ray Charles

Theology and Race

Christian theology has white supremacist leanings.  Perhaps the majority of religious and philosophical systems do as well, but Christian theology definitely does—at least when it comes to its ideas about salvation and holiness.  James Baldwin has been all over our … Continue reading

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Remembering Julian Bond

Julian Bond (b. 1940) passed away this past August 15, 2015.  He led an extraordinary life of  service, especially in the cause of Civil Rights: one of the founders of SNCC (The Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee), first president of the … Continue reading

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All Things Ray

This post serves as an index to all the items about Ray Charles on this site, especially the VIDEO SERIES “Me and Brother Ray” (see below).  I have been a professor of English for several decades now, so it may seem … Continue reading

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