Jesus is the antithesis to the ugliness of racism

With all the talk of “White Nationalism in America,” I read Christian Picciolini’s disturbing— yet hopeful —memoir of his descent into and eventual escape from racist ideology entitled, White American Youth.
    He reflects:
    “I’d blamed everyone but myself for what I believed had been taken away from me . . . I took my misplaced aggression out on the world, blaming those whom I failed to make an effort to understand, rather than take responsibility for my own feelings and actions. . . .

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