5 Key Lessons Learned In Overcoming Color Stereotypes 

Photo by Ketut Subiyanto It is a strange time to be Black in America, a country where waking up Black can be considered a crime. – King Bell. Black progress over the past fifty years has been impressive despite standard wisdom. And yet the nation still has a long distance to go on the widening…

Two Sides Of The Freedom Coin

Photo by Jeff Weese People read, dream, rejoice in the notion of freedom, and teach, advocate, and hope for freedom, but what does freedom mean? Generally, freedom means many things to many people. You can politically view freedom as having the opportunity to vote for particular people, ideas, or parties that best represent your personal…

Standing Up in Empathy With Widows

Photo by Pavel Danilyuk Jamie Pulos-Fry’s Widow’s Cry is a book for widow ministries. Beyond helping readers understand what this ministry stands for, she hopes they help encourage and empower these women through what they’re experiencing. God is claimed to be a God who carefully monitors widows. In fact, He is someone who keeps a…

The Problem With Netflix’s New Series

Photo by Anastasia Shuraeva Author King Bell has written one of the most impactful books about racism – an issue that’s still rampant in today’s society, even in mainstream media. In light of the recently released Netflix miniseries Dahmer – Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story, people have been torn between watching the show and turning…

Behind Lady Justice’s Eyes: Are They Willingly Blind or Not

Photo by EKATERINA  BOLOVTSOVA The design built around Lady justice was supposed to represent a perfect system. But the question is, does she reflect the realities of justice today, or will her impartiality remain ideal?  What Lady Justice Holds in Her Hands The scales the lady justice is lifting with one arm symbolize the evidence…