In this powerful volume, Malcolm Boyd and Chester Talton have gathered prose, poetry, and prayers that reveal the pain of racial division, placing it before a loving God for healing and reconciliation. Contibutors represent all age groups, from teenagers to the elderly, and range across gender, race, and ethnicity. All of them speak of their own experiences, heartbreaks, and hopes in laguage that is often raw and always honest. Twelve cartoons from three-time Pulitzer Prize winner Paul Conrad complement the prayers and add to the power of this collection.
Boyd and Talton have collected poems, prayers, and prose that bring the anger and frustration of racial conflict to light and, ultimately, to a place of reconciliation and healing. Contributors to this collection range in age from teenagers to the elderly and include men and women from a wide variety of racial and ethnic backgrounds, all of whom speak honestly of their own experiences, heartbreaks, and hopes.
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