How Parents (And Anyone) Can Be a Solution in an America That Thrives on Problems

What if we talk to our children about our imperfect world instead of sanitizing and shielding it from them?

What if instead of eradicating every single thing that has racist implications, e.g., books, cartoon characters, product images, and symbols and statues of bygone eras, we use these things as teaching points for our

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Christian writer, historian and satirist, called to shine the light on today's polarizing issues without a foot in either camp.

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