In the context of Black History Month, Living City sat down for an in-depth interview with James Woodall. Along with Dr. Mark Ellingsen, he co-authored Wired for Racism? in which they explore the question from a unique perspective. James, 29, who currently serves as public policy associate at Southern Center for Human Rights, is founder and CEO of The Major Wish Group LLC, and associate minister at Pleasant Grove Baptist Church in Marietta, Georgia. He has served as Georgia NAACP State President and as an intelligence analyst in the U.S. Army.
Here’s what research tells us about our unconscious biases
The groundbreaking accomplishments of “moonshot” research
Some thoughts from Martin Luther King Jr.’s speech on receiving the Nobel Peace Prize in 1964... so relevant today
Flying cars are no longer the stuff of science-fiction or children’s cartoons
Rediscovering Mary as the prototype of the Christian community
A reflection inspired by St. Oscar Romero’s final Christmas homily
An attempt to begin tackling challenging conversations that we need to have
Some takeaways from The Servant as Leader
Fr. Clint Ressler, Catholic pastor in Texas City, Texas, found a novel way to keep in touch with his parishioners during the pandemic by biking from home to home and meeting them in their driveways, a story that ran on national TV. (We featured him in the July 2020 LC.) After 19 years of being team chaplain for the Houston Texans, how is he exercising leadership these days?