Adventist Forum board chair, Carmen Lau, shares about how her white Southern Adventist upbringing blinded her to the realities of racism. We also talk about Spectrum’s early history with the Civil Rights movement and the plan for a group of Adventists to visit Alabama next month to learn more about the history of social justice.
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Alexander Carpenter is a board member of Adventist Forum, the organization that publishes Spectrum.
Photo: Edmund Pettus Bridge by Rick from Alabama/CC BY 2.0
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