“New life and hope are remembered in southern plantations on stolen lands where stolen people had been forced to work without wages from sunup to sundown while living in squalor conditions. New life and hope are remembered in mass migrations and movements of Universal Negro Improvement, Civil Rights, Black Power, Black Lives Matter, and Black Futurism.”
Dr. Anthony Everett, Project Coordinator for BSK’s Siloam Project, is a featured writer in The Festival Center’s Advent Reflections on Reparations. Anthony’s reflection, focusing on Isaiah 9:2-7 and how remembrance is necessary for repairing, is offered for the third Sunday of Advent on Christmas Day.
Click here to read the reflection.