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Today, we welcome Grace Biskie as we discuss racial reconciliation. Grace is working on her first book, Detroit's Daughter, a memoir about surviving her father, brother, abuse, racism, Christians, boys, and poverty while growing up in Detroit.
"I grew up in a home where my older, white brother called me a "stupid little nigger" more times than I can count, and where I countered with "ignorant, loser honkey!" more times than I care to admit."
..."For all these reasons and more, I have been unable to disengage with the issues that plague black and white Christians in our country. I've tried to disengage. Lord knows I've wanted to disengage. But I simply can't untangle myself from the racist web into which I was spun... And it's for these same reasons I feel terribly sad when I watch whites disengage.
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