WILLIAM H. JOHNSON: MODERNIST ARTIST

William Henry Johnson is a quintessential American painter whose work was almost lost to obscurity. His paintings traversed movements. He was a part of the Harlem Renaissance and he has been described as an Expressionist, an Impressionist, a Cubist and as a folk artist.

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IN REMEMBRANCE OF RACHEL HELD EVANS

At only 37, she’d written and published prolifically about Christian culture and theology. She was distinct from the many other evangelical megastars; though she started a church plant and traveled the country to speak, she wasn’t leading a cult of personality, pushing ever more stringent codes of propriety and she wasn’t quite the prototypical evangelical either.

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FRIENDS I MET AT THE PROTEST

Politics can be emotionally difficult. Seeing the consequences of policies and rhetoric on vulnerable people is disheartening. In a more intimate sense, it can also be demoralizing to realize the people you considered your friends don’t have the same empathy for people who are affected. It can make you feel crazy to feel like you’re the only person you know who cares.

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