Voices from the Black Community

From Undergraduate Chapel: Spring 2013

Black students and alumni share their experiences of and insights into what it means to be black. The speakers express the benefits of a progress that diversity has made both in culture at large and in Biola. Alumnus Liana Sims urges her audience to embrace black history as their own history, along with white history, Asian history, or any other history. It is the sum of these identities, she explains, that unites individual Christians into the kingdom of God.

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