Justin and Stephen talk with history prof. James Willetts about how Americans remember racial history and the creation of hero narratives. They also discuss graduation, role changes, distress in the Psalms, and the complex reality of responding to racialized tragedy.

Resources from this episode:

Atlanta Mayor calls Arbery’s killing a lynching

Lies My Teacher Told Me by James Loewen

Sundown Towns by James Loewen

America’s Original Sin by Jim Wallis

God’s Politics by Jim Wallis

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