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Woke Speaker Says Discussing Racial Trauma in “White Evangelical Spaces” is Like Slitting Her Wrists for Entertainment

by | Jan 17, 2024

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Of all the woke garbage I’ve heard over the years, this might be the most desperate attempt I’ve ever seen at a last-ditch effort to make a point. As more and more people are waking up to the leftist agenda and rejecting the notion of “racial trauma” as an illegitimate means of garnering sympathy for personal gain, these clowns are becoming increasingly bold in their tripe.

Over the years, many of these race-baiters have influenced even well-intentioned pastors and leaders of Evangelical churches. As a matter of Christian charity, many have preached sermons against “racism” and “white supremacy,” despite the warnings from discerning voices who saw right through the movement from the beginning. Southern Baptists adopted resolutions affirming Critical Race Theory while Evangelical organizations, like CRU and many Evangelical seminaries, have platformed race-baiters like Latasha Morrison of Be the Bridge and Lisa Fields from the Jude 3 Project.

Thankfully, most Evangelicals now see what we warned about years ago, and are distancing themselves from it altogether. I can honestly say that I thought I’d seen it all—but this clip below might be the most desperate attempt at salvaging a dead movement in the Church that I’ve ever seen. In this clip, at a conference with Julie Roys, speaker, Dr. Lainna Callentine, says that “discussing racial trauma in white Evangelical spaces…is like slitting my wrists so white people can watch me bleed as a bizarre form of curiosity and entertainment…”

I’m gonna be completely honest with you. Discussing racial trauma in white evangelical spaces to me as Julie was talking about is like slitting my wrists for white folks to see me bleed as a bizarre form of curiosity and entertainment.

While giving them the power to determine if my blood is red, debate the merits of the tool of my inflection and determine the depth of my wound and the level of pain I may be experiencing. All of this is based on their intellectualized, bystander observations and their limited personal experiences.

Here’s the thing. None of this is true. Nobody cares about “watching her bleed” or being entertained by her drivel. And nobody is “threatened” by her being an “educated black woman.” The only person who cares about that is her. What people think is that this is silly, the victimhood game is over, so get a life and move on.

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