Sunday Night Odds and Ends

A few things online that caught my attention this week:

A black professor tells his story.  More here.

Benjamin Lay:  Radical Quaker prophet

Kristin Kobes Du Mez reflects on the National Memorial for Peace and Justice

Marx at 200

Vietnam and the rise of the Christian Right

The history of the treadmill

Alan Jacobs on race and growing-up in Birmingham

Historian Robert Caro talks New York history

Lebron James and Paul George to the Lakers?

Does it take an egomaniac to bring down an egomaniac?

The African-American community in the shadow of white supremacist monument

Culture wars

Historian Manisha Sinha takes on Kanye

An African American evangelical pastor talks about race and evangelicalism

The House chaplain is back

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