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By Romal Tune / February 25, 2017

Black Christian Leaders Changing the World (Part 3 of 3)

This is the final installment of a three-part series highlighting just a few of the many Black Christian leaders I’ve...

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By Romal Tune / January 15, 2016

Richard Rohr on White Privilege

A few days ago I had the wonderful opportunity to spend a day with Richard Rohr. Our conversation from the...

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By Romal Tune / October 26, 2015

Underrepresented Third Graders Learning to Code: Elementary Education 2.0

A few weeks ago, I had the opportunity to spend a week speaking in Portland. In addition to great food...

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By Romal Tune / September 5, 2015

The Business of Faith – An Interview with Al Erisman

For much of my career I’ve worked in the faith community but lately I’ve been asked by a few companies...

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By Romal Tune / April 8, 2015

Black Students in STEM Are a Sign of Hope for the Future!

Last month I battled two snowstorms as I made my way to Taylors, SC for a speaking engagement. For some...

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By Romal Tune / August 22, 2014

‘Who’s Looking for Me?’: God’s and America’s Invisible Children

Not long ago Reverend Romal Tune was the child in “Who’s Looking for Me,” his spoken word piece shared below...

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By Romal Tune / June 22, 2011

Teaching to the Test and Calling It Success Is Like Landscaping Ghettos and Calling Them Condos

We are constantly hearing arguments from school boards and politicians on why student performance on tests should be an indicator...

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By Romal Tune / September 27, 2010

Finding Grace at a Bus Stop: Why I Owe My Vocation to a Childhood Encounter with God

Earlier this week I had the opportunity to participate in a retreat on VocationCARE sponsored by the Fund for Theological...

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