Articles by Natasha S. Robinson

Educating All God’s Children: A Review

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Writer Natasha Sistrunk Robinson reviews education expert Dr. Nicole Baker Fulgham’s book which explores what Christians can and should do to close the achievement gap. Read more

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Immigration Reform: What Christians Need to Know

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With media sound bites, misinformed conversations, and sometimes inappropriate preached rhetoric, it is imperative that Christians educate themselves on the immigration reform debate. Read more

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A Rising Voice of Reconciliation in the Evangelical Community

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Trillia Newbell, author of United: Captured By God’s Vision for Diversity talks with UrbanFaith.com about how she got her start in ministry, the issues she’s passionate about, and more. Read more

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Curbing the Obsession with Black Reality Television

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On the eve of the premiere of BAPs, yet another reality show focusing on the lives of black people we must ask, “Are reality shows purely entertainment, or is there something more to consider?” Read more

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Captured by God’s Vision for Diversity

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Natasha Robinson reviews Trillia Newbell’s debut book United: Capture by God’s Vision for Diversity. Read more

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Leading Well: What We Don’t See

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What women leaders need to know about gender-based differences & nonverbal communication. Read more

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The Smart Black AND Christian Women of Twitter

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The recent spate of “women of Twitter” lists overlooks a growing population of Christian women who stand out as thought leaders and world changers. Read more

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Lean In: When Black Women in the Workplace Talk

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An interview with Dr. Ancella Livers of the Center of Creative Leadership on whether Sheryl Sandberg’s book “Lean In” applies to the experience of black women in the workplace. Read more

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The Paula Deen Controversy: It’s Worse Than You Think

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A lot of people are angry that celebrity chef, Paula Deen, has admitted to using... 

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Scandal: What to Do With Our Power

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ABC’s hit TV series Scandal raises the question: how will we manage the opportunities and influence that God has given us? Read more

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