Joanna Brooks's new book on the legacy of white supremacy in Mormonism could not have been published at a more significant moment.
(RNS) — Short answer: probably not, but a columnist can dream.
The LDS Church issued a statement on racism today -- but that statement was not the one that briefly proved a flashpoint of joy, then betrayal, among Mormons on social media.
(RNS) Apparently the racist provocateur who just called Evan McMullin a 'closet homosexual' and wants all nonwhites to be deported is a Mormon.
Lewis Black recently skewered Mormonism based on a letter he received from an 18-year-old who resigned from the LDS Church. The letter is funny, but is it accurate?
The LDS Gospel Topics statement about race should have laid to rest the folk doctrines that once propped up Mormonism's racist priesthood ban. But convert Bryndis Roberts says racism still exists, and asks the Church to help more Mormons get the memo.
BYU professor Margaret Blair Young will speak in Cincinnati this weekend on black Mormon pioneers.
Guest blogger Darron Smith applauds the LDS Church's recent statement on Mormonism, race, and the priesthood -- but wonders how long it will take to undo the past.