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As several people of color pointed out, such responses themselves revealed that Mormon racism is, sadly, alive and well.
The very people who want to claim that racial differences do not exist and that we should forget the troubles of the past are often the same folks who perpetuate white culture and history as normative.
She also told the Sistas, “We will not let you shame, harass, belittle, attack and degrade white LDS members anymore. ” But it sure looks like the shaming, harassment, and degradation are directed It offends me bc it isn’t true. Does everyone see how SJWs place PC above the Gospel? https://t.co/Yavn Tgii T0 — Wife With A Purpose (@apurposefulwife) May 26, 2017 So apparently, because Joseph Smith saw “a pillar of light” that exceeded “the brightness of the sun,” that means that Jesus and Heavenly Father had white skin. This weekend she convened the first ever “Mormon Right” conference with “about a dozen” adults in attendance. But the church has also never fully repudiated racist statements from earlier leaders like Bruce R. Senior columnist Jana Riess is the author of many books, including "The Prayer Wheel" (2018) and "The Next Mormons: How Millennials Are Changing the LDS Church," which will be published by Oxford University Press in March 2019.
A dozen is small, but it’s a dozen Mormon racists too many. She has a Ph D in American religious history from Columbia University.
Remember when your ancestors fought and died for this country so that their posterity could be out bred by people who showed up yesterday?
https://t.co/5r JPqt NJPB — Wife With A Purpose (@apurposefulwife) May 30, 2017 Using hashtags like #whiteculture, #saveeurope, and, of course, #altright, she begs Americans (read: white people) to wake up and smell their coming extermination.
The tenor of some of these tweets from white Mormons was that golly, gosh, and darn it, race just does not exist as a category in white Mormons’ minds!
This page details some problems that arise by accepting the Church-sanctioned teachings of the origin and content of the BOM as well as responses to those problems from the LDS Church, apologists and devout members.Critics cite numerous problems with the text that indicate it is of more modern origin such as anachronisms, DNA evidence, lack of archaeological evidence, linguistic problems, etc.From the introduction to the BOM: "It is a record of God's dealings with the ancient inhabitants of the Americas and contains the fullness of the everlasting gospel." Members are encouraged to focus on the spiritual value of the BOM instead of the historical aspects.And these whites’ responses are only the less extreme or overt brand of racism — the kind that wants to sweep the experiences of people of color under the rug so that whites don’t have to feel uncomfortable about the privileges they take for granted.There’s a darker current at work as well, which is even more sinister.