Sunday, April 15, 2012

Invisible Colors

Freeway underpass in Oakland, California : Interstate 580 x Park Blvd.

One of several in the series, "Words by Roads" (1992) by Iranian-born Sayed Alavi, 
working with Oakland high school students.

This is right down the street from my (Russell Yee's) house!

It's a critique of aspirational honorary whiteness generally. Might it apply to many of our worship settings? 

Majority-culture worship belongs to minority-culture worshipers as much as to anyone. But if we mostly aspire to just majority-culture worship, then our worship is left with invisible colors.

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