Beyoncé’s "Formation" video is a prime example of how lyrics and its images spark conversation. The politically charged music video makes multiple social commentaries on the Black Lives Matter movement and Hurricane Katrina. It reaches out to the communities who are both outraged at what is occurring in our day, but also to those who have come to embrace their blackness and their culture. The video itself is a reminder of how many social injustices must be resolved.
Many black Americans believe that the main reason why blacks survived the Jim Crow south, for example, was due to the Black Church.One should not, however, be quick to equate the necessity of the Black Church as god being a necessity to overcome social injustices.
What devout Sikhs do in daily life to live out their religious values ought to shame us all into acting like better people. (More pins on this at https://www.pinterest.com/yrauntruth/be-an-ally-privilege-religion-race-class-money-div/ )