Jason Carson Wilson

Freelance journalist and writer

Location icon United States

Jason Carson Wilson is a Washington, D.C.-based freelance journalist and writer with nearly 20 years of journalism experience. Wilson has worked as a daily and weekly newspaper reporter and editor. He's also contributed to various publications across the country. Wilson has reported on various topics. He's also adept at providing astute analyses.

Inconvenient Truths: Oppressing the Oppressed in the Black Church

Racism and White supremacy runs rampant in our society. That reality isn't up for debate. Its presence in mainline Christian denominations is an inconvenient truth that can't be denied. Homophobia, queerphobia, sexism, and transphobia is also an inconvenient truth in the wider church. The Black church struggles with those phobias as well as misogyny and sexism.

Unlike Jesus & Lazarus, Black Bodies Don't Reap Resurrection

Jesus arose. Lazarus arose. Dead Black bodies don't physically rise again. Slain Black victims of police violence didn't rise again. Seats remained empty this Easter. Unlike the Deity of color, there was Resurrection Sunday for them. Historic dehumanization, demoralization and devaluation of Black bodies brought us here today.

When Truthtelling Becomes Deadly - Rev. Jason Carson Wilson, M. Div. - Medium

Reporters are no enemies of the state. People, with whom this reporter-turn-minister shared newsrooms throughout Illinois, didn't come to work intent on bringing down the United States government or president out of malice. They are compelled by calling to spread the news - good and bad.

United Church of Christ
Commentary: Giving People Shelter is a Moral Duty

In the shelter of your presence you hide them from human plots; you hold them safe under your shelter from contentious tongues. Ps. 31:20 NRSV Plenty of human plotting puts LGBTQIA people in danger here at home and abroad. However, they face different levels of risk in America and elsewhere.

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