Elijah Anderson writes, “Since the end of the Civil Rights Movement, large numbers of black people have made their way into settings previously occupied only by whites, though their reception has been mixed. Overwhelmingly white neighborhoods, schools, workplaces, restaurants, and other public spaces remain. Black … read more.
Speaker: Lori King-Nelson
Donella Meadows said, “No one can define or measure justice, democracy, security, freedom, truth, or love. No one can define or measure any value. But if no one speaks up for them, if systems aren’t designed to produce them, if we don’t speak about them … read more.
Is there a better example of liberating love than that which welcomes differing beliefs into a set of principles that transform us into justice seeking people?
Love has broader implications than just determining how we behave in our individual relationships; love is a belief that all people deserve freedom from oppression.
In the hushed mystery of Christmas Eve we await the birth of a world at peace.
The most fundamental meaning of advent is that of voluntary action that brings about justice in our world.
Learning to care for one another through the many causes of grief.
Six men followed their principles and an unorthodox leader—and changed America forever.
How our communities of faith are navigating the decline of attendance and the rise of nationalism.
Feminism, the Patriarchy, and Harmful Cultural Expectations.