The first full-length documentary about "the mother of the civil rights movement" reveals a deeper history of a woman who stood up in more ways than she ever sat down, the film’s directors say.
An associate professor of information science draws on her training in religious studies to frame book banning’s current resurgence.
The authors of a new book frame a path for reflection and action based on the works of James Baldwin.
His stories have intersected with my life in ways that helped me see it — and therefore God and others — more truthfully, writes a teacher of leadership and ministry.
A Massachusetts congregation will be paying “royalties” to local arts nonprofits to acknowledge the musicians who were never compensated.