Two activists with longtime ties to the city reflect on its past and how it might move forward 125 years after a murderous insurrection led by white supremacists.
Poverty abolition is about political will and policy choices, and churches can play a crucial role in shifting both, says a leading researcher and author.
A Pennsylvania-based interfaith organization pulls together people from hundreds of congregations to advocate for a safer and more just world.
Erna Kim Hackett: An organization designs cohorts for women of color and queer folks of color to heal together
Even progressive spaces can feel extractive to women of color and queer folks of color. Liberated Together aims to be a space by and for them.
A lot of mainline churches are uncomfortable talking about abortion. That needs to change.
A national leader on issues of religious liberty reassures people of faith that their voices are welcome and needed in public policy.
When the ousted state representative preached on Easter Sunday, he moved the pulpit into the public sphere, writes an AME pastor.
Grounded in grassroots traditions, these chaplains are helping advocates for justice across the country access community resources and receive spiritual care.
Faced with the viral pandemic, the response by some churches reinforces the important role they still play in the Black community, writes a Brooklyn pastor.
Hush harbors are a perfect example of how Christian community can flourish in the midst of oppression, say two authors in an excerpt from a recent book.