A national survey shows a disconnect for people in the pews when it comes to perceptions and reality on race and racial oppression.
In light of an expected Supreme Court ruling, churches and faith leaders interested in supporting reproductive justice need to understand the history of abortion access in the U.S., writes a university professor.
Volunteering for research initiatives like the Mapping Prejudice project in Minneapolis educates church members on how to rectify present injustice.
In the 1960s and ’70s, the work of justice for white people looked like writing letters, joining marches and signing petitions. But the work ahead is focused on economic justice as well as building relationships, writes a Baptist pastor emeritus.
Inspired in part by Catholic social teachings, The Industrial Commons seeks to create “an inclusive economy rooted in community and dignity.”
Nearly a quarter century after she began building Maison Shalom in Burundi, Maggy Barankitse was forced to begin again, helping refugees in Rwanda.
In her recent book, Kelly Brown Douglas speaks about how resurrection hope means working toward a future where Black life can flourish.
The Learning Tree initiative takes a different route to enhancing community by focusing on talents and gifts — not poverty.