An effort to preserve Black churches is entering its next cycle under the direction of the National Trust for Historic Preservation’s African American Cultural Heritage Action Fund.
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.
Instead of defaulting to individual responsibility, shouldn’t we forgive one another’s debts?
A Texas seminary shares the stories of immigrants as a way of breaking down barriers and building better lives for immigrants in the U.S.
The editor of a newly released collection of the Rev. Dr. Pauli Murray’s works writes about the religious importance of America’s “problem child” in an adapted excerpt from the book’s introduction.
A shelter run by volunteers in El Paso acts as a waypoint and addresses the needs of those seeking refuge in the United States.
In his most recent book, a bestselling author explores both the trauma and the miracle of his family as he makes peace with his father.
“American Prophet” connects spirituality and the arts at a profound moment in history.
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.
Robert Shetterly creates portraits of people committed to telling the truth, and his work inspires conversation and discussion about Americans’ ethics, faith and social responsibility.