The Common Good

Jamie Calloway-Hanauer

Jamie Calloway-Hanauer is a freelance writer, editor, and mother of four. She is a contributing writer for various publications, including Christian Feminism Today, In the Fray, Faith Village, and Red Letter Christians, where she writes a monthly interview column. She is also a member of the Redbud Writers Guild. A public interest attorney by training, Jamie is passionate about issues of poverty, gender equality, and social and juvenile justice, and writes often on these topics.

Jamie lives with her family in the DC Metro Area where she and her husband raise their brood of children and work to eradicate global poverty and social inequities.

You can find out more about Jamie, her family, and her writing by visiting Jamie’s website at jamiecallowayhanauer.com, by connecting with her on Facebook or following her on Twitter @JamieHanauer.

Blog Posts by Jamie Calloway-Hanauer

Posted by Jamie Calloway-Hanauer 20 weeks 1 day ago
Some die for choosing, others for not choosing. But they all die because they are women. Rogers was mentally ill, and there is debate about whether it was his illness or a misogynistic...
Posted by Jamie Calloway-Hanauer 35 weeks 1 day ago
Despite our best efforts, we’ve somehow missed it.Even in the midst of our generous financial donations, volunteer hours, mission trips, and letter writing, we’ve failed to see what should have been...
Posted by Jamie Calloway-Hanauer 35 weeks 6 days ago
Earlier this week, feminist Gloria Steinem said that religion is the “biggest problem” facing feminism today.Steinem made this assertion in response to a town-hall style question she was asked during...
Posted by Jamie Calloway-Hanauer 43 weeks 1 day ago
The year 2013 may well come to be known as the Year of the Woman.Women of high socio-economic status both applauded and lamented the publication of Sheryl Sandberg’s Lean In, while women of a certain...
Posted by Jamie Calloway-Hanauer 46 weeks 4 days ago
During the past 30 years, the AIDS pandemic has provided an unfortunate opportunity to follow God’s call to care for the widow and orphan. Husbands succumb to illness, leaving behind wives and...