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Staying Connected in Later Years
With a Little Help from Our Friends: Creating Community as We Grow Older. Vanderbilt University Press.
Life After A Death
Pilgrimage through Loss: Pathways to Strength and Renewal after the Death of a Child, by Linda Lawrence Hunt. Westminster John Knox Press.
All in the Family
Churches in the "127 Movement" are opening their hearts, homes, and families to welcome children in the foster care system.
Gen Xers and the New Cuba
A new generation of Cuban Americans encourages broader dialogue.
A Tropical Quest
Restless Fires: Young John Muir's Thousand-Mile Walk to the Gulf in 1867-68. Mercer University Press.
Seeking the Peace of the City
Faith communities work to stem the flow of guns to criminals.
A Higher Calling For Higher Ed
Trinity University found the future of education -- hiding in its own neighborhood.
Spokane Indian Sherman Alexie often snaps "that's personal" during interviews, yet the characters in his books and films closely follow his own life growing up on the Spokane Indian Reservation...
It takes the rare vocal talents of a singer like Lila Downs to silence a Madrid crowd—and convince them to put out their cigarettes without complaining.
Bread and Roses, the latest from British director Ken Loach, portrays with incredible precision the reality of the modern immigrant experience in industrialized nations.
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