In This Issue
It's time for a new conversation on race in America.
Pilgrims on the Mall.
A black woman's perspective on the Million Man March.
A call to address the black church leadership crisis.
How language reflects our understanding of God.
Woe to the legislators of infamous laws, to those who issue tyrannical decrees, who refuse justice to the unfortunate who cheat the poor among my people of their rights
On May 12, 1982, Thony Green woke about dawn to put on the coffee at the Open Door Community in Atlanta.
Sojourners has invaded cyberspace. Or perhaps it's the other way around.
Tiesha became nervous as Ann and I took her trick or treating through Columbia Heights. "I hope they don't shoot you two!" she said.