In This Issue
The courage and compassion of Jean Sindab.
In the breadth of her person, and in the specifics of the projects that she undertook, Jean Sindab wove together the long, proud lineage of struggle for economic, racial, and social justice with
Jean Sindab's place in history.
Contemplation, freedom, and the spirit of leisure.
Commerce, call, and gainful employment.
During the fall 1996 Call to Renewal tour, we had the opportunity to speak directly to thousands of people across the country, and to hear their questions and concerns.
Wesley Woods is a United Methodist retirement high-rise in my Atlanta neighborhood.
The phone call came as it does to many parents at some point in the growing-up years of their children. Colleen had fallen off the jungle gym at school, and could I please pick her up?
For the first time in memory, the Latino community took to the streets of Washington, D.C., in large numbers on October 12, 1996.