The Common Good
Press Contacts

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Juliet Vedral, Press Secretary
Phone: 917-288-9529
Email: media@sojo.net

Jim Wallis

Jim Wallis is an activist, speaker, and New York Times bestselling author. He is available for comment on a wide range of issues concerning the intersection of faith and politics. 

To schedule an interview, contact:
Juliet Vedral, Press Secretary
Phone: 917-288-9529
Email: media@sojo.net

Lisa Sharon Harper

Sojourners' Senior Director of Mobilizing Lisa Sharon Harper is available for comment or interview on topics such as immigration, race relations, environmental justice, domestic poverty, and issues of war and peace.

To schedule an interview, contact:
Juliet Vedral, Press Secretary
Phone: 917-288-9529
Email: media@sojo.net

Tim King

Sojourners' Chief Strategy and Program Officer Tim King is available for comment on a wide range of topics. He specializes in economic inequality and poverty, faith and politics, global and domestic poverty, and young Christians.

To schedule an interview, contact:
Juliet Vedral, Press Secretary
Phone: 917-288-9529
Email: media@sojo.net

Media Advisories and Press Releases RSS

01/15/2015
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01/15/2015
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11/18/2014
Coalition of Leaders Calls for End to Washington’s Game of Using Immigrant Families as Political Pawns

Sojourners in the News RSS

Time Magazine (online) 01/27/2015
You can't separate faith, values, and politics and expect our democracy to thrive.
The Times-Picayune (New Orleans) 01/26/2015
At Gov. Bobby Jindal's controversial prayer rally at LSU Saturday, state Sen. Jonathan Perry, R-Kaplan, asked God to send more born-again Christians to help the Louisiana Legislature deal with the state's budget.
The Guardian 01/24/2015
Everybody would say “of course all lives matter”. Our philosophical, religious and moral sensibilities would all say that, but in fact, many people don’t matter.
Huffington Post 01/23/2015
The state of the union certainly isn't good for the poorest and most vulnerable Americans, especially for the children who live in poverty -- one in every five American children, and one of every three children of color.
Religion News Service 01/23/2015
And this year — today — I am repenting of my dependence on fossil fuels.