A recent trip to Ferguson, MO gave me and some forty religious leaders an opportunity to reflect on the integration of spiritual development and...
The question is: Are we white people going to listen or not?
Catholic News Service
A new coalition has been formed to bring about the end of the death penalty in the United States.
The Church must work with young leaders like those we met with in Ferguson to help America find its way forward.
Los Angeles Times
Seven more states signed on to a lawsuit challenging President Obama’s executive action halting the deportation of as many as 5 million undocumented...
The National Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty announced on Tuesday the launch of a new coalition to pressure state governments to end capital...
Religion News Service
Perhaps this isn’t the time for me–and other white Christians–to speak. Maybe we should listen instead. To people of color. To our brothers and...
America, we have a problem. It's past time to fix it, and the church must stand alongside a new generation of young leaders and help the nation...
Religion News Service
White Christians, including evangelicals, have grown more vocal in urging predominantly white churches to no longer turn a blind eye to injustice and...
The Ed Show
Calm demonstrations continue across the country, as protesters demanded justice for Michael Brown and future cases. Ed Schultz, Activist T-Dubb-O,...
Huffington Post Live
What do the killing of Trayvon Martin and Mike Brown tell us about race in America?
The verdict on America's criminal justice system is already in for many Americans: guilty, for treating young black men differently than young...
Imperial Valley Press
Religious leaders from across the theological and political spectrum are calling for peace — with some adding demands for social change — in the...
We asked Lisa Sharon Harper to answer a few questions about the verdict, the broader context behind the protests and what it all means for Christians.
Tamir Rice, 12, was with his sister and a friend in a gazebo in a Cleveland park on Saturday when a rookie cop shot him in the chest.
As the church considers the events of these days, the greatest challenge we face is this: Will we allow our view of "what we see" to go...
In light of the grand jury decision handed down tonight, it is of utmost importance that all Christians, but specifically white evangelicals, talk...
Members of the EIT have expressed divided positions on how President Obama has decided to help the strangers living in the shadows.