"When I heard that Rev. Butler was appointed the first woman pastor of Riverside, I thought she broke the stained-glass ceiling. Instead, the church threw her off the stained-glass cliff."
"Protest is not comfortable, ever. It's going to make people uncomfortable. It's going to force people to look inwards and question everything they thought that they knew. It's not convenient. It doesn't feel good, really for anyone."
“American church leaders are saying a clear and emphatic NO to a war with Iran. Diplomacy is the alternative to what would be a disastrous and indefensible war.”
A call to arms for Sri Lankan monks. Ethnic cleansing of the Rohingya in Myanmar. A Buddhist faith known for pacifism is taking its place in a new age of nationalism.
The Rev. Kaji Douša said her First Amendment rights were violated after she was surveilled and questioned by the government for her work.
The cover calls the book “a true story.” But the boy himself now says it was not true at all.
“This USWNT wants the cake. They want to sip tea after defeating England in the semifinals. They want to spray champagne in the locker room after becoming the repeat champs. And they want equal pay for equal play.”
Sunita Vishwanath founded Sadhana in 2011 to counter those in India and abroad who she believes are co-opting Hinduism for political gain.
"In the summer of 2014, Boko Haram insurgents attacked Gwoza, home to the most populated Christian settlements in northeast Nigeria."
"While Castro and Ocasio-Cortez are not political facsimiles, they are offering policies informed by the experiences of their communities. All of these efforts show a community that is confident about their position and belonging in the nation, even and maybe because of, the fact that they’re being targeted."