By the time I was a young adult, I had taken in so many messages in the church that told me that as a woman, I would always be who I am in submission to the men around me.
Faith in God is central to Katharine Hayhoe’s life. But when it comes to fighting climate change, “the answer is up to us.”
I am no stranger to people telling me to go back to my country. It’s a very common racial slur. But I consider myself a full-fledged American. The United States is my home and because I love her, I will continue the work to see her promises be realized.
The writer and farmer on local knowledge, embracing limits, and the exploitation of rural America.
While women only make up 7 percent of the prison population, the incarceration rate for women has increased at twice the pace as the incarceration rate for men since 1980, disproportionately impacting women of color.
How can people who once moved as one ultra-religious organism become such dramatically different adults?
If the current trends continue, evangelicals may gain political influence but are in serious danger of waking up one morning to find themselves unrecognizable as Christians.
The future of the U.S. Catholic Church is in the West.
The moral duty to name and reject racism cannot only fall on the shoulders of people of color, those who are being targeted and assaulted; it must also include other white people in this nation.
The Cats trailer dropped. It prompted a handful of questions.