Weekly Wrap 9.20.19: The 10 Best Stories You Missed This Week | Sojourners

Weekly Wrap 9.20.19: The 10 Best Stories You Missed This Week

1. Money Is the Oxygen on Which the Fire of Global Warming Burns

What if the banking, asset-management, and insurance industries decided to move away from fossil fuels?

2. Indigenous Women in the Peruvian Amazon Are Leading the Fight for Rights

More than two dozen indigenous women leaders from across the Madre de Dios region of the Peruvian Amazon met in the regional capital of Puerto Maldonado to share their experiences.

3. Rachael Denhollander’s Memoir Is a Searing Exposé of the Suppression of Women’s Stories

What Is a Girl Worth? is rigorous and righteous and driven both by anger and remarkable grace.

4. 'A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood' Is a Parable on Love

It’s a film that reminds us of the need to make empathy an active practice, and the incredible potential it has to improve our lives when we do.

5. The Green New Deal isn’t Socialist, it’s “Biblical,” Argue Evangelical Environmentalists

“As Christians, we believe that we have been given responsibility over every little thing on this planet.”

6. If the Earth Keeps Dying and Creating Again, Then Maybe We Can Do the Same

A few days ago, my son started a science journal to write down questions and answers about why certain things happen in the natural world. His first question was: Why do leaves change color in autumn?

7. Arizona Supreme Court Greenlights Discrimination Against Same-Sex Weddings

Denying services to a gay couple is protected free speech, the court ruled.

8. Activists Rally Behind 'Second Look' Amendment Act for Incarcerated Youth

“Everyone deserves a second look. Everyone deserves a second chance.”

9. How This Campus Ministry is Tackling Student Homelessness

"To sit at a table with my collar on saying, ‘Here I am!’ isn’t going to work."

10. Writers for Migrant Justice Brought Poetry and Protest Together

The growing collective hosted events in 45 cities to raise money for migrants detained at the border.

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