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Repairing the Breach
The first U.S. interfaith loan fund to provide support for long-term domestic disaster recovery was launched in New Orleans on May 15.
Catholic Worker Movement Turns 75
The Catholic Worker movement, founded by Dorothy Day and Peter Maurin in 1933, celebrated its 75th anniversary on May 1.
Real Product: Manicured Ministry
Megachurches Meet on Immigration
Christians for Comprehensive Immigration Reform a Sojourners supported project hosted a dialogue in March with 40 Latino and Anglo evangelical pastors at Iglesia El Calvario, a 5,000-member Latino
Mexico Without Its Corn?
“Without corn there is no country” is the slogan tens of thousands of small farmers in Mexico are using to protest the full implementation of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NA
The Dangers of Heavy Metal
In March, advocates from Peruvian human rights and environmental organizations met in Washington, D.C., with representatives from the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights and the Peruvian
Living for the City
For the first time in history, more people live in urban than rural areas, according to a 2007 U.N.
Detoothing the Loan Sharks
How Green is Your Collar?
All the Democratic presidential candidates talked about “green-collar jobs.” But what are they?
Demolition of Public Housing Approved
Despite protests at New Orleans City Hall last December, the city council voted unanimously for a federal plan that will demolish 4,500 public housing units in favor of developing fewer units on a
Christians Push Peace in Kenya
As Kenya continues to transition from a one-party nation to a liberal democracy, churches from various traditions are coming together to encourage constructive dialogue between the two major polit
Missing in Iraq
For Iraqis, the scramble to find family members who are detained, kidnapped, killed, or simply lost is a harsh reality of war that often doesn’t make the headlines.
A Low-Carbon Diet
This Lent, Christians are invited to “Fast from Carbon.” The Regeneration Project’s Interfaith Power and Light carbon fast is a reminder that although global warming threatens
Where's Your Cross Made?
“Jesus, take pity on me!
Color of Money. In 1974, the U.S. median black income was 63 percent of that of whites.
What's In Your Milk?
If you don’t want to drink milk from cows injected with hormones, then be careful buying milk in Pennsylvania. As of Feb.
Protecting the Victims
The 2007 reauthorization of the Trafficking Victims Protection Act (TVPA) brought together a diverse, bipartisan coalition to encourage Congress to improve the bill.