Since the 1970s, Sojourners has been committed to resisting sexism in all its forms, while affirming the integrity and equality of women and men in the church and in the larger world. Through biblical education, creative advocacy, and bridge building, we champion policies at home and abroad that fortify women’s health and dignity through eliminating gender discrimination and abuse, increasing economic empowerment, and supporting women's leadership in the church and beyond.
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Join faith communities across the country in standing up for Bresha Meadows, a young survivor of family violence. Download our suggested prayers, readings, and resources to organize a vigil in your community, or lift up Bresha during your church service.
“I think it raises significant constitutional problems,” said Rabbi David Saperstein to members of the House Judiciary Committee.
The first time I saw Amy León, she was standing in a church that was about to explode.
Ms. Marvel is now Kamala Khan, a Muslim, Pakistani-American teenager in Jersey City.
Beyoncé's performance evoked iconography of the divine mother from several faith traditions.
“Iraqis are not terrorists. We are friends and allies."
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