The San Francisco Public Library reaches out to homeless patrons through an innovative social work program.
Long-term unemployment can mean losing not only income, but your sense of purpose. Faith and advocacy groups can help—but will it be enough in a shifting economy?
MANY CAREER COACHES and job market experts offer this advice: Don’t use online job boards as your main job search strategy. Networking and finding supportive organizations often are the game-changers for the long-term unemployed. Here are a few suggestions and resources:
The only way to defeat the epidemic is to strengthen health-care systems.
Would his first taste of Islamaphobia come at the age of 5 during show-and-tell.
Radical Spirituality: Repentance, Resistance, Revoluton by Jason Storbakken / Dorothy Day for Armchair Theologians by Elizabeth Hinson-Hasty / Rich Hill directed and produced by Tracy Droz Tragos and Andrew Droz Palermo / Black Bear by Andrew Belle
They think that what they're doing is changing the world for the better, but that's doubtful.
I Beg to Differ: Navigating Difficult Conversations With Truth and Love. IVP Books.
Ryan Rodrick Beiler’s photo (“Enemy Trees?” August 2014) dramatically captures the destruction of more than 1,500 mature fruit trees and grapevines bulldozed by the Israeli military. The deed itself and the meaning it symbolizes are heartbreaking!
I loved the way Bob Smietana’s “Agents of Grit and Grace” dovetailed with Danny Duncan Collum’s “A Teacha
I appreciated Julie Polter’s piece “The Rich Get Richer” (August 2014) on the growing wage inequality between the CEOs of major corporations and their average workers.
A map depicting five quality aid groups nationally and abroad.
A video on the audience reaction of protestors at the St. Louis Symphony.