Sojourners Magazine: July 2006
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Behind every 'undocumented immigrant' or 'illegal alien' is a real human story. This is one of them.
Myth: Immigrants don’t pay taxes. Immigrants pay taxes, in the form of income tax, property tax, sales tax, and other taxes at the federal and state level.
Healing Waters quenches thirst and builds bridges in the Dominican Republic.
Ten years after the formal dismantling of apartheid, economic injustice, HIV/AIDS, and poverty stand in the way of real reconciliation - and present daunting challenges for the South African church.
He seems relatively amused when people quote lines from the most famous song he’s ever recorded, but this day he was pretty serious.
The archbishop is making global warming a personal challenge.
As newspapers die a slow death, can cable, radio, and the Web really provide serious, independent news?
Members and associates of Holy Family Catholic Church in Natchez, the first African-American parish in Mississippi, played an integral role in the civil rights movement.
Bob Ekblad has been reading the Bible with people who live on the margins—Chicano gang members, prison inmates, and undocumented Mexican immigrants in the United States, among others
I was visiting a church at which pentecostal practices were gaining traction, bringing no small controversy with them.
The federal minimum wage was last raised in 1997 to its current level of $5.15 an hour. There are now 20 states that have raised the minimum wage above the federal level.
Thanks for “Found in Translation” (by Brian McLaren, March 2006). It was very thought-provoking, and the metaphors are creative and life-giving.
Amid increased violence in Sri Lanka, Nonviolent Peaceforce members are providing unarmed accompaniment to those delivering aid, as well as applying nonviolent strategies to prote
In an arid valley of northwestern Afghanistan, diets used to consist of little more than tea and bread, and women remained in the home.
David Cortright’s commentary “Denuking Iran” (April 2006) is right on the ball.
Thank you for your articles on welcoming the stranger (“A House for All Peoples?” by Ched Myers, and “Looking for Welcome,” by Helene Slessarev-Jamir, April 2006).
A refugee camp popped up last April on the sports field of Lennox Middle School, right next to Los Angeles International Airport.
The Merritt Ministry asked a simple question: “How do you create a hot air balloon that is both authentic and reverent in its mission of [representing] Jesus, the Son of God
These five weeks of passages extol the depth, breadth, and living power of shalom—the biblical peace for humanity and all that lives.
As with most of our articles, the words in this issue developed out of relationships - connections that are decades-long as well as some more recently established.
Your letter through the slot slid to the floor and lay quite still all day, until returning home from work I seized and tore it open.
The city council of Maywood, California, declared the town a refuge for undocumented residents in January.
Congratulations to Sojourners! Again you are setting the agenda for believing and acting Christians.
When I received the May issue on “food and how we get it,” I confess I was skeptical as to its value.