Sojourners Magazine: June 1994
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Real culture is a form of resistance. It's the music or art of communities. It affirms a particular reality.
"Multiculturalism" is a popular culture term used by certain people of color and white people.
Mozart's Enlightenment was for men; women minded the children and washed the socks. That offends and angers me, but it troubles me too.
I'm jealous of countries or regions that have a popular culture.
Two very distinct types of culture exist, and both are active forces in our society today.
The most successful method of resistance among the Maya in Mexico and Central America from the time of the Spanish conquest in the 15th century has been the transmission of religious and cultural
Under what conditions do pop culture images and icons hold a liberating function?
I hope we are vigilant to resist making careers out of the most fashionable terminology at hand. We must keep in mind why we are committed to a new humanity.
The reclamation of Chicano artistic life that came out of the movements of the 1960s has provided the images and symbols that fuel the Latino community's struggle to find itself.
God created and saw that it was good. But since then things have been more ambiguous.
Many of my comrades regard Mozart as another dead white male who wrote dainty, high-priced irrelevancies. It's true that rural peasants had another music.
Try to imagine civil rights marches without the spirituals or South African freedom without toi-toi.
You might not like the Religious Rights answers. But, on the subject of health reform, they at least ask some of the right questions.
Many of us would say, if we were to be honest, that we think NBA basketball is of a higher ilk than monster-truck pulls.
We gathered in the courtyard outside the First United Methodist Church in Brevard, North Carolina, just about dusk on Good Friday.
A dream came to me. It was the mid-1990s. Most unusual things began to happen...
For salad lovers this is a heady time of year with more greens around than a person can shake a salad fork at.
This issue of Sojourners marks a significant breakthrough in paper technology.
Thirty years after Mississippi Freedom Summer, 3,000 international observers return from El Salvador’s postwar "democratic elections."
Merton's conversational flavor is best embodied by a series of lectures now available through Creedence Cassettes.
Happy 10th, Utne Reader! Its hard to believe Ive seen that little perfect-bound mag tucked under friends arms for a decade now.
The saint descended From her carriage to stretch Her forefinger to a peasant girl Whose face was covered with sores;
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Comic Books, the Terminator movies, the blues, and the baseball season opener.
The scriptures for our meditations come from first and second Samuel, the Psalms, the gospel according to Mark, and Pauls second letter to the Corinthians.
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