A compilation of books, films, and training materials for making social change happen.
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JFK and the Unspeakable: Why He Died and Why It Matters, by James W. Douglass. Orbis.
Passing the Plate: Why American Christians Don't Give Away More Money, by Christian Smith and Michael O. Emerson, with Patricia Snell. Oxford University Press.
An excerpt from This Flowing Toward Me: A Story of God Arriving in Strangers.
The memos to President Obama in the January issue are interesting for what they omit as well as for what they include.
[Regarding “A New Faith Coalition,” by Jim Wallis, January 2009]: Those who characterize abortion as “single-issue politics” often use the goal to “reduce the number o
After reading (for the second time) the “Dear President Obama” letters, I was disappointed that no one mentioned the need to reduce the huge U.S. military budget.
Like many U.S. municipalities, Alexandria, Virginia, is facing financial cuts. But in an unusual move, city officials hired ethicist Michael A.
In the wake of the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression, tens of millions of Americans have suffered substantial financial losses, with many losing their savings, homes, and jobs.
During some moments of pre-Christmas calm, I had a chance to read the memos to President Obama (“Dear President Obama,” January 2009).
Eugenia Bonetti, a Catholic sister in Rome, is tackling a tough social evil: human trafficking.
Onleilove Alston was a 2008 Beatitudes Society Fellow at Sojourners.
Listen in as Pamela Porter reads her poem, Unknown Country.
Marshall Ganz, a lecturer on public policy at the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University, shares the importance of narrative in initiating social change during a presentation at Sojourn
When Associate Editor Rose Marie Berger contemplated "forgiveness" in preparation for her monthly column in Sojourners magazine, she knew who to go to: elder-prophet-pastor Mary Cosby, 86,
Charlotte Keys, an evangelist, Columbia native, and founder of Jesus People Against Pollution, a group dedicated to environmental justice for the people of Columbia, spoke with Sojourners
Ed Spivey Jr.'s latest H'rumphs video chronicles his misadventures on the latest social networking craze, Facebook. Listen in to the hilarity that ensues after Ed finally "becomes a friend."