Sojourners Magazine: March 2020
Poet Julia Esquivel held nations accountable for death while her actions and words stood as a celebration of life.
In Detroit, the constant flash of green lights says: You are being watched.
When we lend our eyeballs to that platform, we help to fund its corrupt and dangerous practices.
Larycia Hawkins’ solidarity with Muslim women shows that many evangelicals worship “a Jesus who is about cultural power.”
In Bong Joon-ho’s breakout thriller, obsession with American consumerism and colonialism leads to great deception.
Three culture recommendations from our editors.
A review of “Fairview,” by Jackie Sibblies Drury.
A review of Activist Theology, by Robyn Henderson-Espinoza.
An excerpt from A Black Women's History of the United States.