IN FRANCE, about 70 percent of water services are privatized. French corporations continue to vie for control of the global water supply.
These manufactured crises show how much our politics could use a dose of moral sanity.
"The alternative—not having negotiations—is guaranteed to fail."
How did a skinny, shy, middle-class Indian come to lead one of history's great liberation struggles?
Soil and Sacrament: A Spiritual Memoir of Food and Faith. Simon & Schuster.
The makers of The Butler have told a kind of truth about the struggle for "beloved community" that has rarely been seen so clearly on multiplex screens.
Birth of a White Nation: The Invention of White People and its Relevance Today. Strategic Book Publishing.
Breaking the Line by Simon & Schuster / Moved by the Spirit by USC Center for Religion and Civic Culture / The Adventists 2 by Journey Films / A Maryknoll Liturgical Year by Judy Coode and Kathy McNeely
Why are blockbuster movies so bad at imagining life after the end of the world?
Thanks so much to Rose Berger and her article “‘Why Are White People So Mean?’
Reflections on the Revised Common Lectionary, Cycle C
“Overcoming Violent Fundamentalism” (July 2013), by Jim Wallis, is an excellent article.
An interview with "Rev. Riverkeeper" Dottie Yunger