Passing the Torch | Sojourners

Passing the Torch

Longtime Sojourner Julie Polter becomes the third editor of the magazine in its 51-year history.
Surreal illustration of an Indigenous woman with dark hair and a purple dress. The bottom and sides of the image are covered by cartoon water in shades of green, blue, and purple, and the top of the image features raised fists in orange, yellow, and red.
Amy Cardinal Christianson, a Métis woman and scientist, co-hosts the Good Fire podcast, which looks at Indigenous fire use around the world. / Illustration by Elyse Martin

JULIE POLTER arrived at Sojourners in 1990 to serve a year as an intern on our editorial staff. Three decades later, Polter steps into the role of editor of Sojourners magazine, the third person to fill that position in our 51-year history. Polter’s predecessor, Jim Rice, who succeeded our founding editor in 2006 and has been on Sojourners’ staff since 1981, will continue as a senior editor. During Rice’s tenure as editor, Sojourners has been consistently honored as “best in class” among its peer religious publications.

Read the Full Article

​You've reached the end of our free magazine preview. For full digital access to Sojourners articles for as little as $3.95, please subscribe now. Your subscription allows us to pay authors fairly for their terrific work!
Subscribe Now!