The Internet has rekindled the zeal and magnified the power of hate groups. What can we do to fight back?
21st Century global marketers are more seductive than ever before. And they want your kids.
Perhaps the strongest effort toward health care reform is the Universal Health Care Action Network and its current U2K Campaign, "Universal Health Care in the Year 2000."
Overtaking poverty will take all of our best values and insights.
My former college, one of the nation’s top-ranked schools, is considering banishing a highly respected national Christian group from campus for discriminatory practices.
I heard it in passing on National Public Radio’s All Things Considered one afternoon; it was a blurb for an upcoming story.
Protesting campaign finance corruption and the "dumb or dumber" choices of many current elections, activist filmmaker Michael Moore is asking Americans to vote for potted plants...
I APPRECIATE THE education I got in Eugene and Jacqueline Rivers’ article "The Fight for the Living" (July-August 2000).
CHRIS RICE COULD have signed my name to his May-June 2000 "Grace Matters" column.
I CAN CERTAINLY relate to Chris Rice when he shares what happened to him when he started talking about gay rights (May-June 2000).
The Internet has made hate groups highly visible, completely anonymous, and available to a potentially limitless audience.
REV. BILLY has the right idea ("Clowns and Poets and ArtistsOh, My!" by Julie Polter, July-August 2000).
IM RESPONDING TO your article "Fight for the Living" by Eugene and Jacqueline Rivers (July-August 2000).
"No matter how we pray, nor how we sin, we can stand up for each other. We can stand up against hate."—Republican Sen.
THE SENTENCE IN the Catholic English version of the Lord’s Prayer "and lead us not into temptation" has always irked me ("A Prayer for All People," by Michael Joseph Brown, July-August 2000).
THANK YOU FOR Chris Rice’s "What I Learned When I Spoke Up About Gay Rights." I applaud his support of gay civil rights and continuing dialogue between our divided communities.
SOMEHOW I ALMOST let my Sojourners subscription lapse. How ironic that the July-August 2000 issue is one of the best I have ever readexcellent from cover to cover!
Its not just civil wars, AIDS, or other diseases that have brought suffering to sub-Saharan Africa in recent decades.
"A PUNISHING DECADE," by Ryan Beiler (May-June 2000), was right about the "static" figures for "estimated" incarceration in the United States.
I JUST READ Molly Marsh’s article "Breaking Down the Walls" (May-June 2000) on how many organizations are striving to make peace present in Israel and in the occupied West Bank and Gaza.
In most American "community watch" groups, residents report suspicious activity to the authorities.
Mounting criticism of national missile defense by scientific and military experts has corporations such as Boeing on the defensive as they try to secure multibillion dollar contracts
IT’S BECOME A sort of game for Sojourners loyal readers to watch the magazine turn and twist and jump about when dealing with the issue of homosexuality.
As Bishop Samuel Ruiz, liberation theologian and champion of Chiapas indigenous peoples, faced mandatory retirement at age 75, many feared what would come next.
AS SOMEONE WHO has read Sojourners for 20 years, I am hoping to wire the entire Uniting Church in Australia Tertiary Students Association to SojoNet.