Issue: April 2017
Resistance alone does not sustain a community. It requires a shared life that is rooted in deep spirituality.
A worker-owned co-op in North Carolina creates a 'virtuous circle' of opportunity for immigrants.
Sexual assault casts a long shadow over athletics—even at Christian colleges.
Seventeen percent of U.S. special forces deployed abroad are in Africa—where the U.S. is not (officially) at war.
Mano Dura: The Politics of Gang Control in El Salvador, by Sonja Wolf. University of Texas Press.
Watershed Discipleship: Reinhabiting Bioregional Faith and Practice, edited by Ched Myers, foreword by Denise M. Nadeau. Cascade Books.
Mira Nair is courageous in asserting that the film industry requires a reboot.
Elements of identity politics may have advanced dogmas that undermine the very values that undergird the movement.
The recovery of financial markets has been very good — for the already wealthy.