Peacemakers call things by their names; this is occupation, not a ‘conflict.’
Corruption and climate disaster push many people in Honduras and elsewhere to make the uncertain journey north.
The Jesus many Ethiopian leaders follow apparently never said “blessed are the peacemakers,” or “love thy enemies.”
The Canadian school system forcibly separated about 150,000 Indigenous children from their homes, with many subjected to abuse, rape, and malnutrition.
The untenability of the two-state paradigm necessitates a shift in our thinking.
Israeli settlements have made a viable Palestinian state impossible. Finding a new path to peace in the Middle East.
As resistance to racism and police violence grows in U.S., some hope more U.S. Christians will oppose Israeli occupation.
The U.S. provides nearly $4 billion in mostly military aid to Israel each year.
Hundreds of blessings are taking place across the country as part of the “Liebe Gewinnt” or “Love Wins” initiative.
Biden announced that he would lift the limit, though he said the U.S. would not achieve 62,500 admissions in the fiscal year.
Many faith leaders call Biden’s delay on raising the refugee ceiling an unacceptable letdown and vow to hold the president to his campaign promises.
Rejecting the prospect of two parallel worlds.