White protesters in Portland were given a glimpse of how Black lives do not matter in the face of state-sanctioned violence.
As a shooting survivor, I have spent years trying to convince people that it is worth making personal sacrifices for the sake of the collective good.
We must stop. We must weep. We must mourn. We must honor. And we must lament.
We live in the shadow of flags meant to forever hide us, to remind us we don’t belong.
Asserting rights is all about me, but wearing a mask is all about my care and concern for the feelings and well-being of others.
In this continuing crisis, the current lack of regulations on who can purchase a firearm is irresponsible, even fatal.
The tradition that we come from in the Black freedom struggle has a long history of challenging America while also living in America, loving a place that has not loved us back.
October reflections on the Revised Common Lectionary, Cycle A.
Dr. Nicole Baker Fulgham speaks with Rev. Jim Wallis about what Christians can do to help improve public schools for kids in crisis, particularly amid COVID-19.
What remains for all who’ve hit rock bottom is the long road to healing.
So how do we honor John Lewis and C. T. Vivian in the midst of our history — right now?
September reflections on the Revised Common Lectionary, Cycle A.