McNeil shares how to find the courage to pursue racial justice now and her leadership in the church during the Black Lives Matter movement.
"We need our leaders to be motivated by an unselfish sacrificial way of love that truly seeks the good and well-being of the American society," Curry says.
The Soul of the Nation with Jim Wallis informs and inspires everyone from grassroots organizers to political leaders to examine our priorities in meeting the biblical call for social justice and — from that examination — to take action to promote racial and social justice, life and peace, and environmental stewardship.
Wallis and Curry share King's vision of a beloved community and a multiracial democracy.
Sister Helen Prejean speaks with Rev. Wallis about her 30-year fight to abolish the death penalty.
Rev. Jim Wallis speaks with Rev. Wes Granberg-Michaelson about his latest book, Without Oars: Casting Off Into a Life of Pilgrimage. Granberg-Michaelson shares ways people of faith can embrace the journey through the unknown and the uncomfortable as a way of life.
Politics in Washington, D.C., is often antithetical to the teachings of Jesus. Rev. Jim Wallis and Rev. Rob Schenck, the president of the Dietrich Bonhoffer Institute, discuss the spiritual cost of placing access to power above the gospel.
Rev. Jim Wallis speaks with president of the National Latino Evangelical Coalition and co-lead pastor of The Gathering Place, Rev. Gabriel Salguero, about the Latinx vote. Salguero discusses where the evangelical Hispanic vote is going in this election and the mindset behind the Latino/Latina voter.
Rev. Jim Wallis speaks with the founder and director of the Initiative on Catholic Social Thought and Public Life at Georgetown University, John Carr.
In this special SOTN episode, Rev. Jim Wallis joins Peter Eisner and Jonathan Winer, hosts of District Productive's Unconventional Threat, to discuss Lawyers and Collars, an initiative that seeks to ensure that everyone--including our most vulnerable citizens — is able to safely and effectively exercise their right to vote.
"The country is only as strong as it treats the most vulnerable citizens," Williams-Skinner says. "Right now we are a weaker country because we are robbing not just Black and brown people, but elderly people."
House Majority Whip James E. Clyburn speaks with Rev. Jim Wallis about voting rights ahead of one of the most important presidential elections in modern history.