New look. Same commitment. We are Sojourners.
This poem by Allison Woodard, which first aired on The Liturgists podcast last year, speaks to the role of God as mother figure in our lives. Many thanks to both Allison and the podcast for permission to share this poem.
As our current media and political narrative from the border paints a grim picture, a look at how advocates like Border Angels are working to offer a different kind of welcome—
If congregations could conceive of their buildings differently, could we address the nation's major affordability gap? A look at the trend of faith-based organizing for affordable housing.
On Friday, March 15th, an estimated 1.4 million kids in 123 countries skipped school to participate in a youth climate strike, advocating for stronger climate policies. Here was the view in Washington, D.C.
There are now at least 35 public cases of sanctuary. This film documents the stories of Minerva García and Eliseo Jimenez, the congregations that received them, and the many branches of the sanctuary movement.
How will church leaders, pastors, and local congregations respond to the escalations of crises coming in 2019? Watch the latest statement from the #ReclaimingJesus elders—
Imam Khalid Latif is one of the powerful voices featured in the series, The Secret Life of Muslims. Here, he shares his story.
School segregation did not end with Brown v. Board of Education — it took the hard work of women like Mae Mallory and the Harlem 9 to move us toward racial equality in our school systems.
Shirley Chisholm was the first black woman elected to the United States Congress, the first black candidate to run for a major party's nomination for president, and the first woman to run for the Democratic Party's presidential nomination.
The Black Lives Matter movement has become a voice of solidarity. Today we celebrate Alicia Garza, the woman behind the hashtag.
If you’re not familiar with Fannie Lou Hamer and the Freedom Farm Cooperative, you have a lot to learn about agricultural justice in the U.S.