Sojourners’ Lawyers and Collars initiative brings together faith leaders, attorneys, and civic engagement organizations to involve faith communities in voting rights education and protections. Exercising the right to vote is an act of righteous resistance and liberation — one that affirms the image of God in each voter.
This pandemic has been a challenge for everyone around the world in different ways, so Sojourners staff teamed up to create a video letter for all of you.
Voter suppression is a rampant practice in our nation's elections. Here's what we can do to fight it.
The nation must be given the chance to mourn, lament, and remember the dead.
The Supreme Court is expected to make final decision on future of DACA soon.
After the events that took place in Charlottesville, Va., in August 2017, Nikuyah Walker decided not only to stand up to white supremacists who took over her city, but also to become the city's mayor and make sure it never happens again.
At the age of 8 years old, Mari Copeny saw that her the health and well being of her hometown of Flint, Michigan was at risk and decided to do something about it.
Local 22 was a labor union in Winston-Salem, N.C., led by black women fighting for equal pay and equal rights for black workers in the 1940s.
In this week's Phenomenal Women of Black History, we're featuring Pauli Murray, an activist and writer who became the first African-American woman to become a priest in the Episcopal church.
See the work Sojourners accomplished with your support in 2019.
People of faith held a vigil outside of the office of Customs and Border Protection (CBP) to decry the preventable deaths of detained children seeking asylum.
The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. said it best: The church "is not the master or the servant of the state, but rather the conscience of the state." Join us as people of faith calling for senators to seek, defend, and act on the truth during the impeachment trial. http://bit.ly/SenateTrialActionAlert