At church on a recent Sunday we were encouraged to find ways to see the world differently this week. Change our routine and change our perspective to help us get out of the rut of going through life without actually seeing the world. To that end we were asked to draw a slip of paper out of a basket on which was written some sort of paradigm destabilizer.
Part 2 of an interview with David Ugolor, head of the African Network for Environment and Economic Justice.
The day the Murphy Report on clergy sexual abuse of children in Dublin, Ireland was recently released found me
Elections took place Sunday, Nov. 29 in Honduras with National Party leader Porfirio Lobo declared the winner.
Although there are several points I find troubling, inaccurate, or misleading in the recent Manhattan Declaration, and although I noticed the relative
Young and old, large and small, farmers and pastors, men and women all lined the streets in front of Publix grocery stores in Florida last month.
In Crossing the Lines: A Novel, author Richard Doster enabled m
A Facebook friend sent me a link to a wonderful YouTube video.
After all the financial turmoil that 2009 has already brought, one would think that it would somehow be logical and practical to bring accountable reforms to the same banking institutions whose re