Collaboration between low- and middle-income people is one of the keys to rebuilding the broken American Dream.
How to defend the family more.
John Perkins' pioneering ministry has shown that true racial reconciliation can only come with economic and political empowerment.
Communities at Risk
“AIDS is born in the house of poverty,” an Indian health worker says on Making Ends Meet: AIDS and Poverty, a new resource from the Mennonite Central Committee. The 18-minute DVD looks at communities in India and South Africa and how AIDS is impacting the economies of each. The DVD includes additional interviews, a 25-minute story on church workers in Zimbabwe and Mozambique, and other features. Excellent for Sunday school or study groups. www.mcc.org/aids
“Taking Back our Kids,” by Danny and Polly Duncan Collum (January 2006), has many important things to say about raising children in today’s American culture, but I take issue with one assertion: that it has been the “choice” of women to enter the workforce in the 1970s and beyond that is at least one cause of the degradation of the lives of children when compared to the 1950s.
How community-based investing transforms individuals - and religious institutions.
Sojourners associate editor Rose Marie Berger and photographer Ryan Beiler spent a Sunday afternoon in February with Wendell Berry at his farm in Henry County, Kentucky.
When global meets local, who wins?
Grameen Bank operates beyond the bottom line to benefit those at the bottom of the line.