privilege

By Ann Boyd

Ann Boyd reflects on how raising daughters spurred her on to join in the Women’s March on Chicago.

By Dorcas Cheng-Tozun

When our family moved to Nairobi, Kenya, a few months ago, I braced myself for what would be the most awkward part of our transition — having a house helper in our home every day. As foreigners and people with means...

By Nancy Pedulla

She walks about twelve blocks, rides a train for ten minutes, and walks four more blocks. She is dressed professionally and travels with a rush of other morning commuters.  She walks in the door of her office, less than seven miles...

By Brenda Salter McNeil

I’ve been thinking almost non-stop about the shootings last week in Charleston. And, as I mentioned last week, I had to preach at my church yesterday as well. It’s been a profound burden for many...

By Tish Harrison Warren

Though each of their stories are different and each individual circumstance matters, Michael Brown, Tamir Rice, Eric Garner, Walter Scott, and Freddie Gray have become, collectively, icons of victimization and injustice...

By Sarah Pechan

Sarah Pechan calls readers to not contribute to poverty production with their funding and gives resources for socially responsible investing.