When Lyla June Johnston, a poet and musician of Navajo and Cheyenne lineages uploaded a spiritual rap song in support of the Standing Rock protests, she never imagined it would be viewed by [...]
“It’s sort of like getting the Martin Luther Kings, the Gandhis, the Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschels, the Dorothy Days, the Fannie Lou Hamers of our time together and creating a sense of community."
She is “cultural broker” for those who fear the unknown based on what they have read or heard in the news.
“To think that space could communicate essential human values, to draw a diverse community together by creating a platform to advance good in the world”
I’ve been pondering the specter of lynching as a very real way to talk about how the horrific act of crucifixion still happens today.
"If we follow the Earth's rhythms instead of forcing her to follow the rhythms of our greed, we will know peace. We will know true wealth. We will know beauty."
What lessons do the religious, progressive pioneers of the Wisconsin idea teach us in the 21st century.
Most Christians in Myanmar find themselves twice disenfranchised, by both religious faith and ethnicity.
By Ilgin Beygo Yorulmaz Not far from The Riverside Church in Harlem where Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. gave his famous Vietnam speech 50 years ago, an interfaith march took place Wednesday to [...]