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Download/View PDF Charity vs. the business of alleviating poverty by Christopher Hutton I love TOMS. When Blake Mycoskie started the charitable shoe company in 2006 after seeing a need in Argentina, it was hard for me not to support him. Giving away free shoes by having people buy two pairs and walk out with only […]
Download/View PDF by Landon Eckhardt A couple of years ago I was living and working in New York City, where I embraced the daily challenge of trying to integrate my faith with both my work life and the culture of the city. New York City has five boroughs, where more than 8 million people speak […]
by Paul Alexander (Author’s note: “Whiteness” is capitalized throughout this article to highlight its historical importance as a constructed system of oppression that can have an end, like Pharaonic Egypt and the Roman Empire.) We’ve been scammed. Many of us have been raced-as-White by Whiteness, or raced-as-“less than White” by Whiteness. You and I have […]
Bringing affordable nutrition to the nation’s food deserts
Can the church learn to listen to gay Christians and to offer them livable narratives for life in the body?
Download PDF Becca Stevens is an Episcopal priest, a chaplain at Vanderbilt University, and the founder of two innovative ministries devoted to helping women rebuild their lives. Magdalene is a residential program that serves women, free of charge, for two years. Thistle Farms employs 40 residents and graduates who manufacture and market all-natural bath and […]
Download/View PDF by Julie J. Park In 1978, affirmative action in higher education went before the Supreme Court in Bakke v. University of California. With the Court split down the middle, the opinion written by Justice Powell stated that universities had a “compelling interest” in attracting racial diversity. While the Bakke case struck down the […]