#RacialJusticeEpiphany: Listening in the Dark

This weekend, 47 years after Martin King’s death, America will pause to remember his life and witness. At celebrations in churches, community centers and town squares across the country, many will wax eloquent, remembering Dr. King’s Dream.   Amidst the accolades, it’s also important to remember what people were saying about Dr. King 50 years ago. [Read More...]

#RacialJusticeEpiphany: Shine the Light on Inequality

Some years ago, when George W. Bush was president and some folks from Christian Peacemaker Teams were being held hostage in Iraq, Leah and I spent this first weekend of Epiphany across the street from the White House, keeping vigil and to “shine the light” on the Iraq War. January nights in DC are long [Read More...]


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