Exercises in understanding race
I used to lead activities like the "Privilege Walk" and "Cross the Line." I couldn't shake the feeling that they were not taking us very far.
Essays by readers
In response to our request for essays on the topic mistake, we received many compelling reflections. Here is a selection.
Life in limbo for an immigrant teen
Most DACA recipients have family ties, school and work histories, and future plans that start and end here. But they have only a fragile legal footing.
Anger at the democratic deficit
Populism is a predictable recurring feature of any society that is unwilling or unable to be as democratic as it claims to be.
Water shutoffs and baptismal witness
At St. Peter's, the font beckons Detroiters to wade into freedom—while the bottled water around it brings to mind the principalities and powers.
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