Someone has got to do the dishes.
Two new books invite us to learn from what others have loved about the civil rights icon.
Felipe Hinojosa profiles resistance movements from the late 1960s and early 1970s, when religion and politics were inextricably linked.
A memoir of an activist whose life is grounded in Sikh mysticism
Jack Jenkins’s book is informative and persuasive, if not exactly unbiased.
Protesting in Jesus’ name is an outward act that yields inner transformation.
The stakes were high for those in the pipeline’s path—and they fought accordingly.
Samuel Escobar, René Padilla, and other Latin American evangelicals—and how their activism was overshadowed
Debating the best ways to pressure corporations for social good
Amy Jacques Garvey, Mittie Maude Lena Gordon, and the “back to Africa” movement
Ramsey shows the high stakes (and common mistakes) of online activism.
Michelle Dean's book isn't exactly a group biography. But it is a highly entertaining feast of quotes, anecdotes, and analysis.
Albert Raboteau profiles seven people who shaped the theology and practice of activism in 20th-century America.
We were already active in our community. Now we're on overdrive.
The whole church needs to encounter the courage and truthfulness of the fact that God created us good, to love and be loved.