When our church offered Rosa sanctuary, our ordinary habits became a politics of hospitality.
“The historical truth is that no single person—no matter how gifted—has led complex social change on her own.”
Someone has got to do the dishes.
The folk singer has observed what brings neighbors together in communities where she performs.
When it comes to addressing local problems, proclamation isn't enough.
The young people leading this movement have heard enough about Martin Luther King's dream. It is not enough for church leaders to reply that they don't know much history.
Every win in our organization's history has come when a diverse group of Baltimoreans got out of their lanes and worked together.
“I like to think I’m a grassroots organizer," says Isaac S. Villegas of Chapel Hill Mennonite Fellowship. "I rearrange pews; I find people to make sloppy joes for hungry people.”