Albert Raboteau profiles seven people who shaped the theology and practice of activism in 20th-century America.
To Mary Clark Moschella, joy is a countercultural phenomenon.
Miss Brooks would be 100 years old today. Her poetic-prophetic vision is worth celebrating.
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Today's laborers are more likely cleaning toilets than mining coal. But there's still a need to organize.
What happened to the civil rights movement? David Chappell offers a carefully wrought study of a nation's fitful waking from a beautiful dream.
Like it or not, Wikipedia is here and it will probably stay. Everybody from third grade history students to graduate level scholars use them. Even when Wiki pages cannot be cited, we still use them. We are forming history on that site.
As church leaders, we have our ears, hearts, and words. We pray that God will use them. But we also have limitations--time, energy, and ability. And even though we feel helpless, like we can never do enough, sometimes being the person who takes the picture, who tells the story is our most important job.