Tagged: justice

The Shoe on the Other Foot

Charity vs. the business of alleviating poverty by Christopher Hutton I love TOMS. When Blake Mycoskie started the charitable shoe company in 2006 after seeing a need in Argentina, it was hard for me...

“Who Is Jesus Christ to You?”

by Al Tizon “Who is Jesus Christ to you?” I was asked this recently. Although it worth contemplating at any time, it strikes me as a particularly appropriate Christmas question. So thought I’d share...

Fallen Woman? I Was Pushed!

An interview with a sex-trafficking survivor interview by Kristyn Komarnicki Jacqueline Homan was born in Philadelphia into chronic, generational poverty. Orphaned and homeless at 13, she was trafficked by a criminal outfit until the...

Pedaling Justice

by Howard Pinder Miles covered: 1,700 and as many more to go. Weeks of riding: four, with four remaining. Cyclists: 15. Flat tires: 25 and counting. Broken bones: two. One month after leaving Seattle,...

Immigration Reform and Beyond

by Jen Smyers More than 1.5 million people have been deported in the last five years alone. More than 200,000 US-citizen children have endured the deportation of their parent. Family members are forced by...