(RNS) — Hari Kondabolu might be the only comic in the world with a Netflix special and a graduate degree in human rights.
(RNS) — 'The decaying of the soul often leads to decaying of societies, of countries, of nations, of the world.'
(RNS) — Racial profiling takes a toll on our deepest and most sacred relationships, reason enough to end this damaging and painful practice.
(RNS) — Sandeep Singh Dhaliwal accepted the risks of creating awareness, forging new relationships and building trust for Sikhs like him and minorities everywhere.
(RNS) — Even when we excuse the perpetuation of stereotypes by claiming ignorance or good intentions, it’s undeniable that they impact others in harmful ways.
(RNS) — Seeing someone dressed in unfamiliar attire, like a Punjabi kurta pajama, may cause confusion or raise an eyebrow. It should not be a cause for hate.
(RNS) — Divisive rhetoric is a serious threat to our dignity, but when people tell me to 'go back' to where I came from, my response is simple: I ask them what they have against Texans.
(RNS) — The love shown to a Senegalese Muslim basketball player — in a political moment of immense anti-immigrant, anti-black and anti-Muslim bigotry — shows us what a politically useful function sports can serve.
(RNS) — Sunita Vishwanath founded Sadhana in 2011 to counter those in India and abroad who she believes are co-opting Hinduism for political gain.
(RNS) — For both sides, treating human beings with basic respect and dignity, no matter who they are, is a test.
(RNS) — Where the arguments of laicity offered by defenders of Quebec's new law fall flat is in the real world.
(RNS) — Ethno-nationalism is a regressive way of constructing and inhabiting a nation, yet its popularity is surging in the skyrocketing Hindu nationalism in India or the rise of white nationalism in the United States.
(RNS) — The argument against Islam, says legal scholar Asma Uddin in a Q&A, has nothing to do with a philosophical interrogation of 'religion,' and everything to do with depriving Muslims of their rights.
(RNS) — The 108-year-old's record-breaking running career traverses key issues like classism, racism, literacy bias, ableism and ageism.
(RNS) — Connecting with a sacred moment of servant-leadership can be done by looking for ways to incorporate humility into our daily lives.