(RNS) — The gospel artist said he continues to be ‘very vocal about the lack of the church’s voice in social issues.’
(RNS) — The 1963 event about economic empowerment and civic engagement is being echoed amid a new political climate.
(RNS) — A Muslim group called for ‘immediate action’ against the officers involved in the shooting of the man Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers identified as Jacob Blake.
PASADENA (RNS) — More than 10 protesters wound up spending the night at All Saints Church after the Rev. Mike Kinman said a brief standoff with police ensued outside the church.
(RNS) — Advocates are intensifying demands that Maricopa County Attorney Allister Adel and Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego appoint a special prosecutor to investigate the killing.
(RNS) — The initiative brings together Black, Hispanic and Asian organizations along with groups focused on prisoners, prayer and public justice.
(RNS) — Brenda Salter McNeil, pastor, writer and speaker, says in her new book, 'Becoming Brave,' that now is the time for Christians to act for racial justice.
(RNS) — While the government can't tell people what to believe, it can restrict their actions. That includes restricting religious practices during a pandemic.
(RNS) — The functional theology of evangelicalism offers a limited toolkit for understanding racism.
(RNS) — The Rev. Jacqueline Lewis said she is joining other clergy who have taken action on social justice in nontraditional ways.
During the protests over George Floyd's death, more than 500 Black Lives Matter protesters were arrested in Cincinnati and excessively charged with misconduct, some pastors and other residents say.
(RNS) — ‘The evangelical pastors that we interviewed, ultimately chose racial reconciliation as their primary frame,’ a scholar said of study of multiracial church leaders.
(RNS) — A group of Jews has been gathering daily at Brooklyn's Grand Army Plaza to lament injustices against Black Americans. It will culminate Thursday (July 30), on Tisha B’Av, the Jewish day of mourning for the Jerusalem Temple.
(RNS) — Perhaps the biggest obstacle to white Christians’ full participation in the movement for racial equality is an unshakable commitment to our own innocence.
(RNS) — We can honor these civil rights giants by voting to elect leaders at every level who are committed to transforming public safety so that everyone can experience equal justice under the law.