(RNS) — A 'National Day of Action' aims to call out the slice of the Indian American community that is sympathetic to India’s right-wing politics.
(RNS) — When Jew haters knock a yarmulke off a Jew's head, that's my yarmulke, and my head, as well.
HONG KONG (RNS) — Since protests began more than 12 weeks ago over an extradition bill that would allow Hong Kong residents to be sent to mainland China for trial, the city's Christian community has taken an active role.
NAIROBI, Kenya (RNS) — While cheered by the role Christians have played in liberating the largely Muslim country from its dictator, Bishop Yunan Tombe Trille Kuku wants to see the laws that impede religious freedom change as well.
(RNS) — The 'Raise Your Voice' author talked to RNS about speaking up at protests, on social media and around the dinner table.
(RNS) — 'We pause this day to recognize there are many among us here who have been wounded,' pastor says as both sides weigh the stakes of a Supreme Court nomination for their faith communities.
WASHINGTON (RNS) — As the national drama played inside, demonstrators from across the religious spectrum camped outside the Capitol building Thursday (Sept. 27) to protest for and against Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation to the U.S. Supreme Court.
(RNS) — The move has buoyed abortion-rights supporters, who are looking for the creation of more such zones around the nation.
WASHINGTON (RNS) — 'To our leaders in Congress and in the White House, I say: Arrest a nun, not a Dreamer!' said Sister Elise Garcia of the Adrian Dominican Sisters.
NAIROBI, Kenya (RNS) — The church brokered the agreement by which the country's authoritarian leader, President Joseph Kabila, was supposed to have stepped down more than a year ago.
CAIRO (AP) — The protests may be rooted in anger over the economy and corruption, but protesters quickly started chanting slogans directly against Khamenei and denouncing the Islamic Republic itself — not just a call for reforms, but an open and outright rejection of the ruling system.
(Reuters) More protests are planned against the governor, who is is running for re-election in a contest widely seen as a proxy battle for the next presidential election.
(RNS) The ban 'traumatizes refugees, most of whom are women and children, keeps families separated and punishes people who are themselves fleeing the terror we as a nation are rightly fighting to end,' said World Relief President Scott Arbeiter.
WARSAW — It was the second time Friday that Obama addressed policing issues as the rapidly evolving situation continued to command his attention in Warsaw, where he's attending a two-day NATO Summit.
(RNS) Memories of the protests from when the author was a student at the University of Missouri keep coming back.
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