(RNS) — Political insiders and other pundits who are public about their beliefs are taking steps to tweet, post and blog according to the tenets of their faith.
(RNS) — Not waiting for social media platforms to take action, institutions from Washington to Auschwitz combat hate by creating a 'virtual community of remembrance.'
WASHINGTON (RNS) — Speaker Nancy Pelosi's public rebuke of a freshman representative who helped deliver the Democratic House majority was the latest exposure of an increasingly tense split among Democrats over U.S.-Israeli policy.
(The Conversation) — A tweet aimed at Elizabeth Warren is the latest statement to draw criticism of the president’s inaccurate portrayal of Native American history.
(RNS) — Bishop Talbert Swan, who has more than 75,000 followers, said he doesn’t plan to change the nature of his tweets but will avoid using a particular term in the future.
(RNS) — Bishop Talbert Swan, who said he had more than 70,000 followers, suspects the specific cause of the suspension is his use of a term considered racially insensitive by his detractors.
WASHINGTON (RNS) — Inside and outside the classroom, the 53-year-old Maine native said her goal is to help all creatures great and small (she’s an animal rights activist too) improve their lives.
(RNS) — Their conclusions correspond with what Muslim civil rights and advocacy groups are hearing, too.
(RNS) — As the Episcopal Church's 79th General Convention ends, many will remember the nine-day meeting as much for the memes as for the motions that passed.
NEW YORK (RNS) — If Jonathan Greenblatt took the job as head of the ADL thinking he would bring the organization into the 21st century, history had a bigger plan. The rise of white nationalism has given him a challenge his predecessor never had.
(USA Today) — 'This is the portrait of a so-called Christian whose only purpose in life is to lie for the wicked. Monstrous!' Carrey captioned his artwork.
(RNS) — 'I work hard everyday to combat racism and prejudices of all kinds. I want to apologize to the Jewish Community and anyone I have offended,' the councilman said.
(RNS) — Many of the supposed 'Jews' and their supporters called out Paul Nehlen's anti-Semitism with ridicule.
WASHINGTON (RNS) — 'It is unacceptable for these titans to discriminate against users just because their viewpoints are not congruent with ideas popular in Silicon Valley,' said NRB President & CEO Jerry A. Johnson.
(AP) — The videos were originally tweeted by the deputy leader of an anti-immigrant British fringe group who has been charged with religiously aggravated harassment.