Mary E. Hunt, MTS ’74, has no time for hand-wringing. She’s deeply concerned about the future of the country and the world, particularly since last November’s election. Read more about A Thirst for Justice
At a time when the White House proposes to increase military spending, what role can religious communities play today in resisting war and militarism and working for social and economic justice? Read more about Video: Beyond Militarization
Diane Moore, director of the Religious Literacy Project, provides insight to Politifact, which examined a claim that the U.S. Education Department introduced an Islamic indoctrination program for public schools.
Writing is freedom for Precious Rasheeda Muhammad, MTS ’01: freedom from the life-threatening allergies and respiratory problems that have plagued her since she was a child; freedom from the prejudice and misunderstanding she experienced growing up African American and Muslim; freedom from the racism and brutality she often sees in the world today. Read more about 'Sometimes I Can't Breathe, So I Write'