Articles tagged with Inequality
How do you repent of social sin?
Frederick Douglass's powerful witness embodied a vision for love and justice that remains a rebuke to the violence of our day.
A photo essay.
Lessons on creative wisdom from jazz and its disciplines.
Seeing and being seen in back-row America.
The church as co-conspirator in unrelenting, adaptive racism.
A data scientist uncovers the power of hidden algorithms that carry out digital injustice.
What if unbelief is a social ill? Would we have the courage to name it? And hope otherwise?
There's nothing magical about "the people," unless they aspire to become a citizenry.
If work is service, the opportunities to work are infinite.
Lessons about friendship, education, and influence in the life of Hannah More
When remembering is painful, but necessary.
How to remember the truth with love, and why we should hope to forget.
Private education is a public good.
Do you want to live in a world where everyone gets an "A"?