America

This list includes every page tagged with "America."

  • By Heather Rion Starr
    From Braver/Wiser
    Our conversations about the history of our country—the actions of our ancestors—can be made new and relevant and understandable. We can and must have these conversations.
  • By Jude Geiger
    From Braver/Wiser
    We can’t turn back the clock to save lives, but maybe we can change our addiction to productivity that enables our leaders to fail us so tragically.
  • By Ibram X Kendi
    From WorshipWeb
    If I could somehow shape the world, we would eradicate the term 'not racist.' It would force people to recognize that they’re either racist or anti-racist.
  • By Kristen L. Harper
    From WorshipWeb
    We will ring out the ghosts of those lost in the middle passages, lost to the whips and depravation, lost to the lynches and the bullets, lost to the prisons and the chains of racism.
  • By Otto O'Connor
    From WorshipWeb
    Let us pay tribute to our movement ancestors, many of them transwomen of color who led the first rebellion that night.
  • By Lindasusan Ulrich
    From Braver/Wiser
    If justice is to be realized, our voices must speak loudly—even boisterously—of love.
  • By Erika A. Hewitt, Paul S Sawyer
    From WorshipWeb
    To a camp of soldiers, the notes of Taps meant that, unless you were on duty, you could close your eyes and sleep in peace.
  • By Michael Bronski, Richie Chevat
    From Beacon Press
    Queer history didn't start with Stonewall. This book explores how LGBTQ people have always been a part of our national identity, contributing to the country and culture for over 400 years
  • By James Gertmenian
    From Braver/Wiser
    Love without justice is not love. Compassion without deeds is not compassion. Faith without action is not faith. And religion without politics is not religion. In my view, people of faith are not entitled to avoid politics for the sake of a short-lived spiritual high.
  • By Ryan Lugalia-Hollon, Daniel Cooper
    From Beacon Press
    A narrative-driven exploration of policing and the punishment of disadvantage in Chicago, and a new vision for repairing urban neighborhoods