Calling out America’s idolatry of work & the need for rest

Yes, we value hard work as Americans, but is it possible we value work TOO much?

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Intersected | I, too, am justice: Life as a disabled Latiné

When we fail to recognize that disability is integral to this ongoing conversation, we fail to come up with creative and effective preventative solutions.

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Intersected: life chances of Black African refugees in the U.S.

This week’s post focuses on the life chances of Black African refugees in the U.S., taking a look at the labor market, how knowledge of the English language plays in (you’ll be surprised!), and what an appropriate faith response might look like.

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Are Syrian refugees safe?

(published in the Wheaton Record on 03 December 2015; edited and updated here on 06 December 2015) I’m not surprised that well over half of the United States is essentially barring Syrian refugees, despite the illegality of officially doing so and the human rights violations any de facto or de jure laws induce. This country…

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