There are many of our fellow citizens who ask themselves today, how can or should we celebrate Presidents’ Day under a presidency which, to say the least, has the highest disapproval rating of any new […]
“He’s not just a saint, he’s Jeremiah”: An Interview with John Dear on Blessed Óscar Romero
On Thursday, May 21, 2015, while visiting the campus of the Universidad Centroaméricana José Simeón Cañas (UCA) in San Salvador, Meg Stapleton Smith and I spoke with renowned author, nonviolent activist, priest, Father John Dear. […]
Nonviolence Is Not White Bourgeois Propriety
As a white guy wading into the thicket of commentary related to Ferguson, I need to say one thing up front: The economic, political, and social structures of white supremacy that both overtly and covertly […]
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