Children from the neighborhood of Chamelecón, San Pedro Sula, Honduras, are learning breathing exercises to use in managing the trauma of living through Hurricane Eta and Iota that struck within two weeks in November 2020. The daily workshops, led by trauma specialist Claudina Lacayo (not pictured) were held for two weeks in early December at Iglesia Vida en Abundancia (Church of Life in Abundance)
The hope of advocacy December 18, 2020
Racial justice, economic recovery and the climate crisis November 5, 2020
Advocating to address hunger amid COVID-19 October 15, 2020
an open bible lies on a table next to fruit and a candle
Set aside a special Sunday to pray and advocate for migrants October 6, 2020
10 steps to deeper engagement in political advocacy September 25, 2020
the sun sets over tucson, arizona
Closing the door on asylum seekers September 9, 2020
Looking back on 13 years September 4, 2020
Welcome the seekers August 18, 2020
Part of the Gush Etzion bloc of Israeli settlements near Bethlehem in the West Bank, Palestine.
Congress responds to annexation August 6, 2020
A woman stands in a kitchen preparing corn tortillas
Immigrants are essential July 17, 2020
Person holds a protest sign reading "Peace on Earth Peace with Earth"
What does climate change have to do with racism? July 8, 2020
poster reads "no one is free when others are oppressed"
Safer communities for all July 1, 2020
A Palestinian family farm in the West Bank
Annexation would be "a mortal blow" to Palestinians July 1, 2020
Rethink, don't return to normal June 8, 2020
A creative COVID-19 response in Nigeria's Northeast June 8, 2020

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