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Carr-Petrova Duo Sparks Dialogue on Displaced People through their Novel Voices Project

August 30, 2019

Public Performances and concerts highlight local and international communities

The Carr-Petrova Duo, both wearing black, pose. One has brown hair the other blond. The blond-haired woman holds a violin.

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Palestine through the eyes of children

August 30, 2019

“Allow the children to come to me,” Jesus said, “Don’t forbid them, because the kingdom of heaven belongs to people like these children.” (Matthew 19:14)

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What is the Zacchaeus Tax?

August 26, 2019

Church and Society recently supported the official launch of the Zacchaeus Tax Campaign, a global ecumenical initiative aimed at reducing inequality and addressing the climate emergency through corporate and wealth taxation.

A panel of people sits at a table in front of a small audience in rows of chairs. On the wall behind them, a powerpoint presentation is projected on a large screen.

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Hiking Day

August 20, 2019

A theological reflection on "Hiking Day" by Anne and Lizzy Rockwell, an illustrated book about a young girl experiencing nature for the first time.

A tall image in portrait view of a thick forest. The trees are lush and there is greenery at their trunks.

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Buried Sunlight

August 19, 2019

With climate change taking center stage throughout the 2020 presidential campaign and the shift in language from “climate change” to “climate crisis,” ignoring the impact we as humans have on our world is impossible.

A full view of the earth from space. It centers on North and South America, with clouds swirling over them. The background is the black, mildly starry cosmos.

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EYA Experiences: Shannon Mendez Silva

August 15, 2019

Shannon Mendez Silva interned at RESULTS as part of Church and Society's Ethnic Young Adult internship program. She reflects on lessons she learned while serving as an intern and what motivated her during that time.

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EYA Experiences: Mariam Zaki

August 12, 2019

Mariam Zaki interned with the National Disability Rights Network as part of Church and Society's Ethnic Young Adult internship program. She reflects on a trip the EYA interns made to New York City during the summer.

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EYA Experiences: Kelly Dunlap

August 7, 2019

Kelly Dunlap served as the Ethnic Young Adult Chaplain and seminar assistant. She reflects on an experience from earlier this summer which allowed her to mentor and learn from a group young adults which paid a visit to Church and Society.

EYA interns pose for a group picture on the steps of the Supreme Court Building.


God weeps at Congress’s inaction

August 5, 2019

Dozens of people died last weekend in shootings across the country. Many lives might have been saved if the U.S. Senate passed universal background checks legislation.

GBCS staff in orange for gun violence awareness

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Reflection: A commitment to migrants

August 5, 2019

Ana Maria Rodriguez-Alfonso joins us as a general summer intern from the Boston University School of Theology with experience in public and constitutional law, human rights, disarmament, demobilization and reintegration, and public services. In this piece, she reflects on what drove her to serve with Church and Society.

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