A vandalized mural for LatinX Heritage Month that has been repainted by its creators to read "They tried to bury us, they didn't know we were seeds" with a raised fist.

Accompaniment, Direct Action, and Deportation: A Conversation with Noah Rubin-Blose

A Conversation with Noah Rubin-Blose //  Background: On November 23rd, 2018 Samuel Oliver-Bruno, an immigrant from Mexico who had been living in sanctuary at CityWell church for 11 months, was arrested by ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement) during a trap appointment at a U.S. Immigration Services office in Morrisville, North Carolina. 28 people of the many … Continue reading Accompaniment, Direct Action, and Deportation: A Conversation with Noah Rubin-Blose

Theme Overview: Civil Disobedience

The phrase “civil disobedience” might seem, at first glance, an oxymoron. How can someone break the law in a way that others would consider “civil?”  The contributors to this section are all asking that question, and come up with answers particular to their contexts. There are many ways, it seems, for conscientious people to resist … Continue reading Theme Overview: Civil Disobedience