Should We Stay or Should We Go?

Written by Alex & Lynn Jones //  “Alex, why do you live in the ‘hood?” my incredulous cousin asked during our (Alex and Lynn) wedding weekend. We graduated from college with a strong sense of intentionality: We moved with several of our friends to Chicago’s North Lawndale neighborhood to continue exploring themes of race, justice, … Continue reading Should We Stay or Should We Go?

Theme Overview: Justice as a Lifestyle

“Where do you walk? Who are your friends? Where do you go? What kind of everyday are you accustoming your children to?” Whether we have children or not, these questions—posed by Gillian Henry in her story “Walking Humbly”—are ones worth pondering. “Everyday” is the key word here: What kinds of impacts are caused by the … Continue reading Theme Overview: Justice as a Lifestyle

Refugees, Employment, & a Front Row Seat to Resilience

Written by Dan Peterson //  A collection of things occur both internally and externally when a person is forced to flee in order to secure the safety of both their own life and that of their family. The journey and traumas along the way often lead a person to deeply question their self-efficacy. A primary … Continue reading Refugees, Employment, & a Front Row Seat to Resilience

Together against Modern-Day Slavery: A Conversation with Matt Friedman

A Conversation with Matt Friedman //  Can you give us a breakdown of modern slavery? What are the main types of slavery today and the general demographics of people being enslaved? Matt: The latest figure is 45.8 million people in modern slavery. About 66%, or about 30 million of them are in Asia. About 75% … Continue reading Together against Modern-Day Slavery: A Conversation with Matt Friedman