At Home in Little Village: Spare Time and After-Hours Advocacy for Young Professionals

Written by Joshua Moreno //  From location to actual tasks, there is nothing justice-inclined about my day job. On the eleventh floor, I can see young blondes on yachts the size of my apartment and towers ascend into clouds. My priorities are dictated by revenue and executives in London or vacationing in Cape Cod. I’m … Continue reading At Home in Little Village: Spare Time and After-Hours Advocacy for Young Professionals

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

Environmental Justice as Peacemaking

Written by Luke Overstreet //  “Loving kindness and truth meet together; Righteousness and peace kiss each other. Truth springs from the earth, And righteousness looks down from heaven.” Psalm 85:10 I still remember the first time that I ever read Psalm 85. I was sitting under a neem tree near my family’s home in Nouakchott, … Continue reading Environmental Justice as Peacemaking