Written by Kalei Hosaka // Anand was the kind of person who could challenge the world's darkest cynicism. Despite having lived with HIV for essentially his entire life, Anand found ways to joyfully inspire others—not least his peers also living with HIV. Anand found ways to bring hope into a community that had lost sight of it it. … Continue reading Medicine & Compassionate Care
Written by Gillian Henry // Buses, trams, the metro screeching underground, pedestrian crosswalks streaming people. Snow boots, leather boots, Converse, sandals. Squeaking snow, slushing muck, puffing cottonwood, blowing dust. To school, to church, to friends', to the market. This was my every day. College freshmen. Classes rushing, cafeteria clanging, armchair studying, passing the weight room … Continue reading Walking Humbly
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?
“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
Written by Michelle Ng // Home is a place where I am safe, I can relax, and I feel connected. Therefore, it seems to me that people who have left their homes have made a very difficult decision. In Hong Kong people migrate to other countries because of political concerns or economic development; migrant workers … Continue reading A Place Like Home