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

Recovering a Childhood in a Syrian Refugee Camp

Written by Janice Leung // The wind blows over the hot desert sand. The makeshift tents sway to the rhythm of the unseen source of power. Sometimes nature strikes viciously, sometimes the air stands still. When the storm rages, it sends life into chaos. Chaos of disorder, destruction, and uncertainty.   // Khaled is a … Continue reading Recovering a Childhood in a Syrian Refugee Camp

Children of the Sand: Restoring the Home Poverty Stole

Written by Sandra Gastañudi Torres // (Article originally written in Spanish. Click here for the English translation) Spanish Alto Trujillo y Nuevo Jerusalén, son dos localidades contiguas, que se extienden en los  arenales del Cerro Cabra, en la ciudad de Trujillo; son altamente peligrosos y delictivos, abundan las pandillas, sicariato y bandas organizadas. Probablemente el germen del … Continue reading Children of the Sand: Restoring the Home Poverty Stole