Why Dignity is Not a Noun

By Dr. Barbara Benoliel | May 27, 2021 Until recently, I had not realized how much I was a part of causing harm. Not that it was intentional, but just because of who and what I am in the world, I am able to cause harm. Perhaps we all are unintentionally causing harm to someone,Continue reading “Why Dignity is Not a Noun”

Who We Free Not What We Cage

By Isaac Cudjoe | December 2, 2020 My earliest memory of social change originates in a small church, with about 17 other people who would meet Sundays, Tuesdays, and Fridays inside a middle school classroom. Sometimes when I shut my eyes, I can relive it all. I remember sitting by a cold classroom desk, oneContinue reading “Who We Free Not What We Cage”

On Charity and Change

Dr. Gary Kelsey | October 21, 2020 When I was young, I remember hearing President Lyndon Johnson announce he was instituting the War on Poverty! The goal was to eliminate poverty in the United States. I clearly remember his optimism and belief this war could be won! I still recall being excited that we couldContinue reading “On Charity and Change”