Richie L. Liu is associate professor of marketing at Xavier University. His research and teaching are focused in the areas of branding and pro-social marketing, including how religiosity shapes consumer choices.
Christina Ward describes herself as “an author, editor, and seeker.” Her most recent book is Holy Food: How Cults, Communes, and Religious Movements Influenced What We Eat—An American History.
The Runnymede Trust is a U.K.-based think tank focused on researching racial inequalities in the U.K. and producing educational assets, policy briefings and public engagement pieces to provide the tools with which to “dismantle systemic racism and barriers to opportunity across society.” Its interim CEO is Shabna Begum.
The Museum of Jewish Heritage in Manhattan describes itself as a living memorial to the Holocaust, with the express aim of educating diverse visitors about Jewish life before, during and after the Holocaust. Press contact is Kate Brickman.
Search for Common Ground is a Washington D.C. and Brussels-based non-governmental organization that works to end violent conflict and build healthy, safe, and just societies.
Kelsey Dallas covers religion, sports and the Supreme Court for the Deseret News and serves as editor of the Sports Express team. She is also a former ReligionLink editor.
In this guide, ReligionLink offers background, resources and sources to help you understand — and report on — the many intersections between religion and labor.