No Hate Speech Movement
The No Hate Speech Movement is a youth campaign of the Council of Europe to reduce the levels of acceptance of hate speech online.
Reporting on Islam
While nearly 1 in four people identify as Muslim across the globe, a Pew Research survey in 2019 found that only six-in-ten U.S. adults know that Ramadan is an Islamic holy month and that Mecca is Islam’s holiest city and a place of pilgrimage for Muslims. Since the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, the U.S. Muslim […]
“Obama to take executive action on immigration”
Read a June 30, 2014, article from CNN about President Obama’s action on immigration policy issues in the wake of the 2013-14 surge in migrant children at the United States’ southern border.
“Immigration Reform Is Dead. Obama Is in Trouble.”
Read a June 27, 2014, article from Bloomberg View about national developments in immigration policy in the wake of the 2013-14 surge in migrant children at the United States’ southern border.
“70,000 Kids Will Show Up Alone at Our Border This Year. What Happens to Them?”
Read an article from July/August 2014 issue of Mother Jones about the expected surge of unaccompanied children arriving at the southern border of the United States in 2014.
Congregations learn to embrace disabled members
Diverse religious traditions share a common imperative to care for the marginalized, yet when it comes to people with disabilities, congregations have often struggled to adapt and be welcoming.
Art Ayris is CEO of Kingstone Media, a Florida-based company whose goal is “to become the ‘Marvel’ of the faith market, the leading publisher of Christian comic books and Biblical worldview graphic novels worldwide.”
“Superheroes and faith: How religion plays a role in the comic book industry”
Read a Nov. 29, 2013, Deseret News article about the increasing emergence of comic books and graphic novels in which religion is not simply alluded to, but central to the story.