This photo makes everything look quite normal. That’s me with my old-fashioned notebook in the midst of a group of women who are telling my colleagues and I about the work they do to improve their lives and those of their families.
Their work is supported in part by the Council of Evangelical Churches of […]
The people of Mexico have lost one of their best young leaders. Gisela Mota was shot to death Saturday morning, Jan. 2, just 15 hours after being sworn in as mayor of Temixco, the suburban city on the southern edge of Cuernavaca, Morelos, Mexico.
I didn’t know Gisela personally, but for six years in […]
At a Pride parade, with all the fabulous costumes and music, it’s easy to forget the life and death struggles that continue for people whose sexual orientation or gender identity doesn’t fit notions of “normal” held by people with more power. We still have to overcome high rates of suicide, HIV and AIDS, violence, and […]