My School Went on Lockdown…No More!

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I remember vividly the first time my school went on lockdown. I was nine years old and in my fourth-grade science class. My class was playing a bingo review game when my teacher got a phone call and quickly started taping paper over our classroom windows. I knew something was


5 Ways to Advocate for Public Education

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As students begin to return to the classroom, we are reminded of the ever growing needs of our public education system. Communities of faith do have a responsibility to be advocates for our students and the people who work in our schools. Our responsibility is grounded in our moral foundation


7 Things to do to Fight for Reproductive Justice

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This week, a draft from the Supreme Court of the United States overturning Roe v. Wade was leaked to the public. Taking an originalist view of the Constitution, Justice Alito states in this draft that “the Constitution makes no reference to abortion, and no such right is implicitly protected by


5 Ways to Celebrate Veterans Day

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No matter your views of militarism or war, the reality is…we must listen and care for those who have sacrificed so much. Veterans are more likely to suffer from physical, mental, and spiritual problems. They are more likely to experience economic and financial burdens leaving many of them homeless or

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