Topic: Social Justice

Rev. James Reeb: What Is Required of Us?

On Monday, March 8, 1965, the day after Bloody Sunday, Dr. Rev. Martin Luther King sent a telegram appeal to all faiths, urging clergy and all people of faith to come to Selma, Alabama to support their efforts of establishing equal voting rights. Rev. James … read more.

Passover: A Hope for Freedom

The Passover Seder is one of the most important celebrations on the Jewish calendar. Even Jews that are not religious the rest of the year will attend a Seder. Seders also have a universal appeal because of the values being celebrated: freedom, striving against oppression, … read more.

The Foundation of Family

The family unit is the building block of society. We will examine what we can do to strengthen our family bonds and relationships in order to create a stable foundation for the next generation.

Bobbie Ebony Butts is the mother of four children, and she says … read more.

Why Unions Matter and How to Support Them

I hear it all the time. Statements like… “I guess unions were once good and helped people out, but they’re unnecessary today”, or “unions just protect workers who don’t want to work”, or “those union bosses just want your dues money, that’s all they care … read more.