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Searching for Equality in Indiana and Beyond

john a. powell, director, Othering & Belonging Institute | April 2, 2015

Throughout the history of our nation, many faith traditions have led on social issues. Religious leaders and faith-based communities played a critical role in the abolitionist movement, suffragist movement, and civil rights movement. Even today, there are vigorous and active communities of faith that speak out publicly to the issues of our time, from #blacklivesmatter … Continue reading »

Obama defends freedom of religion: Be not afraid of Mitt Romney

George Lakoff, professor emeritus of linguistics | August 14, 2012

Coauthored with Elisabeth Wehling Do you believe in freedom of religion? President Obama does, and he is defending Americans’ freedom of religion against Mitt Romney and Fox News in the administration of his health care bill. The president allows each woman to decide for herself whether or not to ask her insurance company to cover … Continue reading »