Several years ago I took part in a racial equity training program and like many progressive white people was consumed with guilt and anxiety. What could I do to contribute to racial equity – and to what the Jewish tradition calls tikkun olam (repairing the world)?
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The U.S. Catholic has announced Claretian Father Ferdinand Okorie as its magazine’s new editor-in-chief, effective July 1, 2020. Father Okorie succeeds Claretian Father John Molyneux, who served as the editor-in-chief of the award-winning publication since January 2003.
In the more than 100 years the Associated Church Press has existed, we’ve seen many pivotal events and social movements. The issues we now face should have been addressed years and decades before now.
Join Dove’s Nest executive director (and former ACP member) Anna Groff for a discussion on how COVID-19 restrictions have affected at-risk children and youth, and how to effectively communicate this need to churches and other religious communities.
The ACP joins with the Religion Communicators Council in affirming a call by WACC North America for an end to police attacks on journalists.
As protests continue in many U.S. communities following the killing of several Black Americans by police, how can faith-based journalists best cover the unfolding events?
The Associated Church Press would like to congratulate long time member, the Rev. Terry A. DeYoung of the Reformed Church in America, on his upcoming reception of the 2020 Henri J.M.Nouwen Award at the Annual Forum of the Religion and Spirituality Interest Network of AAIDD.
Associated Church Press member publication Broadview Magazine has been nominated for five awards in the 2020 Canadian National Magazine Awards.