Resources To Subvert Columbus Day

It's hard to believe that in 2018, we're still debating the idea of Columbus Day. (A holiday we didn't start observing until recently.) But we are and I'm committed to remembering a different narrative as we raise our girls. I had the honor of talking with Kaitlin Curtice over at SheLoves Magazine today about ways … Continue reading Resources To Subvert Columbus Day

Two Books to Read for World Refugee Day

For as long as human history has been recorded, we have known about refugees. The Abrahamic faiths are built on an idea of fleeing and finding homes in new countries. But just because something has been happening for millennia doesn't mean we can't actively be trying to love our neighbors and find better solutions to … Continue reading Two Books to Read for World Refugee Day

Increasing Awareness of Justice Issues

Even though I've always been someone who is aware of justice issues, I've become much more intentional and aware in the past couple years. Since I rarely just jump into anything, I started this journey by reading more books, articles, and experts in the field of justice work. I wanted to share a few of … Continue reading Increasing Awareness of Justice Issues