• Switzerland’s Original Reformer Was Creative, Combative, and Frequently Controversial

    Switzerland’s Original Reformer Was Creative, Combative, and Frequently Controversial
    A new biography captures the misunderstood faith of Huldrych Zwingli.
    Huldrych Zwingli (1484–1531) has not usually fared well at the hands of historians. Whether cast as Martin Luther’s antagonist or as John Calvin’s (largely forgotten) understudy, the Zurich reformer has been widely misunderstood, oftentimes vilified, and frequently ignored. Even in death, Zwingli proved to be controversial: Though a fierce opponent of the Swiss mercenary system, he perished in battle, sword i
  • Pro-Life Ob-Gyns: Ectopic Pregnancy, Miscarriage Care Will Continue After Roe

    Pro-Life Ob-Gyns: Ectopic Pregnancy, Miscarriage Care Will Continue After Roe
    Even if the pills and procedures seem similar to elective abortion, doctors know the difference between treatment when a pregnancy ends and treatment to end a pregnancy.
    Roughly 10 percent to 20 percent of known pregnancies end in miscarriage, and one in 50 pregnancies will be diagnosed as ectopic pregnancies, a potentially fatal condition in which an embryo develops outside the mother’s uterus.
    Both miscarriage and ectopic pregnancy can be physically and emotionally painful. For Christian
  • Abortion Bans Should Ban Abortion

    Abortion Bans Should Ban Abortion
    Miscarriage and ectopic pregnancies are not abortion. Pro-life Christians urge clear distinctions in state laws.
    In the recent breathtaking development from the US Supreme Court, a leaked draft opinion for the Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization case indicated that abortion rights would be reversed.
    In the fallout, headlines appeared warning women that if the rulings Roe v. Wade and Planned Parenthood v. Casey are overturned, their access to healthcare would be compromised—n
  • Died: Fred Carter, Little-Known Black Artist Behind Chick Tracts

    Died: Fred Carter, Little-Known Black Artist Behind Chick Tracts
    “Shy” creator drew stories of sin and salvation seen by millions.
    His name did not appear on his art. Most of the millions who have seen it do not know who he is.
    But Fred Carter’s art is unforgettable.
    He drew bodies that were heavy—weighted with humanity and the possibility of redemption. He painted biblical characters who seemed real enough that their struggles and stories could be the viewers’ own. He depicted sin so that it was tempting; salvation so it mattere
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  • Willow Creek Cuts Staff Budget by $6.5 Million

    Willow Creek Cuts Staff Budget by $6.5 Million
    During the pandemic, just a couple years after Bill Hybels’s resignation, attendance at the Chicago-area megachurch fell by half.Willow Creek Community Church, one of the largest and most highly regarded congregations in the nation, will lay off 30 percent of its staff due to post-COVID-19 declines in attendance and giving.
    “Willow is about half of the size we were before COVID, which is right in line with churches across the country,” Dave Dummitt, Willow Creek Community Churc
  • How Seminary Downsizing Cuts into Community

    How Seminary Downsizing Cuts into Community
    Selling a residential campus comes at the cost of embodied fellowship.
    There is no good news coming from freestanding seminaries, and there hasn’t been for some time. Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary closure of its campus in Hamilton, Massachusetts, is simply the latest in a string of downsizing among evangelical seminaries.
    Trinity’s Divinity school (TEDS) recently downsized its faculty, and Fuller Theological Seminary consolidated its campus and programs a few years ago, shortly
  • Evangelical Pro-Lifers Clash Over Criminalizing Abortion

    Evangelical Pro-Lifers Clash Over Criminalizing Abortion
    Ahead of a potential ruling to overturn Roe v. Wade, Founders Ministries’ Tom Ascol and other “abolitionists” voice opposition to longstanding “incremental” approach, calling for penalties for women.
    The way Florida Southern Baptist pastor Tom Ascol sees it, there is little difference between a woman who chooses to end her pregnancy and a hit man.
    Both pay someone to end a human life, his argument goes, and so both should face criminal charges. “It’s lik
  • Exodus, Judges, or Nehemiah: Lebanon’s Evangelicals Assess Surprising Election Victory

    Exodus, Judges, or Nehemiah: Lebanon’s Evangelicals Assess Surprising Election Victory
    Amid a rapidly collapsing nation, Christians hope surge of new politicians opposed to traditional sectarian parties will follow biblical parallels.
    On the eve of Lebanon’s parliamentary elections last weekend, Resurrection Church of Beirut (RCB) called for a prayer meeting. The short meditation focused on Psalm 147: heal the brokenhearted and sustain the humble—but cast the wicked to the ground.
    Mired in economic crisis, many Lebanese blame a corrupt political class.
    Three years ago,
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  • After Shooting, Churches Navigate China-Taiwan Tensions Under the Surface

    After Shooting, Churches Navigate China-Taiwan Tensions Under the Surface
    While Presbyterian Church in Taiwan has historic ties to the push for independence, most Chinese congregations in the US avoid highlighting the ongoing political polarization.As soon as they heard that a gunman attacked a Taiwanese church in California on Sunday, some Taiwanese correctly assumed political motives.
    The clash between the desire for Taiwan’s independence and the desire for its reunification with China has a long history with current relevance. Still, among diaspora churches i
  • The Gospel Doesn’t Always Have to Come with a House Key

    The Gospel Doesn’t Always Have to Come with a House Key
    The power of introverted hospitality in an extroverted world of church ministry.
    Perhaps the most difficult area for me as an introverted Christian woman and pastor’s wife has been the biblical call to hospitality and our culture’s interpretation of this calling.
    Popular Christian discussions of hospitality are often centered around women, especially homemakers, and include strikingly extroverted elements of actively inviting over neighbors and strangers, making meals for a crowd, in
  • Buffalo Pastors Respond to Loss of Community ‘Pillars’

    Buffalo Pastors Respond to Loss of Community ‘Pillars’
    After a mass shooting targeting Black grocery store customers, local Christians consider all they lost.
    Soon after a white 18-year-old shooter targeted Black customers of a community grocery store in Buffalo, New York, on Saturday, Denise Walden, executive director of Voice Buffalo, a social justice and equity organization, was coordinating clergy to offer grief counseling and help families immediately and, she hopes, for the foreseeable future.
    She was also grieving personally: She knows the fa
  • Seven Trials, Two Dangers, and One Underappreciated Book

    Seven Trials, Two Dangers, and One Underappreciated Book
    Church leaders care too much about numbers and too little about Numbers.
  • Leading Psychologist Bridges Trauma Healing and the Black Church

    Leading Psychologist Bridges Trauma Healing and the Black Church
    Incoming American Psychological Association president Thema Bryant’s “psychology for the people” approach is already helping break Christian stigmas around therapy.
    Thema Bryant’s calling to psychology started when she picked up her family’s home telephone as a pastor’s kid growing up in Baltimore.
    Her father, Bishop John R. Bryant, led Bethel African Methodist Episcopal (AME) Church—one of the biggest congregations in the city and the oldest in Maryland
  • Gordon-Conwell to Sell Main Campus, Move to Boston

    Gordon-Conwell to Sell Main Campus, Move to Boston
    After a decade of enrollment decline, leaders began to see the seminary’s biggest financial asset as a liability. They hope relocation could be the big change they need.After years of declining enrollments, budget deficits, and deep faculty and staff cuts, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary has decided to sell its 102-acre main campus in Hamilton, Massachusetts.
    The historic evangelical seminary plans to relocate to Boston, where many of its students live already, while continuing to oper
  • What Is Antisemitism? Evangelicals Favor Different Definitions

    What Is Antisemitism? Evangelicals Favor Different Definitions
    European Evangelical Alliance becomes latest Christian group to sign onto IHRA working definition. Others favor Jerusalem Declaration alternative.
    In a solemn ceremony last month at the World Holocaust Remembrance Center in Jerusalem, the European Evangelical Alliance (EEA) laid a wreath of remembrance.
    It was also a pledge.
    “In awe and profound shame,” the alliance wrote on its Yad Vashem laurel, “yet with the promise for future solidarity.”
    Alongside dialogue partners f
  • First Pastor to Defy COVID-19 Lockdowns Wins in Court

    First Pastor to Defy COVID-19 Lockdowns Wins in Court
    Following several earlier decisions siding with religious groups, the leader of a Oneness Pentecostal congregation in Louisiana declares, “Devil, you just got dethroned.”
    Tony Spell, the first pastor to publicly defy COVID-19 lockdown orders, has won his legal battle against the state of Louisiana two years later.
    The state Supreme Court decided 5 to 2 on Friday that the governor did not have a good reason to block Spell’s Oneness Pentecostal church from meeting for worship whi
  • Elderly Taiwanese Church in California Attacked by Shooter

    Elderly Taiwanese Church in California Attacked by Shooter
    Members showed “exceptional heroism and bravery” as they overtook the gunman, who killed one person and wounded five.
    A celebratory Sunday luncheon for the former pastor of a Taiwanese congregation in California ended in “grief and disbelief” when a gunman opened fire, killing one person and injuring five others.
    Visiting from Taiwan, the longtime pastor of Irvine Taiwanese Presbyterian Church knocked down the shooter, preventing the intruder from reloading and firing at
  • Vote as a Christian, Not Because You Are Christian

    Vote as a Christian, Not Because You Are Christian
    Lebanese evangelicals—like believers worldwide—often approach elections torn between hope and despair. But with a major vote looming, do they have a biblical mandate to participate?
    Lebanon is a mess. A stalled revolution. The Beirut explosion. Economic collapse.
    But now we have a chance to vote. On May 15, for the first time in four years, citizens can react officially to the disastrous failure of our ruling parties. Even if in limited fashion, ballot boxes can change the course of
  • Five Lesser-Known Children’s Fantasy Series That Point to the Gospel

    Five Lesser-Known Children’s Fantasy Series That Point to the Gospel
    Meet a new generation of authors picking up where Lewis and Tolkien left off.
    When COVID-19 seized the world, and our kids, wide-eyed, first voiced their fears, our family devotions helped assure them that nothing, not even a pandemic, could wrench them away from God’s love. And the quieter moments spent cuddled on the couch, steeped in the magic of Narnia and Middle Earth, reminded them of that truth.
    In challenging times, stories that point children to the gospel are as vital as air. J.
  • Why Taiwan’s Christians Should Support Ukraine: A Theological Rationale

    Why Taiwan’s Christians Should Support Ukraine: A Theological Rationale
    Christian solidarity doesn’t derive from civil religion, but from the church’s role in redemptive history amid world history.
    Every year, the people of Taiwan come together on February 28 in remembrance of an event from 1947 that ended with massive police and military crackdowns. In commemorating “228,” we reflect on our nation’s historic and current struggles against tyranny to establish and protect the rights and freedoms that we presently enjoy.
    This year, I call
  • Why Not All Pro-Lifers are Celebrating

    Why Not All Pro-Lifers are Celebrating
    Like the prophet Jeremiah, a biblical lament for abortion is neither apathetic nor triumphant.
    Colloquially, English speakers often use two words to mean “indifference”: ambiguity and ambivalence. But if you consult a dictionary, neither of these words actually means a lack of feeling. Ambivalence means “having mixed feelings” while ambiguity signals a general “lack of clarity.”
    Part of the confusion lies in how we often cope with both mixed feelings and uncer
  • How Shall We Now Grieve Abortion?

    How Shall We Now Grieve Abortion?
    After Roe v. Wade is overturned, we must find new ways to turn our mourning into action.
    For 15 years, my mother headed each week to the back room of a small office suite to sort baby clothes.
    A stalwart volunteer at our community’s crisis pregnancy center, my mother processed thousands of donations over her years of service—clothes, car seats, cribs, maternity wear, even infant formula. She had watched in sorrow as Roe v. Wade passed in 1973 and viewed caring for expectant mothers a
  • Here’s What Thousands of Christian WeChat Accounts Reveal About Chinese Internet Evangelism

    Here’s What Thousands of Christian WeChat Accounts Reveal About Chinese Internet Evangelism
    Were rampant commercialism and plagiarism more harmful for Chinese Christians than government censorship?
  • Photos Show Ukraine’s Bible Belt Struck Down But Not Destroyed

    Photos Show Ukraine’s Bible Belt Struck Down But Not Destroyed
    After Russia’s withdrawal from Kyiv suburbs, Irpin evangelical ministries emulate the scattered yet persevering church from Acts 8.
    Ministry had been going so well in Irpin, Ukraine.
    Over the past decade, the population of Kyiv’s northwest suburb swelled to 90,000, and Irpin Bible Church (IBC) grew with it. The Baptist congregation grew to include 700 adults, with an additional 300 children. And in 2019, 12 members launched a church plant in the “New Blocs” neighborhood,
  • Southern Baptists Drop 1.1 Million Members in Three Years

    Southern Baptists Drop 1.1 Million Members in Three Years
    Baptism tallies, though, are beginning to recover from 2020’s pandemic plunge.
    The Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) has lost over a million members in the past three years, with back-to-back years of the COVID-19 pandemic following a decade-plus of decline.
    Reported SBC membership fell to 13.7 million in 2021, its lowest tally in more than 40 years, according to the latest Annual Church Profile released on Thursday.
    Membership in America’s largest Protestant denomination has dropped
  • How to Lose the Abortion Debate While Winning It

    How to Lose the Abortion Debate While Winning It
    Christian cultural influence only lasts when it’s backed up by the moral credibility of the church.
    This piece was adapted from Russell Moore’s newsletter. Subscribe here.
    As leak after leak from the United States Supreme Court indicates, the Roe v. Wade decision that has legalized abortion for nearly 50 years likely will soon be gone.
    The question of where a pro-life ethic goes from here won’t be decided by courts or even legislatures, but by the state of the church in America
  • Being a Political Journalist Made Me a Better Christian

    Being a Political Journalist Made Me a Better Christian
    While many Christians are hostile towards news media, my faith grew deeper because of it.
  • Report: Christians May Have Helped Run Half of Native American Boarding Schools

    Report: Christians May Have Helped Run Half of Native American Boarding Schools
    Canada’s findings at Kamloops last year have spurred US officials and denominations to investigate their involvement in the residential school system.The United States operated 408 boarding schools for indigenous children across 37 states or then-territories between 1819 and 1969 — half of them likely supported by religious institutions.
    That’s according to the first volume of an investigative report into the country’s Indian boarding school system that was released Wedne
  • They Might Be Giants. (Or Angels. Or Superhuman Devils.)

    They Might Be Giants. (Or Angels. Or Superhuman Devils.)
    Who, or what, are the Nephilim? We don’t know—and maybe we don’t need to.
    So are you going to write about the Nephilim? This was the question several friends asked me after I signed a contract to write The Characters of Creation, a book about the first few chapters of the Bible. I didn’t think I could avoid writing about them, given how they show up in Genesis 6, one of Scripture’s more bizarre chapters.
    As someone who has confidence in the authority and inerrancy o
  • Christians Should Lead the Way in Diversity and Equity

    Christians Should Lead the Way in Diversity and Equity
    Our faith encourages us to give unto others the same sense of belonging we have received.
    For those of us who believe we are saved by faith and who care for others as an extension of our faith, we know that the former must precede the latter—and yet it’s easy to let tasks and to-dos be our guiding stars.
    As a three on the Enneagram, I intimately understand what it looks like to let the pursuit of progress and accomplishment overshadow why we’re on the journey to begin with. The
  • How American Exclusion Created the Chinese Church

    How American Exclusion Created the Chinese Church
    The first Chinese converts in the US were drawn to a gospel of equality.
  • Do Single Christians Need a Better Theology of Singleness, or Better Relationship Training?

    Do Single Christians Need a Better Theology of Singleness, or Better Relationship Training?
    As two recent books demonstrate, the answer is both—together. (And not only for singles.)
    Marriage is on the decline, at least in the United States, but whether you see that as a crisis or an opportunity depends on how you frame ideal life and community. As two recent books show, it’s possible for Christians to reach very different conclusions about the current state of relationships. That’s a good thing.
    Those who lament declining marriage tend to focus on what it means for fa
  • Why Tennessee Is Just Now Looking at Lifting a Ban on Clergy in the Legislature

    Why Tennessee Is Just Now Looking at Lifting a Ban on Clergy in the Legislature
    A Presbyterian was burnt in effigy, a Methodist was shot in the leg, and that’s just the start of the story of this constitutional prohibition.
    Tennessee voters will decide this fall whether to lift a ban on clergy serving in the state legislature. The ban hasn’t been enforced since 1978, when the United States Supreme Court ruled it unconstitutional, but it’s still written in the state constitution, as it has been since Tennessee was founded.
    The state senate and assembly have
  • Let the Modern World Make You Uncomfortable

    Let the Modern World Make You Uncomfortable
    Jake Meador challenges the church to rethink its attachment to the American way of life.
  • The Supreme Court Leak Was an Unplanned Complication for Pregnancy Centers

    The Supreme Court Leak Was an Unplanned Complication for Pregnancy Centers
    Caught in a national firestorm, Christian groups focus on local needs of women preparing for babies.
    Penni Hill never expected First Step Pregnancy Resource Center in Bangor, Maine, to become a target of pro-life protestors. The pregnancy center is, after all, a pro-life alternative to an abortion clinic, helping women choose to carry their pregnancies to term.
    But days after the leak of a draft of a Supreme Court ruling overturning Roe v. Wade, some phone calls came in, with people shouting tha
  • Despite Pandemic Holdups, Christians Keep Shifting Foster Care Approach

    Despite Pandemic Holdups, Christians Keep Shifting Foster Care Approach
    Advocates address COVID-19 fallout and focus on family unity.For tens of thousands of vulnerable children whose lives and families were already unstable before COVID-19 hit, the pandemic brought further disruption, unpredictability, and loss.
    Prior to 2020, the child welfare system in America had begun to adjust its approach. The focus among Christian ministries, advocates, and government programs had increasingly turned to prevention and early intervention for at-risk families to get the suppor
  • The Market Value of a Proverbs 31 Mother

    The Market Value of a Proverbs 31 Mother
    Scripture attests that the contributions of motherhood to our society extend far beyond the home.
    As Mother’s Day rolls around again, so do the memes and articles trying to calculate the value of the work that mothers do.
    In 2021, for example, Salary.com estimated the median annual salary of a stay-at-home mom to be $184,820, tracking “real-time market prices of all the jobs that moms perform.” Among these jobs, analysts identified roles like chief financial officer, logistics
  • White Evangelicals Twice as Likely to Want to Ban Abortion

    White Evangelicals Twice as Likely to Want to Ban Abortion
    Ahead of a possible decision to rescind Roe v. Wade, Pew Research finds most Americans and most believers hold convictions with exceptions.As the country awaits a landmark Supreme Court ruling that could overturn Roe v. Wade, Americans are conflicted about abortion. They’re not just in conflict with each other, but in many cases hold varying moral and legal positions in their own minds.
    A new report from the Pew Research Center shows that the most common answer to the question of whether o
  • There’s No Substitute for Presence. So I Uprooted My Family.

    There’s No Substitute for Presence. So I Uprooted My Family.
    How the conviction to honor my aging parents convinced me to move home.
    I don’t necessarily believe God advertises on billboards—but I had to wonder last August.
    My husband and I were sitting in a Chicago park, talking about our pressing responsibilities to our aging parents. It was the first time since the beginning of the pandemic that we had crossed the Canada–United States border to visit them: my mother in Ohio, my husband’s mother in Illinois. My mother had particul
  • Paint the Beauty We Split: A Conversation With Chad Gardner

    Paint the Beauty We Split: A Conversation With Chad Gardner
    On this bonus episode of The Rise and Fall of Mars Hill, we talk to Kings Kaleidoscope's Chad Gardner about faith and music before and after Mars Hill.
    Mars Hill’s music grew out of the same counter-cultural ethos that defined the rest of its ministry. Most of the church’s founding members thought Christian contemporary music was too saccharine and polished for their tastes, and what evolved at Mars Hill reflected the gritty and dark sounds of the city around them. But like many othe
  • Our Pro-Life Advocacy Shouldn’t Be Limited by Tribal Loyalty

    Our Pro-Life Advocacy Shouldn’t Be Limited by Tribal Loyalty
    As Christians, we must not let political allies selectively dictate who our neighbors are.
    This piece was adapted from Russell Moore’s newsletter. Subscribe here.
    From all indications, the Supreme Court seems poised to overturn the almost-50-year precedent enshrining legal abortion as a constitutional right. As expected, this does not sit well with those who support Roe v. Wade (which is much of the country, according to most polls).
    Some are suggesting this is a manifestation of a kind of
  • God Chose Moms to Carry Out His Plans

    God Chose Moms to Carry Out His Plans
    The Scriptures are full of stories spotlighting the vital role of motherhood in God’s mission.
    Though the American holiday of Mother’s Day is only about 100 years old, various cultures have set aside time to pay homage to mothers for millennia.
    For Christians, this celebration involves honoring motherhood through the lens of God’s revelation at the heart of our faith. Our scriptural narrative discloses the inclusion of mothers in God’s divine purposes from creation to new
  • UK Christians Welcome Refugees amid Frustrations with Immigration Process

    UK Christians Welcome Refugees amid Frustrations with Immigration Process
    The churches are willing. But the bureaucracy is weak.
    When Wai Lin Wong arrived in Bristol from Hong Kong in April 2021, one of the first things she did was look for a new church.
    “I logged onto Facebook; I searched Google,” she said, “and found churches with webpages translated into Chinese, groups of other Hong Kongers, and sanctuaries full of people like me.”
    That happened a lot, said Mark Nam, an Anglican priest in Bristol. As the Chinese government clamped down on t
  • These Homeless Ministries Changed in the Pandemic. They’re Not Changing Back.

    These Homeless Ministries Changed in the Pandemic. They’re Not Changing Back.
    The rotational model of church shelters was hit hard by COVID-19.
    Lebanon County Christian Ministries (LCCM) had to pivot to a new model for housing homeless families in a matter of hours.
    LCCM is the only family-based shelter for people temporarily without housing in its southeastern Pennsylvania community. Before the COVID-19 pandemic, the ministry worked with about a dozen churches, rotating families from congregation to congregation for two weeks at a time. But Bryan Smith, who spent 25 year
  • Stained Glass Needs Saving

    Stained Glass Needs Saving
    The oldest church windows in the Midwest and West are about to start falling apart.
    When Justin Dunn preaches about Jesus feeding the 5,000, he points to the stained glass window on the southwest side of University Baptist Church in Shawnee, Oklahoma.
    There, the gospel story is illuminated alongside the stories in the other windows in the 67-year-old sanctuary, which show Christ’s birth, miracles, crucifixion, and resurrection.
    “As a pastor, you’re always looking for a good ill
  • The Roe Leak Spotlights America’s Crisis of Credibility

    The Roe Leak Spotlights America’s Crisis of Credibility
    Abortion and the lost trust in institutions are two parts of the same problem.
  • Billionaire Who Invested ‘According to the Word of God’ Charged with Multibillion-Dollar Fraud

    Billionaire Who Invested ‘According to the Word of God’ Charged with Multibillion-Dollar Fraud
    Bill Hwang is at the center of what white-collar crime experts see as Wall Street’s biggest indictment since Bernie Madoff.
    When the founder of Archegos Capital Management, Bill Hwang, was charged in a multibillion-dollar criminal case last week, the federal district attorney said the Christian investor’s “massive fraud … nearly jeopardized our financial system.”
    The allegations come a decade after Hwang settled a civil case for insider trading. In the years since,
  • This Is and Isn’t the Moment Pro-Life Evangelicals Have Waited For

    This Is and Isn’t the Moment Pro-Life Evangelicals Have Waited For
    “Roe v. Wade” opponents celebrate the Supreme Court’s move to overturn federal abortion rights while raising concerns about the leaked decision.
    It’s the moment pro-life evangelicals had been working toward for decades. It came in a way none were expecting.
    A leaked decision to overturn Roe v. Wade signals a win for the sanctity of life and a potential blow to the sanctity of the US Supreme Court.
    On Monday night, Politico reported that the majority of justices are poised
  • Supreme Court: Boston Should Have Let the Christian Flag Fly

    Supreme Court: Boston Should Have Let the Christian Flag Fly
    In a unanimous ruling, justices agree the city violated the First Amendment by keeping religious views out of a space being used as a public forum.By hoisting 50 other flags up the city hall flagpole but turning down one Christian flag, the city of Boston violated the Constitution and denied a Christian group its free speech rights, the US Supreme Court ruled Monday.
    The unanimous decision declared that because Boston’s flagpole hadn’t been used for government speech but as a public
  • Truth’s Table: How Black Christian Women Resist White Labels

    Truth’s Table: How Black Christian Women Resist White Labels
    Q&A: Ekemini Uwan and Christina Edmondson discuss how a podcast-turned-book explores the struggle to create a space to call their own.

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