While the Catholic Church has generally been viewed as having unified opposition to LGBT rights, recent harsh laws have sparked debate among bishops from different countries.
Archive for February, 2014
Under current law, “you can make anything look good from a civil rights perspective.”
In the right food environment, shoppers with LINK (food stamp) cards consistently make healthy choices.
Faculty call for pay increases, promotion opportunities, and shared governance in the name of serving marginalized students.
Elizabeth Peratrovich, an Alaska Native woman, helped pass the United States’ first anti-discrimination law 69 years ago this month.
Lisa Reiter, Director of Campus Ministry, reflects on a recent experience talking with a homeless man on the ‘L’.
Chicago-based United is switching to a more environmentally friendly, recyclable alternative.
Employees’ termination three days before Christmas after participating in national minimum wage strike raised objections from labor advocates.
An interactive mapping tool identifies which neighborhoods have very few cars, a useful tool for community advocates when discussing how best to distribute resources.
Phoenix columnist Dominic Lynch discusses the recently announced 2.5% tuition increase for the 2014-2015 academic year.