What does it look like to work inside NYC's public housing system? How much of the subway system is inaccessible to New Yorkers with mobility impairments? Where can I find a biblical response to the complex issue of immigration? Find content that speaks to these questions in the Round-Up.
Who is New York City really for? How does our public school screening system contribute to segregation? Is there anywhere you can you afford a one-bedroom home on minimum wage? You’ll find articles that speak to these questions and more in this month’s Mercy & Justice Round-Up.
What happens once we decide a child is a criminal? How are people living with disabilities able to serve the church? Is eviction a cause of poverty—or a condition of it? You’ll find articles that speak to these questions and more in this month’s Mercy & Justice Round-Up.
Is affordable housing in NYC affordable for locals? Do Christians see the formerly incarcerated as people who reflect God’s image? You’ll find articles that speak to these questions and more in this installment of our Monthly Mercy & Justice Round-Up.
This month, learn step-by-step about what it's like to be homeless in NYC, hear from Bryan Stevenson about the problems with mass incarceration in America, gain perspective on the history of the Rikers Island jail complex, and more.
It's a new year, but we're back again this month with our round-up of articles, podcasts, and videos that have us thinking lately—including a talk on the gentrification of Christianity, an interactive city map of student homelessness, and an article on the hurdles to school desegregation.
We’re back again this month with our Mercy & Justice Round-Up, where we share articles, videos, and/or podcasts that have caught our attention lately. We hope you'll read, listen, share, learn, and grow along with us through these resources