What could reparations for slavery look like today? What is it like for disabled and elderly New Yorkers who rely on Access-a-Ride? Which neighborhoods offer children the best chance to rise out of poverty? Resources on these questions and more this month.
What is biblical justice and how does it show up in Scripture? What does the subway map look without non-accessible stations? What prevailing thoughts guide NYC child welfare policy? Content on this & more here.
This month, we decided to do things a little differently and sharing a list of books (and a podcast) from our Formed for Justice Conference speakers that are worth reading (and listening to) if you desire to grow in understanding and awareness.
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.
This Black History Month, the content we’ve curated in our Monthly Mercy & Justice Round-Up focuses on the topic of race in America. We hope you’ll read, listen, share, learn, and grow to love others better alongside us.