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A man confronts riot police during Sept. 21 protests in Charlotte, N.C., after police fatally shot Keith Lamont Scott in the parking lot of an apartment complex. (CNS photo/Jason Miczek, Reuters)
Politics & SocietyCurrent Comment
The Editors
The men and women in police uniforms are being unfairly burdened.
People take part in a protest against the killing of Alton Sterling, Philando Castile and in support of Black Lives Matter during a march along Manhattan's streets in New York July 8, 2016. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz
Politics & SocietyIn All Things
Olga Segura
Content related to racism and discrimination can cause issues like anxiety and depression.
Police officers attend a July 17 vigil at St. John the Baptist Church in Zachary, La., for the fatal attack on policemen in Baton Rouge, La. (CNS photo/Jeffrey Dubinsky, Reuters)
Politics & Society
Michael Pasquier
Why the slow movement toward racial justice in the church?
Politics & SocietyNews
Kevin Clarke
Father Bryan Massingale says that our national inability to confront the social outcomes of racism is a “spiritual cataract.”
Washington, D.C. Protest. December 2014. istockphoto.com
Edward K. Braxton
"Sadly, I personally know black Catholics whose personal experience has led them to believe that their black lives do not really matter to the church."
Protesting police shootings and racism during a rally in Washington, D.C., in December 2014.
Politics & Society
Alex Mikulich
How do we claim that we celebrate the fullness of human diversity if we are not passionate advocates for racial equality?