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Ashley McKinless is an executive editor at America.
In All Things
Ashley McKinless
In 1838, Georgetown sold 272 slaves from Jesuit plantations in Maryland—men, women and children—to plantations in Louisiana, often breaking up families in the process.
Politics & SocietyOf Many Things
Ashley McKinless
I could not help but think: What if these were the images that came to mind when Americans heard Muslim refugees?
In All Things
Ashley McKinless
Today Twitter turns 10.
In All Things
Ashley McKinless
What were your favorite films this year?
Of Other Things
Ashley McKinless
For many people my age, the luxury of choice can feel more like tyranny.
In All Things
Ashley McKinless
The remedy to bad journalism, is more journalism.
Protesters against the death penalty gather in front of the U.S. Supreme Court building in Washington June 29. (CNS photo/Jonathan Ernst, Reuters)
In All Things
Ashley McKinless
A letter sent on behalf of the pope asked that Georgia's parole board “commute the sentence to one that would better express both justice and mercy.”
In All Things
Ashley McKinless
The self-described Democratic socialist was invited to speak by school known for its conservative politics
In All Things
Ashley McKinless
The ruling does not mean these families can expect immediate release.
In All Things
Ashley McKinless
How we worship cannot be separated from how we treat others and Creation.