Arts & Culture FilmErika RasmussenSeptember 18, 2020
A Confederate family kidnaps the film’s Black protagonist, Veronica Henley, a modern-day sociologist and New York Times bestselling author played by Janelle Monáe—and enslaves her in the “past.”
Politics & Society DispatchesErika RasmussenSeptember 16, 2020
Krisanne Vaillancourt Murphy: “The death penalty serves as a sort of litmus test for how our nation is making progress to either dismantle or uphold racism.”
Politics & Society NewsErika RasmussenSeptember 10, 2020
Sister Mary Haddad on coronavirus vaccine: “It is our belief that all people regardless of immigration status—whether they be refugees or asylum seekers held in immigration centers—must be included in each priority population group.”
Politics & Society DispatchesErika RasmussenSeptember 09, 2020
While deaths at the hands of police make headlines, the problem of implicit bias in policing and security for most Black Americans is experienced as a daily psychic burden.
Faith DispatchesErika RasmussenAugust 31, 2020
At the first-ever OSV Innovation Challenge’s virtual Demo Day, three Catholic enterprises walked away with $100,000. Here’s how they plan to support the mission of the church.