A Note: Backpage has contacted us since the clergy letter ran in a New York Times advertisement to inform us that it was their view that advertisements for commercial sex were still appearing on the Craigslist website. It is our view that any website or business, including Craigslist and Backpage, must take whatever actions are necessary to prevent others from using their business to exploit children and minors.
Almost 4,000 people of faith and values have spoken out, signing a petition to tell ESPN Christian does not equal anti-gay. Now, ESPN has agreed to meet next week with Rev. Debra Haffner, who started the petition, and a delegation of LGBT-affirming clergy. Join the campaign today.
Inspired by his faith, Jason Collins came out this week as the first openly gay NBA basketball player. But ESPN Commentator Chris Broussard said he wasn't a Christian. Tell ESPN not to allow anti-gay speech to go unchallenged.
In the wake of the Boston bombing, will we let terror divide us? Unlike any other time in history, we have the tools & people-power to shape what happens next. Read Valarie's Kaur's moving vision piece about our movement post-Boston.
While the moment of terror in Boston has finally ended, millions of Muslim, Arab, and South Asian Americans have become vulnerable. Read Valarie Kaur's piece on hate crimes and profiling in the Washington Post.
When the Supreme Court heard the case to repeal DOMA, almost 200 people across America offered blessings of hope during Passover and Holy Week. Here are some of their stories.
As soon as today, the Senate is going to vote on life-saving bills to prevent gun violence – including the Manchin-Toomey Amendment on background checks. Will you take 3 minutes to call your Senator right now?