Keith Tyler, trustee at Simmons College of Kentucky, discusses the impact of younger generations on combatting racism.
World Wide Pictures, the film division of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, is exploring a new approach to “Christian cinema.” Its latest film, “Road to Redemption,” tries to infuse its characters with a sense of a spiritual journey, said Barry Werner, the film’s director of operations, in a Religion News Service article. “If we can […]Read More
A recent survey suggests Americans have a profound sense of connectivity to their neighbors, contrary to the popular belief that they are reluctant to lead a busy community life and spend their leisure time at home watching sitcoms or surfing the Internet. Over 100 million Americans volunteered their time to help solve problems in their […]Read More
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S NOTE: Roberta Gilbert, M.D., is a psychiatrist in private practice and author of Connecting with Our Children: Guiding Principles for Parents in a Troubled World (New York: John Wiley & Sons, 1999. 231 pages). >>WILSON: Many Americans believe we are in a cultural crisis related to families. You have written, “We are in […]Read More
Nearly seven million people said they belong to more than one race, suggesting increased diversity in a nation where minority groups are growing significantly faster than the white population, according to the 2000 Census data. Americans were allowed to identify themselves as a member of more than one race for the first time in census […]Read More