Ferguson

Articles

November 12, 2014

By: Leandra T. Lambert

 

I write as an activist seminarian applying a theological lens to parallel the struggles in Ferguson, Missouri and the Palestinian quest for a just peace.

This past May, I set out with a group of pilgrims on a journey to Palestine. We were twenty-eight women from across the United...

October 20, 2014

Danielle Dowd, joven misionera para la Diócesis Episcopal de Misurí, ha estado pasando varios días a la semana en las calles de Ferguson y San Luis.

[Episcopal News Service] Danielle Dowd volvía a situarse frente al Departamento de la Policía de Ferguson el 15...

October 19, 2014

Danielle Dowd, youth missioner for the Episcopal Diocese of Missouri, has been spending several days a week on the streets of Ferguson and St. Louis.

[Episcopal News Service] Danielle Dowd was back in front of the Ferguson police department Oct. 15, just...

September 26, 2014

By: The Rev. Mike Angell

The streets of Ferguson, Missouri, were a chaos that included protestors and clergy. Thursday evening, August 14, I joined with my colleagues in the Diocese of Missouri and clergy from around the region to walk down Florissant St. to the site where Michael Brown died. What struck me was the...

August 13, 2014

By: The Rev. Mike Angell

 

Michael Brown’s story is on our minds this week. Michael was about to begin college classes. He died at 18.

Young Adults and College Students across our country are asking big questions about Michael’s death. As with any death, the answers aren’t...

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