These faith leaders can be expected to continue leading the progressive charge for economic, social, and environmental justice in 2013 and beyond.
Issue Brief The election results in November were a sign that faith aligned with progressive values is alive and well in the public square. Likewise, the results underscore the rejection of religious and political extremism.
Authors Bill Ivey and Joe Romm discuss the power of words in politics at a recent Progressivism on Tap event.
The Center for American Progress's Faith and Progressive Policy team examine five issues that will drive conscientious voters to the polls: immigration, health care, the economy, the environment, and gay and transgender equality.
When taken as a moral issue, efforts to combat climate change find supporters across the religious spectrum.
Religious leaders take a stand against the severity of health issues and ecological damage associated with fracking, writes Catherine Woodiwiss.
The Nuns on the Bus Tour embraces one Catholic’s vision of a moral economy and rejects another’s, write Catherine Woodiwiss and Alexandra Scheeler.
Sally Steenland and Catherine Woodiwiss chide the mainstream media for ignoring stories of justice that are at the heart of Christians everywhere.
Interactive Catherine Woodiwiss and Alexandra Scheeler ask you to pair up historical figures and individuals with their quotes advocating for responsible capitalism.
Catherine Woodiwiss and Emily Farnell list 13 religious women who are changing the world for the better.
Catherine Woodiwiss reports on how faith groups worldwide are cutting their carbon consumption to highlight the injustice of climate change.
Catherine Woodiwiss and Sally Steenland identify 10 ways religion will influence this year’s presidential contest.
This week Jewish leaders across denominations signed a pledge with bold environmental goals, saying it is “a religious and moral imperative,” writes Catherine Woodiwiss.
Faith groups gather in the nation’s capital to push for the extension of unemployment benefits, writes Catherine Woodiwiss.
Catherine Woodiwiss showcases the many different Christian religious organizations speaking out at the U.N. Climate Change Conference in South Africa.