Artist and Vendor Reginald Scott’s poem, “Choices”
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Photographer Joseph Young provides a photo essay capturing portraits of Trump supporters on the National Mall during the March to Save America rally on January 6, 2021.
To a world full of turmoil and strife? To a people not worthy to live But willing to die, Set in their own ways, and… Read more »
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To be invisible is my famous claim.
Parker shares her gratitude for God’s unconditional love.
Walker shares the importance of Jesus’ Light to the world.
Brother Jeffrey Carter explains how God gives him inspiration in life.
This is page 11 of a 13-part songbook accompanying the “Hell’s Bottom Congress Of Puppets” folk opera, created by Saul Aroha Nui Tea.
Williams shares her growth from her triggers.
When the storm come and the tide rise
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John writes a three-stanza poem.
Denney uses religion to give people hope and restore power to individuals.
Warren uses religious references to reflect on the state of politics in this country.
Artist/Vendor Sasha Williams shares about the joy she feels as her daughter, Eboni, turns eight.
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