The Interfaith Conference (IFC) aims to promote dialogue, understanding and a sense of community among persons of diverse faiths and to work cooperatively for social and economic justice in metropolitan Washington, D.C.
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Freedom, freedom, freedom songs freedom, freedom so many men long for what is freedom? is it just a word in a song is it a… Read more »
Over 400 area homeless veterans are expected to gather at the VA Medical Center on Saturday, Jan. 22, for the Winterhaven Homeless Stand Down, an… Read more »
Reporting on efforts of the Street Church, which brings ministry as well as services such as food to those in need.
An interview with Senior Minister Dean Snyder of Foundry United Methodist Church, as well as details on their efforts to assist those experiencing homelessness.
Writer Reginald Black attends the National Prayer Breakfast and shares his thoughts on the event.
In his best-selling book, What’s the Matter with Kansas? How Conservatives won the Heart of America, author Thomas Frank – editor of the sharp-witted Baffler, a small-press magazine based in Chicago – argues the working class used to vote Democratic but started crossing over with the rise of Christian fundamentalism and its “inverted class war.”
Want to jump-start your day right? Stop by 18th and K streets and talk to Alexander Archer, a Street Sense vendor. What a great guy.
Alexander Archer was born in North Carolina 60 years ago.
Mother Teresa once said, “The poverty of being unwanted, unloved and uncared for is the greatest poverty. We must start in our own homes to remedy this kind of poverty.”
An article about an increase in homeless funding from the government and its potential consequences.