Dawn Araujo-Hawkins is a staff writer for Global Sisters Report based in Wichita, Kansas. Before coming to GSR, she was a freelance religion reporter and had also worked as the editorial assistant at Sojourners magazine. She has a journalism degree from Ball State University and a master’s in religion from Cincinnati Christian University.
Global Sisters Report: In this two-part series, Global Sisters Report is looking at the way black spirituality has shaped religious life for black women.
Global Sisters Report: Historian Shannen Dee Williams is speaking to sisters on the ways black women have been mistreated by predominantly white religious congregations.
For many women in the United States, Election Day 2016 was a crisis. Almost immediately, women began talking, planning and organizing on Facebook and other social media platforms.
Global Sisters Report: A judge dismissed the lawsuit of the Adorers of the Blood of Christ, which claimed that pipeline construction on their property was a violation of religious freedom.