Elizabeth Eisenstadt Evans
The power granted us by new technologies doesn't give users the power to regulate themselves. Instead, the platforms' relative anonymity means that people say what they want, whenever they want, without repercussions.
Global Sisters Report: In the gritty depths of the strip-mining South and in a university town in the Midwest, two Catholic sisters are working to create a future in which opioid addicts have options beyond the next fix.
In response to destruction caused by opioid addiction in the U.S., faith-based groups have partnered with labor union pension funds and other fund managers to improve accountability and corporate culture in pain pill manufacturers and distributors.
The "Time's Up: Catholics Demand Truth" gathering took place across the street from the Cathedral Basilica of Sts. Peter and Paul, part of a national series of such events across the U.S.