At the Intersection: I want everyone to care about stories that aren't their own, that aren't necessarily what they think they could relate to, or aren't what they fantasize about being.
At the Intersection
At the Intersection: I've been thinking a lot lately about hatred. Though it's contrary to my religious beliefs, I do hold hatred for a select few people.
At the Intersection: I will not be sad to see you go, 2016, though I think I’ll be processing you for a long time.
At the Intersection: God is in control. It's a sentiment I saw Christians of various denominations express on social media Tuesday night, but it gives me no comfort.
At the Intersection: Our country is united in one way, fear. We are all afraid of different things, and our democratically elected government is unable to rank our fears.
At the Intersection: I fear that most of the men support Donald Trump want to return to a previous time of unchecked power.
At the Intersection: As we edge closer to election day, I see more people purging their friends list over differing political views -- and religious ones.
At the Intersection: I think now that both prisons and churches (systems, not particular buildings) should call people to recognize their wrongs and turn from them.
At the Intersection: I went to a neighborhood church and was reminded why I had stopped attending church with any regularity: I don't feel empowered by the message.
At the Intersection: A recent op-ed by a rabbi named Mark Sameth argued that the Hebrew Bible, "when read in its original language, offers a highly elastic view of gender."