A webinar on Tuesday, November 14, 2017,(12:00 PM – 1:00 PM EST), will explore the topic: “Impact of Environmental Injustice on Low-Income and Communities of Color.”
I look forwarding to participating at the Big Tent, held at Washington University, St. Louis, July 6 -8th, 2017.
I will be co-leading a Workshop with Rev. Mark Koenig, “Disrupting Racism: Building the Intercultural Community” & speaking on a Panel, “What if the Women Left? Shattering and Reframing the Stained Glass Ceiling,” with Drs. Elizabeth Hinson-Hasty & Rhashell Hunter.
assault weapons ban, Congress, crime, Dr. King, god, gun reform, gun violence, J. Herbert Nelson, Nationa Council of Churches, PC USA, President, press conference, religious leaders, Sandy Hook Elementary School, U.S., Washington
God is Love: A Statement on Gun Violence in the United States
My column “Immigrant Women and the Church” is a repost from the Feminist Studies in Religion website. It was originally posted on Nov 5, 2012
In our globalizing world, people constantly move from one place to another. Within the United States, we have immigrants from all over the world who are immigrating into America for a new life. As immigrants come, they find many cultural, social, language and religious differences separating themselves from opportunity. Continue reading
The following blog series are contributions from the panel on the status of women in church and society held at the September 2012 Social Ethics Network (SEN) meeting of the Presbyterian Church, USA. Continue reading
By Peggy L. Shriver
This must be a great time to be an ethicist. Most big issues seem to revolve around either love or money– if you prefer, call it sex or power. And our society is currently terribly conflicted and confused about both of them. Since we are about to discuss the economy and taxation this morning, I’ll sketch a few comments about money. Continue reading