On May 1, members of the Lenape Nation of Pennsylvania gathered for a peaceful rally on the steps of the state Capitol in Harrisburg. They were there to ask legislators to give them legal status as a recognized tribe.
Advocates call for “an immediate formal declaration of the end of the Korean War and swift steps toward the adoption of a peace treaty to replace the 1953 Armistice Agreement, as a starting point for further progress toward the realization of a permanent peace regime on the Korean Peninsula.”
A group of nearly 30 students, United Methodist church members and pastors toured central Oklahoma to learn about the culture and mistreatment of Native Americans. The experience was sobering yet hopeful.
Bishop Julius C. Trimble shares a Black History Month reflection on three people he believes deserve broader recognition. "The arc of the universe may bend toward justice, however, this is only made possible by people like Claudette Colvin, Abraham Galloway and Althea Gibson."