As America watches its supply of housing considered "affordable" for low-income families shrink by an estimated 60 percent since 2010, the Archdiocese of Denver is doing something about it by opening a new "Guadalupe Apartments" complex of affordable studio, one- and two-bedroom units, while continuing to run a 60-bed "Guadalupe Shelter" for the homeless on the same site.
M.O. suffered harassment for many years, her rights being violated by her teachers A federal lawsuit was filed by American Atheists in U.S. District Court for Texas' Southern District. The suit was filed on behalf of “M.O.,” a teenager who complained of long-term harassment by school officials. They did so as she remained seated when […]
Last night President Trump ordered the State Department to cease funding ineffective relief efforts at the UN for Christians and religious minorities in the Middle East. Effective yesterday, America will provide direct support to persecuted communities through USAID. Further, the U.S. will work closely with faith-based groups and private organizations to help those persecuted for their faith.
Roston co-founded the Glacier Jewish Community/B’nai Shalom Montana Jewish community when her family made the move from New Jersey to Whitefish in 2014. The quiet and peaceful life she expected was suddenly — and violently — disturbed last December.
The Israeli government has suspended a plan to create a database of the names of all Jewish college students in the U.S., Haaretz reported. The plan was scuttled after Haaretz released an article detailing the controversial initiative.The company that was supposed to run the initiative, Mosaic United, is run by Israel’s Ministry of Defense.Hillel International, the largest Jewish student organization in the world, released a statement saying that Mosaic United had agreed to stop the database plan after hearing Hillel’s concerns.“We believe the initiative in this tender is not in...