By Mary E. Hunt Originally published in Religion Dispatches September 3, 2020. The facts do not seem to be in dispute: a man from Vitória, Espírito Santo, Brazil raped his ten-year-old niece. By the time her pregnancy was discovered, her local jurisdiction declared that she was four days over the limit and the fetus was […]
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Reflection from a Wesley Theological Seminary Intern By Techika Rhodes I have served as a WATER staff associate for the last year through Wesley Theological Seminary’s Practice of Ministry and Mission program. It has been both a transformative and enlightening process. There have been many important lessons that I have learned along the way and […]
A Reflection from a Mennonite Voluntary Service Intern By Laura Carr-Pries I came to WATER in January 2020 through the Mennonite Voluntary Service program. As we transitioned to working from home in March, I spent more of my time working remotely than in person. I am very grateful for the time that I spent in […]
Over 300 (final number to come) Catholic theologians, human rights activists, and community leaders have signed a statement that outlines strong concerns about the State Department’s Commission on Unalienable Rights draft report
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