The American Muslim Civic Leadership Institute builds the capacity of emerging Muslim leaders from across the United States. Wesam Nassar produced AMCLI: My People with ESHMAWI to capture what the group is all about. Check it out here and click here to learn more about AMCLI.
Scott Warren and Emily Saunders: Facing Decades in Prison for Helping Migrants
This radio documentary was produced by KALW’s The Spiritual Edge, with the support of CRCC’s global project on engaged spirituality. Listen to it on The Spiritual Edge’s website. Most religions teach people to ...
What is the AMCLI Coaching for Racial Justice program?
AMCLI Coaching for Racial Justice: Using Coaching Skills to Deepen Anti-Racism Work is a five-week training program for AMCLI Fellows.
COVID-19 Proves To Be a Test of Faith for Believers, Churches and Communities
This USC News article was built off of a source alert “Spirituality in a Pandemic: A Test of Faith for Believers and Organizations.” The source alert has additional perspective from Najuma Smith-Pollard ...
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PC Magazine: Quraishi on the Possibility of Productive Online Conversations
Are productive online conversations possible? According to Amanda Quraishi, founder and director of the Institute for Digital Civic Culture (IDCC), they’re not only possible, but crucial. PC Magazine interviewed Quraishi on designing ...
Predictions 2021: An Uphill Struggle
As we do around this time each new year, we at the USC Center for Religion and Civic Culture (CRCC) are going to make some predictions for 2021. Even though the world ...
Transforming the American Sangha: Race, Racism and Diversity in North American Insight Meditation
North American Insight Meditation institutions, rooted in the Vipassana tradition of Theravada Buddhism, are often seen as liberal, inclusive multicultural spaces committed to welcoming diverse constituencies into their communities. The research undertaken ...
Mindfulness in a time of Dis-ease: Breathing through Cancer, COVID & Climate Change
This article was originally published in Mindfully Speaking, with the support of CRCC’s global project on engaged spirituality. My mind was racing. I couldn’t sleep despite the fatigue of the first trimester ...
Sister Mary Catherine Redmond: Connection, Compassion and Care in a Bronx COVID-19 Ward
This article was originally published in Global Sisters Report, with the support of CRCC’s global project on engaged spirituality. NEW YORK — In the first three months of the pandemic, Sr. Mary Catherine Redmond ...