1. The Conscience of a Nation: Remembering John Lewis, Civil Rights Icon and Teller of Truths (Harvard Gazette)
  2. John Lewis Was an American Founder (The Atlantic)
  3. The World John Lewis Helped Create (The Atlantic)
  4. John Lewis’ Legacy is the Right to Vote. And It’s Under Attack. (Mother Jones)
  5. Christianity’s Defense Against Tyrants (America Magazine)
  6. Secret White House Calls Helped Funnel Tax Money to Trump Preachers (FFRF)
  7. White Supremacy Was Her World. And Then She Left. (New York Times)
  8. White Supremacist Religious Group Takes Roots in Minnesota (Minneapolis Star-Tribune)
  9. White Anti-Mask Protesters Jeered a Black Pastor Demanding Tulsa Race Riot Reparations (Washington Post)
  10. Leading SC Baptist Denominations Unite for Prayer Walk in North Charleston’s Park Circle (Charleston Post and Courier)
  11. The One Word that Tree of Life’s Rabbi Refuses to Say (CNN)\
  12. How a Christian Summer Camp Ended up With 82 Cases of COVID (Slate)
  13. Better for Whom? The Problem With Increased Taxpayer Funding for Christian Schools (Sojourners)
  14. Tearing Down Evangelical Icons: Why Penn’s Decision to Remove George Whitfield Statue May be Good for American Evangelicalism (Religion Dispatches)
  15. Biden’s Bid Touts Faith, Courts Even Religious Conservatives (Arkansas Sentinel-Record)
  16. Texas Exempts Religious Private Schools from Reopening Guidelines (The Hill)
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