Just four miles from where George Floyd died and 30 minutes from Brooklyn Center, Minnesota, a Catholic sister is trying to start a racial reckoning in her church. For the woman helping her do it, it's a first: Never before has her racial equity group worked with a religious organization. But, if her recent business boom is any indication, it won't be the last.
The Catholic Sister Starting A Racial Reckoning In The Twin Cities
Sister Susan Hames is trying to change her church. "We're aware of how White we are," she says. It could be the start of meaningful change.
Jewish Americans feel targeted amid antisemitism, Israel-Hamas war
According to the Anti-Defamation League, reports of antisemitic acts in the U.S. have quadrupled since the war between Israel and Hamas broke out.
Korean Hanbok Day in America celebrates the colorful traditional dress
The U.S. is the only country outside of South Korea to celebrate Hanbok Day. Three states recognize the day: New Jersey, Arizona and California.
More Asian Americans do not identify with a religion
Even as churches connect immigrant communities, a new Pew Research study shows a decline in organized religion among Asian Americans.
Pentagon says US warship, commercial ships attacked in Red Sea
The British military earlier said there had been a suspected drone attack and explosions in the Red Sea, without elaborating.
4 killed, 3 injured after stabbing attack at a New York City home
While the details of what led to the knife attack are still unclear, police said they believe the suspect and victims were all family members.
Israel intensifies bombardment of southern Gaza
Many of the territory's 2.3 million people are crammed in the south after Israeli forces ordered civilians to leave the north.