Religion News Service: A new study examining Americans' response to COVID-19 shows that with the exception of white evangelicals, a majority of Americans are not comfortable returning to in-person religious services.
Sojourners: On the 155th observance of Juneteenth, a collective of Black church pastors and theologians released a theological statement to "emphatically repudiate the evil beast of white racism, white supremacy, white superiority and its concomitant and abiding anti-Black violence."
Associated Press: As the nation wrestles with how to do more for racial equality, Liberty University -- a school whose leadership has said it doesn't have a problem -- is facing its own tough questions.
Literary Hub: Marie Mutsuki Mockett on the intersection of justice and faith.
The Guardian: Almost two-thirds of people in capital identify as religious compared with 53% in the rest of UK, according to new research.