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Tuesday, January 4, 2022

How some churches are working to alleviate period poverty

Desmond Tutu, anti-apartheid hero who never stopped fighting for “rainbow nation”
Reuters: “Like falling in love” is how Archbishop Desmond Tutu described voting in South Africa’s first democratic election in 1994, a remark that captured both his puckish humor and his profound emotions after decades fighting apartheid.
How some churches are working to alleviate period poverty*
Christian Century: Menstruation supplies are expensive — and stigmatized. So many people just go without.
Whose house? Their house: Just who was held accountable for the 1/6 insurrection is telling
Religion Dispatches: In terms of consequences, the primary focus has been on individual rioters.
How East London’s oldest halal restaurant survived the pandemic
Religion News Service: Halal Restaurant opened in 1939 to serve the needs of Muslims in the maritime industry. Over the ensuing decades the restaurant has changed alongside the rapidly shifting neighborhood.
A Vatican library shortens the distance between its works and its scholars*
The New York Times: Rare books in Rome are going online thanks to a German copier, a Long Island scanning firm and a New York software company.

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