America’s divided soul
(7 minute read) Maddy Fry traces the polarization in US society to historic damaging changes in how people consume media.
Love not hatred is the way to end racism
(7 minute read) “There is only one race, the race of the children of God.” These words of a great Catholic saint of the 20th century, Josemaria Escriva, nicely capture how we at Adamah view the Black Lives Matter movement, writes Joseph Evans.
Editorial: The barriers of insecurity
(2 minute read) The walls we build usually denote weakness rather than strength, argues Joseph Evans.
Editorial: Down with the D word
(2 minute read) We must try to overcome division in all its forms, urges Ronnie Convery.
Extremes of forgiveness
(4 minute read) Abaigael Lorge says only heroic acts of reconciliation can truly heal traumatised and brutalised societies.
Celebrating what divides us
(3 minute read) Nicole Law offers a counter-intuitive recipe for improved social harmony.
The walls are crumbling … but oh so slowly
(7 minute read) Tribal enmity still stalks the streets of Northern Ireland, but Maddy Fry finds signs of a less fraught future on the horizon.
A greater MAGA and a better Brexit – towards true patriotism
(11 minute read) Patriotism involves recognising the limits of one’s own country and its need to be complemented by others, argues Joseph Evans.
When youth finds its voice: young Nigerians resist SARS abuses
(6 minute read) Patience is a virtue. But when it comes to waiting for the fruits of democracy, it's a virtue which has its limits, says Joshua Nwachukwu.
Faith in the workplace: how to build inclusive environments
(8 minute read) Lisa Fraser argues that respecting the religious convictions of a workforce is a win-win situation for employers and employees alike.