CUP Alumni Bethaney Herrington starts non-profit Atlanta Harvest

Responding to Injustice with Lament [Prayer Resource]

Preparing Your Ministry for the Ferguson Grand Jury Decision

A poser I’ve been called that all my days

A CUP student reflection

Alumni Update

Kriss Marion (IV alumna from Northwestern) majored in journalism, urban studies and community organization because she wanted the ability to be involved in government and to help others be involved. “I really care about people having a voice and being … Continue reading

2014 Week 1 Update

Wow. Week 1. It definitely does not feel like it has only been a week! With all the things I’ve learned, the people I’ve met, all the prep for our classrooms, deep conversations, hard nights of processing, and becoming so … Continue reading

The Historian Who Unearthed “Twelve Years a Slave”

New Yorker article on historian Sue Eakin

#storychicago not a sense of place for blacks

Blog by IV staff

“and we’ll never be royals”

Blog from Austin Summer CUP alumni

Moving from the Status Quo to Sacrificial Engagement (on Trayvon Martin and George Zimmerman)

Letter from CCDA CEO Noel Castellanos (July 22, 2013)