Millions of parents changed their outlook on education during the COVID-19 pandemic, opting to homeschool their children instead of juggling virtual and in-person school schedules that could change on a dime.
The past 18 months have been a challenge for the Mercy Projects team in Ukraine. First was the sudden loss of director Irina Skrypnik from pancreatic cancer. A few months later the Covid-19 pandemic arrived. Irina, however, had put together an amazing staff and recommended […]
An annual U.S. State Department report released on Thursday said discriminatory policies perpetuated human trafficking, drawing a link with systemic racism in the United States and abroad for the first time.
As church leaders around the world adjust to post-pandemic times, many are struggling with how to best continue ministry. And in Spanish-speaking communities—where families have been affected by COVID-19 at much higher rates—grief, guilt and an array of other emotions present further challenges.
Reuters and the Minneapolis Star Tribune each won a Pulitzer Prize on Friday for journalism about racial inequities in U.S. policing, while the New York Times and the Atlantic were honored for chronicling the COVID-19 pandemic, the two topics that dominated last year’s headlines.
For more than a year, Haiti escaped the worst ravages of the COVID-19 pandemic, reporting few cases and fatalities – a rare break for the poorest country in the Americas, which has so often been beset by misfortune.