An online publication written by and for millennials exploring the intersection of faith and politics.
An Initiative of the center for public justice
In this article, Christy Wauzzinski, an educator in Pittsburgh, explores injustice in our education system and calls Christian citizens to bring about policy changes necessary to ensure diverse schools to meet diverse needs.
For many single millennials, it is difficult to see how family supportive policies might provide a direct benefit in the near future; this requires a paradigm shift.
Over the years, CPJ has responded to the changes in understanding of religious freedom in the United States by being a key actor in engaging groups across difference around a number of issues and promoting both individual and institutional rights and responsibilities.
As Christians, we have the responsibility to not only care for children from fatherless homes, but also to advocate for policies and programs that provide them with the support they need.