National Human Trafficking Awareness Month is an urgent call to renew and strengthen our commitment to champion survivors, bring justice to perpetrators, and work together to eradicate this horrific crime.
The impact and legacy that Reverend Martin Luther King Jr. had on the American Civil Rights Movement have endured for generations. So too, have the lessons he taught us as he bravely fought for equality and freedom.
As we gather with loved ones this Christmas, let us gives thanks for the blessings of freedom and be reminded of our responsibility – not only as Americans, but as people of faith – to cherish and defend religious freedom around the world.
With more than 150 people losing their lives to synthetic opioid overdoses every day, researchers at the University of Houston are working to develop a fentanyl vaccine, offering a new source of hope to those struggling to overcome addiction.