Miguel De La Torre
Miguel De La Torre is professor of social ethics and Latino/a studies at the Iliff School of Theology in Denver and an ordained Baptist minister.
Persons of color much more likely to live in areas afflicted by pollution and other health hazards.
Justice begins with the plight of the poor, the oppressed, the marginalized, the outcast and the disenfranchised.
The Senate’s bipartisan immigration bill ensures that thousands will continue to die unnecessary deaths in America’s Southwest desert.
Poor women are collateral damage in a war that anti-abortion activists launched against Planned Parenthood.
A charge delivered June 5 to the 2013 graduating class at Iliff School of Theology.
The early church provided equality to women for church leadership, only to have -- within a short time -- the gospel message distorted to justify women’s subordination to men.
How some corporations and the rich use loop holes and other tricks to get out of their tax obligation to the nation.
Our planet has a lot of water, about 370,000 gallons per person per year. While this may appear as good news, the gross mismanagement of water and the short-term profit-seeking goals of a few are jeopardizing our future.
Controversy over a TV miniseries' casting of a Satan character is but a recent example of how color is linked to notions of good and evil in American culture.