Kelly Escobar
02 January 2020

Kelly Escobar, Columbus homemaker, was in the throes of United States’ Independence Day on July 4, 2019, yet feeling helpless because of the news that U.S. detention camps were turning people away who  were trying to donate necessities...

A pill bottle with white pills spilling out
01 January 2020

Back in October at the historic federal opioid lawsuit in Cleveland, Cardinal Health and other opioid distributors were several hours away from opening statements. But then a settlement was reached by two Ohio...

Miriam Vargas
05 December 2019

The United States has a history of churches offering sanctuary to people without papers.

In the early 1980’s, American churches provided safe haven for Central American refugees fleeing civil conflict.Forty years later, the...

Women holding banner about closing SOA and yelling
17 November 2019

This year, hundreds will gather at the gates of the School of Americas (SOA)/The Western Hemisphere Institute for Security Cooperation (WHINSEC) at Fort Benning, Georgia from November 15-17, as Latin America again experiences violent...

A table with memorial items from Bobbie Simpson and a table with the logo from 1DIVINELINE2HEALTH
29 October 2019

The good news

As 2019 is coming to an end, the 1DIVINELINE2HEALTH Love Tribe survived purely on faith, hope, and love. These key ingredients expose the human suffering on Sullivant Avenue by sounding the trumpet...

Syringe and pills
24 October 2019

To Whom it May Concern:

In October of 2017, President Trump declared the opioid crisis a public health emergency. Ever since, the Trump Administration has applied an all-of-government type approach to the...


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