With anti-Asian hate crimes on the rise, we must redouble our efforts to confront racial hatred.
Dr. King would have called us to Reconciliation in all of its parts: confession, confrontation and forgiveness.
Trinity students, faculty and staff reflect on the insurrection at the Capitol on January 6.
Congress must move effectively and firmly to certify the election results on January 6. The peace and prosperity of our nation are at stake.
We take forward our sense of hope, our commitment to excellence and integrity, and our passion to ensure social justice in a world that needs Trinity’s mission now more than ever!
Just three gifts would make the new year so much brighter!
Let’s have a new vocabulary for women leaders: Bold, Brave, Bodacious, Brainy!
We will honor John Lewis in the ways we take up his call to action to work for the restoration of civil and human rights.
Dr. Monroe reminded us of this truth: as Fannie Lou Hamer said, ‘Nobody’s free until everybody’s free.”
Trinity students are engaged with organizing and advocacy for racial justice and necessary change in our nation. Our students are working to bend the moral arc of history toward justice.