Faith-based foodies don't stop at kosher or halal in search of sustainable eating

Eco-kosher and eco-halal devotees are less concerned with strict religious approval than faith-based food justice. These ideas are gaining ground as more religious communities see the concept of food justice — the right to eat fresh, nutritious, affordable, culturally appropriate and locally grown food — as part of their faith's mission

How Ohio's Indigenous sacred sites became a religious flashpoint

Southern Ohio is home to more than 70 earthworks constructed by the Indigenous Adena and Hopewell cultures. But the mounds have also taken on significance for other spiritual groups, who say they should be open to all.