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Zach Hunter
Zach Hunter is a 19 year old abolitionist, author (Be the Change, Generation Change, Lose Your Cool) and speaker. He founded a student-led abolition effort when he was 12. Hunter has spoken at the White House and is featured in many books about human rights including Nicholas Kristoff’s Half the Sky.

Entries by Zach Hunter

Christians Suck at Grieving

(4) Comments | Posted April 9, 2015 | 12:07 PM

I have something hard to say to my fellow Christians. If you don't identify as a Christian, that's ok. You're welcome to keep reading.

Christians. There are some things we're good at. These things are ideas that most Christians agree on, at least in theory, and get right at least...

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In Defense of Me

(65) Comments | Posted July 12, 2013 | 12:56 PM

Most people want to know that their lives count, that they can do something here and now to help someone else. Most of us think that we're good people and that we'd readily defend someone else who was in immediate danger. But do our personal lives reflect this? In reality,...

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International Women's Day: A New Paradigm of Respect

(3) Comments | Posted March 8, 2012 | 1:08 PM

Today is International Women's Day. My life has been impacted by the stories of many strong and courageous women who have defended the rights of others, upended systems of oppression, and sacrificed their own lives and safety so others could be free. Harriet Tubman and Sojourner Truth worked to free...

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A Christian Ethic of Social Justice: Will A Bible Fill An Empty Stomach?

(297) Comments | Posted September 2, 2011 | 10:00 AM

When I was 12 I started a campaign to end modern-day slavery. I wasn't a theological prodigy. I was just an awkward, pre-adolescent kid trying to follow Jesus. I heard about people being bought and sold and abused day in and day out and I couldn't imagine Jesus being O.K....

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