Jadine Johnson

Jadine was born and raised in Atlanta, GA. She currently lives in Washington, DC where she works as an education justice attorney at a national civil rights organization. Give her a shout on twitter: @JadineJustice
In this Feb. 25, 2016 photo, Kimberly Gunn holds a picture of Greg Gunn, her brother who was killed in a shooting incident, on the property where he was shot in Montgomery, Ala. Police officials said Officer A.C. Smith thought Greg Gunn looked suspicious walking in a residential neighborhood. Gunn was walking home from a friend's house a few blocks away. (Albert Cesare/The Montgomery Advertiser via AP) MANDATORY CREDIT

Greg Gunn and the Resurrection

It is in and through the resurrection that our hope in suffering is found—that Jesus died for my sins so that I might live and have eternal life

The Poor: The Christian’s Mirror

Given the grand jury’s decision re: the Michael Ferguson case, we had a civil rights attorney who worked in the Deep South for nearly five years reflect on Ferguson. Though media have moved on from that city, we still have much to mourn for, to learn, and to rejoice in.