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A philanthropy grandmaster

A philanthropy grandmaster

The philanthropist who brought chess to New York City’s public schools dies
Christians are a highly visible presence in Hong Kong protests
The value of productivity-free conversations in a busy city
Anger over an extradition plan has revived pro-democracy protests—and clashes—in Hong Kong

In Hong Kong, activists, survivors, and mainland Chinese travelers commemorate the hundreds killed at China’s Tiananmen Square three decades ago
Two longtime NYC pastors, Tim Keller and Ray Rivera, meet to discuss the future of the urban church
Chinese blockbuster The Wandering Earth is a sci-fi spectacle with weak storytelling
Barry Black, the first African American chaplain of the U.S. Senate, receives an award for defending religious liberty
Ten ways in which journalism mirrors the Christian life
The Tribeca Film Festival’s top jury award winner focuses on a Baptist church