Dawn Araujo-Hawkins

Staff writer

Dawn Araujo-Hawkins is a staff writer based at the Global Sisters Report headquarters in Kansas City, Missouri. Before coming to GSR, she was a freelance religion reporter and had also worked as the editorial assistant at Sojourners magazine. She has a journalism degree from Ball State University and a master’s in religion from Cincinnati Christian University. Follow Dawn on Twitter @dawn_cherie.

Email

daraujo@ncronline.org

Twitter handle

dawn_cherie

Articles by Dawn Araujo-Hawkins

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Global attitudes on domestic violence Mar 24, 2015 Story : Blog
We didn't invent social awareness Mar 24, 2015 Story : Blog
Catholics and "nones" equal in U.S. Mar 18, 2015 Story : Blog
Standing for justice: Pay inequity Mar 17, 2015 Story : Blog
Q & A with Dr. Carmen Mangion Mar 12, 2015 Story : Blog
Report on Ferguson PD draws uneven interest Mar 11, 2015 Story : Blog
Race, in light of Selma at 50: NCR archives and today’s documents Mar 10, 2015 Story : Blog
Crisis in Ukraine Mar 4, 2015 Story : Blog
Disproportionate prison population Feb 25, 2015 Story : Blog
In the image of God Feb 24, 2015 Story : Blog
Flaring Islamophobia Feb 19, 2015 Story : Blog
Rise of religious persecution? Feb 18, 2015 Story : Blog
Spot on: Immunizations work Feb 11, 2015 Story : Blog
Connecting in prayer using smartphones Feb 10, 2015 Story : Blog
Q & A with Sr. Dolores Liptak Feb 10, 2015 Story : Blog
Bearing witness, being church: Dominican sisters in Iraq Feb 5, 2015 Story : News
Conditions of religious freedom Feb 4, 2015 Story : Blog
Getting married, a spending racket Feb 3, 2015 Story : Blog
Digging into her spiritual roots: Sr. Marcia Allen Jan 29, 2015 Story : News
Q & A video with Sr. Marcia Allen Jan 29, 2015 Story : Blog
Global warming, still Jan 28, 2015 Story : Blog
Talk needs to catch up with women's advance Jan 27, 2015 Story : Blog
Food production needs paradigm shift Jan 21, 2015 Story : Blog
Q & A with Sr. Anastasia Lindawati Jan 15, 2015 Story : Blog
Human trafficking prevention efforts gain ground Jan 14, 2015 Story : Blog

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