Andrew Wilkes
Andrew Wilkes

Andrew Wilkes is a concerned citizen and ordained clergyman who has built his career on a dual commitment to economic development and economic justice. He currently works as the Faith and Community Relations associate at Habitat for Humanity - New York City. He is an alum of the Coro Foundation's Fellowship in Public Affairs and serves as an affiliate minister at the Greater Allen Cathedral of New York. A graduate of Princeton Theological Seminary and Hampton University, his writing has been featured in the Washington Post, Sojourners Magazine, and

July 27, 2012

Hakeem Jeffries Interview: New York 8th Congressional District Candidate Discusses Education and Healthcare

An interview with Hakeem Jeffries, the Democratic nominee for New York's 8th Congressional District.

April 17, 2012

Sanford Police is Wrong to Accept George Zimmerman's Self-Defense Argument

The Sanford Police Department has a moral responsibility to the citizens of Sanford, Florida to thoroughly explain why they find Mr. Zimmerman’s self-defense argument to be persuasive.
Oct. 14, 2011

America's Next President Must Remember the Poor

Across the U.S., religious groups and people of conscience should exhort whoever our next president will be to remember the poor when making policy decisions.
Aug. 17, 2011

Assesing Obama's Urban Policy: A Lot of Words, Little Action

Obama campaigned as an urban idealist with a vision of reform and renewal for American cities. Three years later, he's yet to make the grand policy changes we need.