In our current political, social, and cultural climate in the United States, it can feel like outrages and injustice are coming at us from every side, be it an unjust new law, a rally in support of racism and hatred, or even simply national discourse that diminishes groups of people and calls into question whether or not they are a legitimate part of US society. If you care about social justice, it can be easy to feel angry at these events. Anger is a natural emotion, but what is the right way to be angry? Is there a way to express the emotion that honors our religious faiths? Read this piece below for an interfaith perspective on anger, and the importance of channeling the emotion toward action.