Tag Archives: Climate Justice

A different survival

Last week, Gracie, who is in 8th grade, called me from school, crying. Their class had just watched the videos from 9/11, videos that included a lot of the live footage, and the photographs that came out in the days … Continue reading

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When We Go Together: On Fear and Courage at the Border

We are not afraid. We are not afraid. We will march for liberation Because we know why we were made.* As our group of interfaith leaders came nearer to the line of Border Patrol agents on Monday, all while singing … Continue reading

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Extravagant Gestures in the Everyday

“The extravagant gesture is the very stuff of creation. After the one extravagant gesture of creation in the first place, the universe has continued to deal exclusively in extravagances, flinging intricacies and colossi down eons of emptiness, heaping profusions on profligacies with ever fresh vigor. The … Continue reading

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Mother Earth – Mother’s Day Sermon 2015

Sermon – Mother Earth When Unitarian Julia Ward Howe first advocated the “Mother’s Day for Peace” in 1872, I can’t imagine she could’ve predicted just how complicated motherhood would become. Although, as you can tell from her proposed title, she … Continue reading

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