How is what we consume part of anti-racism and social justice work? Why are we reading what we read, watching what we watch and sharing what we share via conversation and/or social media? What practices of information consumption and recycling pollute our personal, social and political landscapes?Read More
Interested in joining the movement for freedom from the emotional legacies of enslavement and racism?! Attend the Emotional Emancipation Circle Information Session hosted by our very own Rev. Monique Harris on Saturday, October 28th! Please note this session is held in an affinity space for black people and will be the introduction to an eight-part journey.Read More
Historically, and still today, it seems hatred and violence have elevated those who claim victory in the race of the races (or classes or genders or sexualities or abilities). Wouldn't love and compassion render all victorious rather than the majority of people on our humble earth defeated?
Spring carries symbols of birth and renewal.As we anticipate the transition of seasons, we open new possibilities to transform ourselves and the world around us. We often feel moved to "clean house", clearing out what no longer serves us to create space for fresh perspectives, practices, and presentations.Read More
Waves of resistance are rippling through the world. People from all walks of life are standing up for what they believe in, both in the public eye and the privacy of home. Yet how do we discern what it is that we are resisting? What guides our movement towards change and towards justice? Do the tools we use align with our beliefs?Read More