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Indigenous Thoughts: American Indians, Looking Back, Going Forward by Terra Trevor

2020-09-21T09:26:43-04:00

It’s Fall, my favorite time of year and the season when the teacher, educator, activist, Native American woman, mother and grandmother

Indigenous Thoughts: American Indians, Looking Back, Going Forward by Terra Trevor2020-09-21T09:26:43-04:00

I Know The Plans I Have For “Youse Guys” by Rev. Timothy Seitz-Brown

2020-08-10T11:57:08-04:00

In the #NewJerseyBible it says— For I know the plans I have for #YouseGuys... In the #SouthwesternPennsylvaniaBible, it says— For I

I Know The Plans I Have For “Youse Guys” by Rev. Timothy Seitz-Brown2020-08-10T11:57:08-04:00

Book Review of White Fragility: Why It’s So Hard for White People to Talk About Racism by Robin DiAngelo by Sister Megan Reynolds McClinton

2020-08-10T11:57:29-04:00

In White Fragility: Why It’s So Hard for White People to Talk About Racism, Robin DiAngelo takes a hard and introspective look into why

Book Review of White Fragility: Why It’s So Hard for White People to Talk About Racism by Robin DiAngelo by Sister Megan Reynolds McClinton2020-08-10T11:57:29-04:00

We Are All Interconnected: Update from Bangladesh by Rev. Kevin Stout

2020-06-10T10:20:07-04:00

The COVID-19 lockdown has already disproportionately hurt marginalized communities across the world due to loss of livelihood and lack of food,

We Are All Interconnected: Update from Bangladesh by Rev. Kevin Stout2020-06-10T10:20:07-04:00
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