Leaders of these movements have written books that offer a sacred canon of texts that inspire us for the powerful year of activism that must come.
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"I’m looking to flourish. I’m looking to be able to be a producer of beauty, of knowledge, of lineages that feed the next generation."
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"Many feel anguish at the harm being done to our communities, anger at the failure of many of our old strategies, and helplessness for what we can bring as leaders to the times ahead."
I asked a number of faith leaders to speak about the current crisis in our national government and what they might preach or teach this week in their communities. The
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“Responsible. In Charge. Serious.” Rev. Dr. Marshall Turman Reflects On A Womanist Life of Commitment
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“Is not this the kind of fasting I have chosen: to loose the chains of systematic racism, and untie the cords of the yoke of endemic sexism, to set the LGBT people free to love and live in peace"