Monthly Archives: November 2014

What History Books Should Say About Ferguson

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“Know it. See it. And Love it.” Reflections after the Grand Jury Reveal

Last night I had the privilege of sitting with a room full of millenials at the Jail Support Hotline Office, a service provided to the St. Louis activists who are protesting nightly for the complete reform of the legal system … Continue reading

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White Aggression in West St. Louis County

In October, Love First, Emerson Unitarian Universalist Chapel’s Social Justice Team, made the decision to host a weekly vigil for racial justice in Chesterfield MO, a western suburb, at one of the busiest intersections of town, Boone’s Crossing and Chesterfield … Continue reading

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Why We Don’t Have Children’s Church Anymore

Why We Don’t Have Children’s Church Anymore.

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