Monthly Archives: November 2014

What History Books Should Say About Ferguson

Originally posted on TIME:
When the grand jury decision not to indict officer Darren Wilson in the shooting of Mike Brown was announced late Monday evening in Ferguson, Mo., the world was watching. After hours of delay, misleading “Breaking News”…

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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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