Tag Archives: Mab Segrest

Not Over…: A Response and A Call to Further Respond

Another compelling post from friend and colleague, Adam Dyer.​ Rock on and write on! It is more generous than deserved, but so it is with Adam’s spirit. His post, entitled, “Not over…” ends thusly: “So, I don’t have an answer … Continue reading

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A Bridge, Not a Wedge: Why I am Going to the March on Washington Tomorrow

Our job is to use love, anger, and imagination to show where to go, and laughter to keep us alive while we get there.  And we must not use laughter to make us endure what courage can change.  Mab Segrest … Continue reading

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Soul Searching Ahead: Unitarian Universalist Conversations on Race

Over and over, the dangers of oversimplification rang forth.  Participants maintained — indeed, they demonstrated — that all of us engaged in the struggle against racism and other forms of oppression — no longer need to fear or avoid conflict, … Continue reading

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