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Notice Who Matters: The Readings from Many Voices (Part I of 2)

The following readings were the heart of worship this morning at the Unitarian Society of Northampton & Florence, reading aloud by eleven different voices.  With two exceptions, you can click on the author of each of the readings to find … Continue reading

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Just last night on Fox News the host of the show, “The Kelly Files,” Megyn Kelly, declared that not only is Santa Claus white, but that Jesus was, too. “Jesus was a white man too. He was a historical figure, … Continue reading

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Erasing Firsts Reinforces White Privilege

Earlier this week, my local paper printed an Associated Press article about a recent Smith College student who was awarded a prestigious Rhodes Scholarship.  This AP article was published far and wide and ended up on the front page here … Continue reading

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On White Identity, Terrorism, Radical Subversion, Home Visiting, and Love

On Monday, Joan Walsh wrote a compelling article on Salon, “Are the Tsarnaev brothers white?”  She begins with a discussion of a piece by David Sirota, written after the bombing and before the suspects were identified, that expressed the hope … Continue reading

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