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Conflict Fluency, Matching, Shushing: Taking a Leap of Faith

Today is day two of a three-day training intensive called “Culture, Diversity, and Change: Developing Skills for Inclusive Community,” we (UU ministers, ministerwannabes, and assorted ilk) focused on intercultural aspects of conflict. Do you know how it can be complicated … 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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