The Supreme Court, Marriage Equality and the Church

We are anxiously awaiting oral arguments this week, committed gay couples seeking the right to marry will take their case to the Supreme Court. Religious groups are on their side, including my welcoming Unitarian Universalist Church, have signed briefs to legalize same-sex marriage.The faith traditions supporting marriage equality are telling the court that religions, like […]

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Privilege, Part 3

It is amazing how cities, not only in the USA but in Europe have streets and buildings built on white proviilege. So, on may last visit to my home country I was in Bristol with my brother. This English City is a vibrant hub and used to be an important port in earlier days. During […]

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