BlackLivesMatter

Join us in Solidarity in STL

I flew home to St. Louis Saturday and now am compelled to appeal for your immediate support on behalf of our community here as thousands of people of all races, faiths, and ages once again have been forced into the streets to

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Join us in Solidarity in STL

I flew home to St. Louis Saturday and now am compelled to appeal for your immediate support on behalf of our community here as thousands of people of all races, faiths, and ages once again have been forced into the streets to

Read More »

White Silence Equals Violence: Awaiting a Verdict

  This morning, here in Minneapolis, I’ll learn whether six jurors believe beyond a reasonable doubt that Dan Wilson and I are criminals.  The court case stems from an action protesting the execution of Jamar Clark, age 24, who died

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White Silence Equals Violence: Awaiting a Verdict

  This morning, here in Minneapolis, I’ll learn whether six jurors believe beyond a reasonable doubt that Dan Wilson and I are criminals.  The court case stems from an action protesting the execution of Jamar Clark, age 24, who died

Read More »

National Day of Healing

Dear Friends: Today marks the beginning of a year in which individuals and organizations will concentrate on bringing about racial healing and transformation, work that is being engaged in even now as this nation struggles with her issues. The so-called

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National Day of Healing

Dear Friends: Today marks the beginning of a year in which individuals and organizations will concentrate on bringing about racial healing and transformation, work that is being engaged in even now as this nation struggles with her issues. The so-called

Read More »

Fighting the Feeling of Hopelessness

    In a recent program on CNN, Lisa Ling, who hosts “This is Life,” interviewed people who were addicted to drugs. Some were black, others white, but all had the same struggle. I watched bits and pieces of the program

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Fighting the Feeling of Hopelessness

    In a recent program on CNN, Lisa Ling, who hosts “This is Life,” interviewed people who were addicted to drugs. Some were black, others white, but all had the same struggle. I watched bits and pieces of the program

Read More »

The Longest Night and the Growing Light

The year 2016 will be remembered by many as a year of divisive politics fed by hateful rhetoric, scapegoating of the other, and fear of the unknown. “Refugee” and “radical extremists” became controversial buzzwords. A new generation of American citizens, Muslims and

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The Longest Night and the Growing Light

The year 2016 will be remembered by many as a year of divisive politics fed by hateful rhetoric, scapegoating of the other, and fear of the unknown. “Refugee” and “radical extremists” became controversial buzzwords. A new generation of American citizens, Muslims and

Read More »

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Fellowship of Reconciliation USA (FOR-USA) is the largest interfaith peace fellowship leading the charge on today’s most pressing human and civil rights issues through advocacy, activism, and educational programs.

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