Category Archives: Social Justice

When the pot boils over

How often do we see someone lash out in anger over an act they perceive as against them? In reading the news, we see it’s pretty frequent. Road rage comes to mind. But what about the kind that stews for … Continue reading

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Want to bet?

School is out (cue kids yelling, “Yay!”). And, actually, a lot of parents may be breathing a sigh of relief, too, because no school means no school shootings. The young people with March for our Lives are spending their summer … Continue reading

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The road downhill

These past weeks have felt like an old movie, Experiment in Terror. (Ross Martin is a killer who continually calls and threatens Lee Remick, a bank teller. If she doesn’t steal money from her bank, he’ll get her and the … Continue reading

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The big day

Are you going? The lead partners of this action are calling upon participants to wear white—as a striking visual symbol that will also connect attendees in solidarity to each-other and channel historic social justice movements unified by one color of … Continue reading

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Don’t miss this family event!

Everyone knows what is happening to immigrant children under the “protection” of the United States government. The Nazis told families that their children were being taken for a bath, but they were murdered. Eerily, we’re telling the same lie and … Continue reading

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And?

It’s easy today to feel powerless—or worse—hopeless with the incredible information and bad news coming at us.       Instead of feeling that way, we should think, “And millions of people are working to make this a better place.” … Continue reading

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We can’t let up now

Big news: We’re hitting the road! This summer, we’re piling on a bus and making stops across America to get young people educated, registered, and motivated to vote. We call it March For Our Lives: Road to Change. Our first … Continue reading

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