Archive | Restorative Justice

Resistance, Resiliency & Revival | Ashon Crawley & Rev. Dr. William J. Barber, II

It’s Black History month in the United States. Our new President has rolled out some truly terrifying Executive Orders his first dozen days in office. If you have a pulse you’re doubtless aware, so I won’t take up pixels enumerating them here – ’cause this post isn’t about him. These orders – with their policy and […]

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God is Born Again: The Advent of Us

“And so this is Christmas,” John Lennon once sang. In the familiarity that comes with rote observance, do we ever pause to think about how strange this season is? I think we’re noticing this year. As we celebrate the advent of a refugee mother and her partner, and their problematic, prophesied, poverty-crushing, progeny, I can’t help but think […]

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