Religiones Contra Trump

February 2, 2017 • Iglesia y Sociedad

As a faith-based organization, we work on issues related to sexuality, gender and reproductive justice, we deplore these hateful and intolerant actions that have been directed disproportionately against people based on the different color of the skin.

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Resistance and Resilience

November 21, 2016 • RevGalBlogPals

That grief I was experiencing over the death of Steven most certainly intensified the grief I felt on Wednesday morning after the election. If he were still alive, Steven would be less safe than he had been the day before, and perhaps even less safe than he was as a teenager.

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Why Faith Leaders Can’t Ignore This Election

October 18, 2016 • The Huffington Post

Sexuality has become a central issue in this election. As a pastor and faith leader, I believe that people of faith must work toward sexual health and justice in faith communities and in society. Silence in the face of injustice is simply not an option — especially during an election.

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Under Water: Waiting for the Flood (of Awareness) in Louisiana

August 18, 2016 • Religion Dispatches

I hope these will not be the only stories the media will miss. I hope there will also be stories of renewed awakening and commitment to the liberation of all people; stories of Louisiana finding ways to rebuild that don’t compound its histories of racism, classism, sexism, and heterosexism.

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Voices Of Faith Speak For Abortion Rights

July 18, 2016 • The Huffington Post

From the compassionate spiritual care of chaplains at abortion clinics to the millions of lay people working to end abortion stigma, religious support goes largely unnoticed. This contributes to a widely held misconception that all people of faith and religious leaders oppose abortion access.

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