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Column: Ancestors of Hope and Purpose in Black History

Many people might wonder why I write so much about the cultural experiences of Blackness on The Wild Hunt. Besides this helping to provide a clear understanding of my own Blackness, it is also a subje

7 hours ago

The Wild Hunt (Site / Info)

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Brandi Carlile

Heard this gal on the radio a couple days ago, must've been this, here, on Valentine's Day. Reminded myself to remember that name, and looked it up today. Her newest album, "By The Way, I Forgive You"

10 hours ago

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The Russian trolls indictment

Russia's foreign minister Sergey Lavrov using the Trump administration talking point to avoid the question about the indictment of 13 Russians for an attack on the US election seems about par for the

11 hours ago

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a city of stone

New York City is a city made of stone. The photo shown is of the Soldiers and Sailor's Memorial on the Upper West Side. From the image you will not grasp the intricacy of the carved detail, but you ca

17 hours ago

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Love Resists: Building Partnerships at the Grassroots - Feb. 20th Webinar

How we show up, who we are, what we are bringing and who we are willing to become in our justice work matters. We are excited to invite you to the next webinar from Love Resists on Building Partnershi

1 day ago

Our Stories - Standing on the Side of Love (Site / Info)

Column: Conjuring the Magic of Pagan Study Groups

A few words from Steven Posch has stood out in my mind since the summer that I heard him utter them at a large Pagan festival many years ago: “Pagans are the People of the Library.” Those words resona

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The Cost of Dissent in Honduras

Kathleen McTigue returns from a week-long emergency interfaith delegation to Honduras, where the government has been brutally responding to activists peacefully protesting the results of the November

1 day ago

Recent Updates – Unitarian Universalist Service Committee (Site / Info)

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San Mateo to Eugene, Ore.

We got up later than planned (and isn’t that how all our trips begin, getting up later than we had planned?), and immediately gave up on the idea of driving to Seattle in one day. Carol researched pla

1 day ago

Yet Another Unitarian Universalist (Site / Info)

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An Open Letter to Paul Ryan

Dear Speaker Ryan, This week, a 19 year old man with ties to a White Supremacist organization walked into a high school and murdered 17 people, wounding countless others. In response, you said this is

2 days ago

The Song and the Sigh (Site / Info)

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It was Valentine’s Day. I was wearing ashes.

Yesterday I went to church. It was Ash Wednesday. I didn’t go because it was an obligation. I certainly felt out of place. It’s been a while since I was in a Catholic church. But I needed a place to …

2 days ago

What's My Age Again? (Site / Info)

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209: Complexities of Civil Discourse with Wendy Von Courter

In this episode of The VUU our hosts chatted with Rev. Wendy Von Courter about the UU Church of Marblehead’s engagement with the complexities of civil discourse. A deeper examination of the situation

2 days ago

Quest for Meaning (Site / Info)

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Two Versions of a Buddha’s Last Sermon

In various parts of East Asian Buddhism today, the 15th of February (for some the 8th) is marked out to observe the death of Gautama Siddhartha, the historic Buddha. The occasion is called Nirvana day

2 days ago

Monkey Mind (Site / Info)

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The New First Repsonders

When I was a child, we had fire drills and tornado drills. That was it. No longer did we have the drills of what to do during bomb raids or, worse, nuclear attack, knowing that hiding under our desks

2 days ago

RevCyn (Site / Info)

Px3: sorrow and frustration

As I sat down to write this morning, I discovered a funny thing – a stricter poetic form actually helped me organize and work with my thoughts. I’m not sure I like today’s poem – a commentary on yeste

2 days ago

Notes from the Far Fringe (Site / Info)

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Michael Harner and the Need for Context

There is no question Michael Harner was highly influential in the Pagan community and beyond. Many people benefitted from his work. But he ignored the importance of cultural context. He set the table

2 days ago

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Nearly Forgotten Jet Crash Wiped Out US Ice Skating Team

The 1961 U.S. Figure Skating team boards ill fated Sabrina Flight 548 to Brussels.  Team manager Deane McMinn holds the sign, to his immediate left was U.S. Women's Champ Laurence Owen, her mother and

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Multiple reports of ritualistic torture in New England leave Voodoo practitioners cringing

MASSACHUSETTS –Two apparently unrelated cases of child torture and murder in this state have been attributed to Voodoo by the perpetrators, which has led to precisely the sort of negative attention in

3 days ago

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When Police Stand Their Ground

By Caroline Light: First passed in 2005 in Florida, “Stand Your Ground” laws provide criminal and civil immunity to people who use lethal violence to defend themselves when they are reasonably afraid

3 days ago

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Singing Our Faith to Life – Hudson Mohawk UU Cluster Weekend 

March 24-25, 2018 Join us for a song-filled weekend with Dr. Glen Thomas Rideout, Director of Worship & Music at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Ann Arbor, MI. On Saturday, gather at the Al

3 days ago

Unitarian Universalist Society of Schenectady (Site / Info)

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I've had some bad experiences in coach, too

Scott Pruitt, the tireless critic of the Environmental Protection Agency who President Topsy-Turvy put in charge of it, is of the studied opinion that it's "fairly arrogant for us to think that we kno

3 days ago

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