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Reflections on the Election by a Progressive Christian Minister

I’ve just returned from Oberlin College outside of Cleveland, Ohio. It was there I watched election night coverage which left me nothing less than stunned. Oberlin College: a place that served as a way-station along the Underground Railroad helping to … Continue reading

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Providing Refuge: History Repeats Itself

It was a humid day. A slow, steady rain fell as we stood in the line. Some friends told us that they waited over two hours in this line. I suspected that because of the rain it would be much … Continue reading

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Reflections on Apartheid and the US Response

When I was a graduate student, I became aware of the politics related to the severe racial tensions in Africa. From 1978 to 1980, I studied at the Institute of Formative Spirituality at Duquesne University. My classmates were English-speakers from … Continue reading

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