Category: Social Justice

Reconciliation Through a Fuller Story

Sam Trumbore | Nov 22, 2016

We live in a world with way, way, too much information.  The way we cope with this reality is with selective attention.  And a primary tool we use t...

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Changing the Story: Post-Election Reflections

Sam Trumbore | Nov 13, 2016

With big change, comes big uncertainty.  A new administration will begin January 20th, 2017, that isn’t going to look like the last eight years. Th...

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Voting Your UU Values

Sam Trumbore | Nov 06, 2016

What to say about this election has been vexing me all week.  Most of us are aware of the strengths and weaknesses of each of the candidates.  Each ...

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Americans Fear of Muslims

Sam Trumbore | Oct 31, 2016

I’m a big fan of the podcast On Being hosted by Krista Tippett who gave the Ware Lecture at the Unitarian Universalist Association General Assembly ...

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The Occupy Movement: Five Years Later

Sam Trumbore | Sep 18, 2016

Whenever I hear the phrase, “Mic check!” I’m back in the fall of 2011.  I see a big crowd of people gathered around a speaker echoing their wor...

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