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SIDEWALK CHRONICLES: Consistent Peaceful Vigil is Closing Ohio Surgical Abortion Facilities

In the last SEVEN DAYS, three of Ohio’s abortion facilities [Cincinnati, Columbus, Cleveland] will no longer offer or perform surgical abortions. At this time it is not clear if these same facilities will offer the RU-486. 379 more words



I’ve never been to Ferguson, Missouri and know nothing about the town. If Michael Brown hadn’t been killed there, and if this recent furor hadn’t risen up there, I would likely never have heard of it. 540 more words

Social Justice

Sunday Services (September 2014)

Services for September 2014 at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of the Peninsula

theme: Belonging

“All those of good will are welcome to join with us in our individual and collective search for truth and meaning, in a community where we commit ourselves daily to honoring the inherent worth and dignity of each person.” 386 more words

Sunday Services

#Tzedakahstraightupnoice Challenge Day 7 - #faithaloud

When I was 12 or 13 years old, I had an injury on my foot that required a few stitches.  My mother called a family friend from the synagogue who was a pysician. 255 more words


Innovating to keep us safe

One-in-five girls will be raped while they are in college. If you don’t think you know someone who has been raped, you are wrong. While in recent years there has been an increase in the effort to bring public awareness to how widespread and frequent rape is in our culture, the problem still exists. 422 more words


A Unity of Fires: Tecumseh in the Time of Monsanto, Part 1 of 3

It’s time we talked about Tecumseh. There are compelling reasons to study this powerful brother. He organized a movement that was intended to block the westward expansion of the brash, young United States. 1,222 more words


SoCal Social Justice

by Mariah Shevchuk

An army vet, a boy preparing for his bar mitzvah, a school teacher, a Puerto Rican immigrant, the child of a Holocaust survivor (among quite a few Holocaust survivors themselves), an actress, a high school student, a writer, a clothing designer. 661 more words

USF Museum Studies