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Sunny Sunday: Moving to Action

This piece is from Rev. Terri Stewart’s blog, “Clocked Monk.” It’s an acknowledgement of someone who is involved in doing some rather controversial work regarding civil rights and the justice system. J.D.

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4 thoughts on “Sunny Sunday: Moving to Action

  1. Making others uncomfortable is a way to call into responsibility those who capitulate to a system and then give it the “fallacy of misplaced concreteness”. We invent these concepts; we can also change them while acting like human beings, responsive to nuance and individual circumstance. I like the “shenanigator” portmanteau. 😉

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