One of the silver linings of virtual church is that distance and expense are no longer impediments to participating in denominational events like General Assembly (GA). … read more.
Topic: Beloved Community
Each June, we celebrate Flower Communion, the uniquely Unitarian Universalist celebration of beauty, human uniqueness, diversity, and community. It is also a time when we … read more.
Michelle S. Johnson will discuss the TRHT Historical and Cultural Landscape Project and highlight Kalamazoo Couty locations with significant layers of cultural empowerment. Black, Latinidad, and … read more.
The human quest for belonging can sometimes lead us to ‘ideological bunkers’ where we start dividing the world into ‘us’ versus ‘them’. This dichotomy destroys our … read more.
In 1946, eighty-seven culturally diverse residents established the Metropolitan Kalamazoo Branch of the NAACP to mirror the national mission to advocate for equality, civil rights, voter … read more.
The Polish-born American Rabbi Abraham Heschel wrote, “Racism is man’s gravest threat to man.” Racism is and always has been the gravest threat to America. What are … read more.