Tag Archives: deportations

Bernie or Bust, an explanation for whatever friends I have left in this election

I am doing my nightly crying bit by watching our fan-created, Bernie Sanders videos, from people like us, people who suffer and who have lost friends and family, and who have seen people deported just because, and people who die … Continue reading

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Identity and showing up

There is big brouhaha going on about Rachel Dolezal. The New York Times, in an article today about her, states that “She has professed an affinity for black people since she was a teenager, when her parents adopted four black … Continue reading

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Homily for the 3rd Sunday of Lent: Upheaval and protest

Today is the third Sunday of Lent and also International Women’s Day. We see Jesus the Jewish errant sage on a rampage, throwing the moneychangers out of the temple, an angry Jesus who is acting in a very disagreeable fashion. … Continue reading

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Oh to be in Austin…

February 3, 2014  Oh to be in Austin chained right here right now to compañeros fighting the separation of families baby from mother, father   sister brother, the cilantro growing in the yard behind the house where sheets used to … Continue reading

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