Justice Champions, Presente!

Justice Champions, Presente!

By Michael Ramos Grief for me seems to be expressed gradually.  After the shock of my father’s death (in 1994), it was more than a week later when I burst out crying.  My father is still with me today.  Grief is a teacher: it can help us to more caring and more whole... Read more...
Become a bridge to each other

Become a bridge to each other

The building of a bridge.  It begins with faith. I see that faith embodied in our communities as they cultivate powerful connections, enriched by the leadership of people like Ms. Ortiz. Together, we are building community power and lasting local leadership, rooted in faith.

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Until We All are Free: A Post-Election Reflection by Michael Ramos

Until We All are Free: A Post-Election Reflection by Michael Ramos

At this moment, I wish to remember George Floyd and Eric Garner, Breonna Taylor and Ahmaud Arbery, and so many other precious human beings who can no longer breathe.  The protests in their memory and the demands for change are directed to enable Black lives to breathe in peace with justice, while never forgetting the harm that has been done and the grieving that is taking place. 

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