From W. Frederick Wooden, in response to the Supreme Court ruling on marriage equality
"Though sad I am not there today, being in Portland OR for the UU assembly, and after all these months and years of demonstrations and frustrations, I rejoice that the victory we all knew would come has arrived. The work is not done yet. Marriage is but one step. And the hearts of those who strongly dissented are hurt. Let our joy be tempered with care for those who disagree. Time will show that this is a step forward for all Americans. The work continues." --WFW
From W. Frederick Wooden, in response to the murders at Emmanuel AME in Charleston SC
"When I heard about the Charleston Church shooting I was both angry and afraid. ... more...
An evening with Joshua Davis
Friday, July 10
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