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Category Archives: social justice
By Kathie Malley-Morrison The growing torrent of protests against the assaults on life and liberty being perpetrated by the Trump agenda are a welcome sign of resistance in the eyes of millions of Americans, including me. But we must remember … Continue reading →
In our country right now, frustration, anger, and fear are running rampant, along with the scapegoating that inevitably accompanies those emotions. But know what? If you are alive, you can make a difference. Millions of people are striving actively on … Continue reading →
by Kathie MM The value of empathy—putting oneself in the shoes of others, trying to feel their pain—has been recognized for centuries by all major religions and countless philosophers and human rights advocates. Empathy is seen as the major path to … Continue reading →
by Anthony J. Marsella To the many experiencing a diminution in their activism, and questioning their powers and commitment, I say: The better term is “demoralization.” Not depression, nor any other pathological condition. Rather a normal response to life conditions … Continue reading →