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Passover Seder to Easter: Letting Go of Odious Orthodoxy

It was my first Passover Seder. Our host, Karen Kahn said it would be a celebration of liberation, not of religious orthodoxy. She and her wife, Patricia Gozemba have been warriors for many causes, from LGBT rights to clean air,

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Mai Poina: Why We Must Not Forget

Worth re-reading this week of so-called Columbus Day or what should be Indigenous Peoples’ Day. Past time for the Catholic Church to disavow this hateful doctrine. This guest post by T. Lulani Arquette, president/CEO of the Native Arts and Cultures

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