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Numinous and Concrete
T. Thorn Coyle Jan 14, 2015
Talk of peace all too often fails to become talk of justice.
Numinous and Concrete
T. Thorn Coyle Dec 17, 2014
Whether it is personal spiritual practice, community building, or justice of all kinds, we can stop thinking “Go big or go home” and start thinking “What is one thing I can do today?”
Numinous and Concrete
T. Thorn Coyle Nov 25, 2014
The rallying cry of "Black Lives Matter" is important because, within these systems, they clearly don’t. Black lives, in the United States, only matter to the systems of capitalism and imperialism as resources to be exploited and cast off.
T. Thorn Coyle Nov 12, 2014
Challengers hold up a mirror so we can reflect upon whether or not we are living our mission, or whether we have gone astray. Challengers help us to examine our assumptions and see what else may be possible.
Numinous and Concrete
T. Thorn Coyle Oct 22, 2014
Welcome to the 6 month study group on Michelle Alexander's The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness. All comments are screened. Disagreement is fine. Incivility will not be to...
Numinous and Concrete
T. Thorn Coyle Oct 08, 2014
Acting toward justice is dangerous. To act toward justice is to willingly put our hands in the wolf’s mouth...
T. Thorn Coyle Sep 26, 2014
“The mass incarceration of people of color is a big part of the reason that a black child born today is less likely to be raised by both parents than a child born during slavery.” - Michelle Alexander
Numinous and Concrete
T. Thorn Coyle Sep 10, 2014
We have to allow ourselves, continuously, to re-enter the state of becoming, with open eyes and open arms, with courage, and as much grace as we can muster.
Numinous and Concrete
T. Thorn Coyle Aug 27, 2014
Instead of treating the formerly incarcerated as outcasts and outlaws, how can we find ways to change our communities and welcome them home?
Numinous and Concrete
T. Thorn Coyle Aug 13, 2014
We’ve forgotten we can love one another. We’ve forgotten that we, too, are outsiders. We must hold out our hands to each other across racial and other divides, or our souls will continue to harden and slowly crack. The rifts between us will widen, and then swallow us all whole.
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