Tag Archives: Religion

Taking a Stand

On Friday April 30, 2010, the YWCA launched it’s  third annual nation wide “Stand Against Racism” event. The message was a reminder that racism (defined as predjudice plus power) still exits in our communities and in the society at large.  … Continue reading

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Carter Op-ed

By Michael Carter, Diversity Officer, Mission Hospital Around this time of year, I get caught up with one question.  How can different ways of seeing and believing bring us together – whether it’s love of the earth, love of ourselves, … Continue reading

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Lessons From The Past

Just when I thought it couldn’t get any worse in Tuscon, Arizona Govenor Jan Brewer has done it again!  She is nothing if not consistent. Gov. Brewer has signed a bill targeting one school district’s ethinc studies program, ignoring condemnation … Continue reading

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