Monthly Archives: November 2020

Being Mindful Helps Us All

How Mindfulness During Class Can Help Students and Teachers Jena Brooker, The Hechinger ReportNov 23 Facebook Twitter Email Copy Link  (Martyna87/iStock) This story about mindfulness in the classroom was produced by The Hechinger Report, a nonprofit, independent news organization focused on inequality and innovation … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving Plans

CELEBRATION, CONFLICT AND CONTEMPLATION: DIGITAL THANKSGIVING ACTIVITIES AND LESSON PLANS FOR STUDENTS Thursday, November 12, 2020 By Christina Bartolomeo Free Thanksgiving Activities and Lesson Plans for PreK-12 Students Whether you’re helping kindergartners understand what feeling grateful means or guiding high … Continue reading

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Native American Heritage Use these preK-12 resources to explore the cultures of Indigenous peoples from around the world and strengthen students’ shared sense of humanity. LEARN MORE

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Gnosticism, Trump and His so-called Christian Followers

The Ancient Heresy That Helps Us Understand QAnon | On … › podcasts › otm › segments › a… 3 days ago — A Qanon believer speaks to a crowd of President Donald Trump supporters outside of the Maricopa County Recorder’s Office where votes … Continue reading

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US A.G. Leads a Politics of Death– not Justice

William Barr and the Politics of Death Shane Claiborne  November 19, 2020  General This week the United States will pass a quarter of a million lives lost to coronavirus, even as our courageous nurses and doctors risk their own lives to try … Continue reading

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No more American Idolatry

A More Perfect Idolatry Rosalind Hughes  October 27, 2020  Church Life, General, Politics The separation of church and state notwithstanding, our religious communities are by no means insulated from our current political maelstrom. Far from it. Late in this latest political race, in the … Continue reading

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Cheap grace does not come from God: Moving On from ‘Cheap Unity’

Moving On from ‘Cheap Unity’ Jon Mathieu  November 20, 2020  Church Life, Politics, Practical Justice Could our nation possibly be more divided than it is today? One side of the political spectrum calls for racial justice, while the other decries concepts like white privilege … Continue reading

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Will you support the relief efforts in Central America TODAY?

     Dear Kevin, Over the last two weeks Central American nations have been ravaged by Hurricanes Eta and Iota, leaving wide scale death and destruction in their wake.1  The global climate crisis is severely impacting historically marginalized Black and … Continue reading

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Will Biden Continue Endless Wars or Really Transform our War-Addicted Political Economy?

November 22, 2020Tomgram: Danny Sjursen, What If They Called an Election and Nothing Changed in the War State? Here’s the strange thing. In 2016, Donald Trump campaigned vociferously to end America’s forever wars and yet, as he fruitlessly fights departing the White … Continue reading

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What CIA stuff is Trump Planning to Dump?

November 13, 2020 RAY McGOVERN: What is John Brennan So Worried About? By Ray McGovern Given the uncertainties of Donald Trump’s actions as he faces a White House exit, the possible declassification of certain documents has the former CIA director … Continue reading

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