“Cyntoia Brown received clemency!
While we still have much work to do to change our justice system, we are celebrating this victory.
Thanks to all who organized for this win, and thanks to Cyntoia Brown for never giving up!” – From the UUA Facebook
Rev. Michael J. Crumpler reflects on his presence at Dr. Christine Ford’s testimony and how we all are witnessing a monster, but through affirming the worth and dignity of victims, we diminish the power of monsters and create survivors. Through truth survivors can be set free.
“The earth is filled with magnificent diversity of which I am a small piece. May I remember I am a part of the spectacular beauty of a diverse world dependent on that diversity—my existence—for its survival.”
This article includes a prayer but also links to justice both spiritual and not. As well as a link to purchase the poster below.
The racial profiling, police brutality, voting restrictions, and mass imprisonment of African Americans and other people of African Descent not just in the United States, but around the world, is a moral outrage. As Unitarian Universalists, our dedication to global justice, equity, and dignity leads us to join hands across lines of race, class, age, and geography and work for an end to the injustices faced by black people in our communities, so that every person is treated equally.
This UN Event is important to us all. For those who cannot go there is a link on the page to Live stream on Tuesday November 3, 2015.