Tag Archives: Gun Violence

“On Point” appearance – December 12, 2013

I was deeply honored to be invited to appear on “On Point” with Tom Ashbrook for a show entitled “Remembering the Newtown Tragedy, One Year Later.”  Listen to the show here. Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post share via Reddit … Continue reading

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Meeting to Launch Florida Boycott!

 WHO: Community members and activists  WHAT:  Designing a comprehensive response to the murder of Trayvon Martin  WHEN: November 24, 2013 … 4pm  WHERE: Charter Oak Cultural Center, 21 Charter Oak Avenue Hartford, CT (860) 249-1207  The Killing of Black and Brown … Continue reading

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Testimony Submitted to CT’s Bipartisan Taskforce on Gun Violence and Children’s Safety

Earlier today I submitted the following testimony to Connecticut’s Bipartisan Tasforce on Gun Violence and Children’s Safety. Their hearing on reducing gun violence takes place at the Legislative Office Building in Hartford tomorrow (1-28-13). I’ll be there all day and … Continue reading

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Love Keeps Coming: A Christmas Eve Homily

I found Colin McEnroe’s editorial in the Hartford Courant this weekend very moving. He was reflecting, one week later, on the December 14 tragedy in Newtown. He said, “If there’s an elixir, some potion we can drink, it’s almost certainly … Continue reading

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The Spiritual Challenge of Newtown

I had the great honor of being invited to participate in this dialogue on the spiritual challenges of the Newtown massacre on National Public Radio’s “On Point.” Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post share via Reddit Share with Stumblers Share … Continue reading

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What Does the World Require of Us?

In the midst of news reports, candle-light vigils, politicians and clergy speaking words of comfort, conversations with loved-ones and with strangers, advice from trauma specialists, lists of what to say to kids in the aftermath of unspeakable violence; in the … Continue reading

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