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Remarks at 2013 Hartford Transgender Day of Remembrance

We have work to do. Oh, how I wish we didn’t. Oh, how I wish we already lived in a world where the rigid rules of gender didn’t apply, didn’t matter so much, weren’t enforced with the murderous brutality we … Continue reading

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The Time Where Words End: Reflections on Humility

“Come, my way, my truth, my life, such a way as gives us breathe, such a truth as ends all strife, such a life that killeth death.”[1] Words from George Herbert, a seventeenth-century Anglican priest and poet; words that invite, … Continue reading

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Transgender Day of Remembrance at HartfordFAVS

On Tuesday evening, (Nov. 20), approximately 100 people observed the Hartford area’s 11th annual Transgender Day of Remembrance. Participants gathered at the Charter Oak Cultural Center and marched north on Main Street to a vigil at the Hartford Public Library. Speakers at the … Continue reading

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Pics from the 11th annual Hartford-area Transgender Day of Remembrance

It was an honor to participate in the 11th annual Hartford-area Transgender Day of Remembrance. I’m working on a blog post for HartfordFAVS and will link to it here once it’s published. For now, here are some of my favorite … Continue reading

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Decolonizing Our Faith

READING An excerpt/adaptation from “Queer(y)ing Religious Education: Teaching R(evolutionary) S(ub)-V(ersions)! or Relax! . . . It’s Just Religious Ed” (by Ibrahim Abdurrahman Farajaje, Provost and Professor of Cultural Studies and Islamic Studies at the Starr King School for the Ministry) “Decolonizing” [religion] means … Continue reading

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