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“Johnny Lost His Job” — Christopher D. Sims

More from Christopher D. Sims at UUS:E on November 4th! (For background on Chris’ trip to CT, go here.) Chris’ second piece of the morning was entitled “Johnny Lost His Job.” I asked him to perform it in part because … Continue reading

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As If I Did Not Work At All

“Because I loved my work it was as if I did not work at all.”[1]  Words from Donald Hall, a modern American poet born and raised in Hamden, Connecticut—my hometown. When I finally decided to use this reading this morning … Continue reading

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Hartford Faith Leaders Push Malloy On Urban Job Creation

Published in the Connecticut News Junkie|October 18, 2011 by Christine Stuart Hartford area faith leaders pushed Gov. Dannel P. Malloy Monday to include an urban focused jobs plan as part of the Oct. 26 special session agenda, but Malloy was … Continue reading

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