You're Doing It Right Now

Recently, on our Facebook feed, we posted a meme that said, “If you’ve ever wondered what you’d do during slavery, the Holocaust, or Civil Rights movement; you’re doing it right now”. Someone trolling the page commented that we should stay out of politics, and that we are called “Unity, not dis-Unity ”. Unity, defined, is “the state of being in harmony.” But harmony cannot exist side-by-side with war; harmony is not synonymous with “complicit.” The state of being in harmony

What We Stand For

2016 was as contentious a year in the life of this nation as I have experienced, at least since the late 60’s/early 70s, in the waning days of the Vietnam War, and the waxing days of the Civil Rights and Women’s Movement. We appear to be as polarized a society as we have ever been, and unlike many inaugural years following election years, there does not seem to be an end in sight. There is not a sense of “Well, now we’ve all agreed on a government, so let’s get to work” as