Monthly Archives: December 2014

Kumbaya

A few weeks back, while attending the Dallas Faces Race Conference, The Reagon family, Bernice Johnson and Toshi, spoke about the phrase “Kumbaya moment.”  If there was ever a time for a Kumbaya moment, it is now. Not the pejorative … Continue reading

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World AIDS Day revisited

Below is the posting I wrote last year.  Unfortunately, nothing much has changed.  In 2004, when our Council of Bishops, through the General Conference that year, agreed to raise funds for the Global AIDS Fund equal to $1.00 per United … Continue reading

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