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“From the Slave Dungeons of Cape Coast”

A Nigerian Presbyterian Reflects on the Global Slave Trade ***** AUTHOR BIO: Jessie Fubara-Manuel is the secretary of the Tumekutana Gathering of Reformed Women in Africa. She is a poet, an elder in the Presbyterian Church of Nigeria, and a … Continue reading

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#FergusonOctober

The revolution is now. Drums beating People marching Youth leading Mike Brown means we gotta fight back Elders talk Young folks walk Occupy Defy Never give up the fight “Wade in the Water” demands to be heard Heavens open God … Continue reading

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Preparing for the Journey

The following poem was written by Caryl Westerberg as she prepared for the Mosaic of Peace Conference of the Presbyterian Peacemaking Program during which more than 100 Presbyterians traveled to Israel/Palestine to listen people – Jewish, Christian, and Muslim; Israeli … Continue reading

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Revelation in Davidson

A response to the following news story. It was late, when she turned onto Caldwell, wondering if the kids were in bed yet, if her husband had remembered to take out the recycling. She was ticking through e-mails still unanswered, … Continue reading

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