What to do about the Israeli/Palestinian Conflict?

  The conflict between the Israeli and Palestinian communities has reached a new low level these past few weeks as hundreds of civilians are caught in this very militarized war that we are seeing daily in news reports. Presiding Bishop Michael Curry has issued a statement, the Bishop of Jerusalem has issued a statement and … Continue reading “What to do about the Israeli/Palestinian Conflict?”

Don’t forget our friends and relatives affected by the hurricanes

Helping Bishop Griselda and others in the Caribbean https://www.crowdrise.com/o/en/team/partnering-to-help-rebuild-caribbean-communities?utm_campaign=oc&utm_medium=facebook&utm_source=crowdrise An increasing number of my friends are wondering what we can do to provide support to communities in the Caribbean region that have been devastated by severe hurricanes this past month. As the media cameras leave and other compelling news stories occupy public attention, many people … Continue reading “Don’t forget our friends and relatives affected by the hurricanes”

LGBTI and Religion

Ending the war between religious leaders and the LGBTI community https://76crimes.com/2017/07/08/new-challenge-for-gay-activists-accept-religious-allies/ New challenge for gay activists: Accept religious allies Posted on July 8, 2017 by COLIN STEWARTLeave a comment As a queer priest reflects on his 40-year journey toward gay liberation, he expresses amazement at how anti-religious the Western LGBT movement has become, excluding and devaluing the contributions of … Continue reading “LGBTI and Religion”

Why the United Nations Human Rights Council Elections matter

Advocacy at the UN What’s at stake in U.N. Human Rights Council election U.N. Human Rights Council elections:   Why they are important to the international LGBT movement The Rev. Canon Albert Ogle Around 130 people gathered in a brightly lit mid-century conference room at the United Nations in New York on Monday, 11th September, at … Continue reading “Why the United Nations Human Rights Council Elections matter”

Public Advocacy in 2017

           Millbrook at Home http://www.millbrookathome.org/ Some of us may have seen FRONTLINE’s report on renowned New Yorker writer and Boston surgeon Atul Gawande as he explores the relationships doctors have with patients who are nearing the end of life. In conjunction with Gawande’s new book, “Being Mortal,” the film explores how the medical … Continue reading “Public Advocacy in 2017”