How do I see things differently?

Coming home, I look at the world through different eyes thanks to our tour.  Touching down at SFO, I felt so blessed to have the freedom I enjoy to live with enough food in my belly, with safety, with privilege.  I remember my brothers and sisters who have suffered so under Jim Crow and slavery.  I think of the many in the USA and the world who still suffer.  As a woman and a disabled person, I am grateful to the heroes and “sheroes” who made the rights and accommodations I enjoy today possible.  I vow today to continue the work of human rights and justice for all.

What’s it like for you?

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Remembering Rev. Fred Shuttlesworth

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Thank you to our fearless leaders!

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What to do with blog?

So far I have just recorded quick notes and photos. Mary’s photos will be up on blog when she has uploaded to flicker. Ain’t technology grand?

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We’re home and on to our “normal” lives!

Our bus rolled into Rockville late last night. 12:15 AM. Cold! Sleepy and eager to get home, we said quick goodbyes. And now this morning I think: how did you all sleep? What are you having for breakfast? Are you hot or cold? What meaningful experience will we have today? But you are not here! I am so grateful for our caring and respectful group. How are you this morning?

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Fellowship and FOOD!

What great meals we shared! What was your favorite dish ? Meal? Restaurant? Here are some of mine.




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Day 6: National Underground Railroad Museum. Cincinnati , Ohio





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