|Dahlias on my desk|
I'm planning to visit congressional offices in September to urge action on nuclear disarmament.
Lutherans and social justice: Last week I met with colleagues to work on plans related to the new ELCA resolution on Palestine.
At the church I attend, we'll all be reading Between the World and Me by Ta-Nehisi Coates this fall, as part of the churchwide anti-racism initiative. (See: On Reading Ta-Nehisi Coates (A Confession))
And I'm excited about the amazing #decolonizelutheranism movement within the ELCA.
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Taiwan: I'm reflecting on a recent viewing of Edward Yang's 1991 film, A Brighter Summer Day, and how it helped me make sense of my time living in Taipei 35+ years ago. (Updated blog post to follow .... )
What's on your mind this week?