Tag Archives: Jacob Needleman

Improv (for) life, listening for justice

Whether we are facing personal conflict in our relationships, or leaning into the harder conversations of our society – like those around racial injustice and sexual identity – many of us struggle to listen to what needs hearing and speaking … Continue reading

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Listening as revolutionary behavior

My friend and UCC pastor Lynn Carman Bodden recently asked a great morning-after question on her Facebook feed: So, rather than waiting for THEM to do it, what will you do to reach across the great political divide to get … Continue reading

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