The Rev. Anita Hill Receives Lifetime Achievement Award

The Rev. Anita C. Hill was presented with the Chuck Lewis Lifetime Achievement Award. This award recognizes a member of the LGBT community who has given a life-time of exemplary service, who has been a pivotal example of moving the pendulum of justice forward for people of all sexual orientations, gender identities and expressions. It was first given to the Rev. Chuck Lewis in 2012. The Rev. Anita C. Hill is a lifetime member of ReconcilingWorks and former co-chair of it...
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Straddling Two Hashtags

Dr. Sharon Groves delivered the keynote address at Until All Are Free on August 1 to a rapt audience gathered in Hoverston Chapel on the campus of Augsburg College in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Dr. Groves, the former Director of the Religion and Faith Program at the Human Rights Campaign and currently working with organizations such as Faith in Public Life, framed her speech as “Straddling two hashtags,” referring to the Twitter convention of identifying messages with particular topics or...
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ReconcilingWorks 2015 Assembly: Until All Are Free

  Attendees worshipped, sang, studied scripture, and made plans for renewed efforts in support of full inclusion. They honored those who have come before, learning from each other and from partners in ministry, envisioning and creating next steps for ReconcilingWorks as an organization, and to worship the God whose extravagant grace is meant for all: “Where the Spirit of God is, there is freedom.” (Second Corinthians 3:17) ReconcilingWorks thanks all those who gathered in Minneapolis,...
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