Tag Archives: blacklivesmatter

Prioritizing the Trivial

Some people say you can’t make an omelet without breaking a few eggs. I know that’s not true because I make my omelets with tofu. But I might say that you can’t break systems of oppression without stepping on a … Continue reading

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It Ain’t Over ‘Til It’s Over

Whether we want to admit it or not, the fight for civil liberties is far from over in the United States, let alone in other parts of the globe. We can see that by looking at the continuing saga/drama in … Continue reading

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Come Together

It is all fine and good to address the hot-button issues as a community, but do we even connect over the basics? Do we even take advantage of what we have access to? In my quarter century on my Pagan … Continue reading

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Surrounded by allies

or, I love where I work. The killing of Black women and men by police, and the treatment of protestors around the country, continues to make me heartsick. So many words and emotions come to the surface when I even … Continue reading

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Racism, Rape Culture, and Pagan Events

–Shauna Aura Knight Having just taught workshops at three of the big four Pagan conferences, and having attended a number of large Pagan festivals, I wanted to offer a bit of context for how some of these larger events have … Continue reading

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