The Too-Small World of a Good White Person

By: Jeanne Cameron (Guest sermon delivered at May Memorial Unitarian Universalist Church, Syracuse, NY, May 26, 2019) Good morning. I’d like to begin with a brief meditation on history written by the remarkable James Baldwin – History, as nearly no one seems to know, is not merely something to be read.  And it does not … Continue reading The Too-Small World of a Good White Person

Fly on the Wall: Zoe

By: Adam Sutton “Hey, Zoe.  How are you doing?” Mr. Francis asks. “Fine.” “Well, it looks like you’re struggling with #1.  How did American independence influence others around the world?  What is a key word for us to focus on here?” “How.” “Ok.  Maybe.  What about independence?  What’s that mean?” “Like it depends.  Sometimes it’s … Continue reading Fly on the Wall: Zoe

Fly on the Wall: Monika

By: Adam Sutton “I talked to your mom about your book choice.  She was a little worried. She said you read a book that you didn’t like in school last year.” “Kinda.  It was a poem.” “What poem?” “I don’t know.” “Who wrote it?” Monika shrugged.  “I’ve got it still.  I can bring it to … Continue reading Fly on the Wall: Monika