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I spent time feeling embarrassed—that somehow I had failed—because I had filed for divorce. It’s been over nine years now, and I wake up every single day happy with my decision.
No Longer Claiming "Divorced"
The call to live up to our most deeply-held values, to push forward on the journey towards the Beloved Community, is both clear and challenging.
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At its one-year anniversary, Love Resists asks, "How you have resisted hate this past year?" Share on social media using #LoveResists.
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Sandra Lopez is currently living in sanctuary in Two Rivers Unitarian Universalist in Carbondale, Colorado. She shares her perspective on the injustice of her situation in this video from Democracy Now: "Here I am. I am an honest, hard-working immigrant, raising my voice for those 11 million immigrants...who have come here with dreams of getting ahead. And we have never lost that dignity of defending our human rights, because we love our children, we love being free and having peace and freedom."
Black Lives Matter to Unitarian Universalists.