Braver/Wiser Archive
Braver/Wiser Archive
  • Testimony and Truth

    It often feels like we’re shouting into the void. It was a gift to be reminded that sometimes someone is listening.
    By Jodi Cohen Hayashida | 7/8/2020
  • Heaven Broken Open

    The drag show was heaven broken open, given to us for the evening. Everything for a little while was perfect—and I saw the face of my God.
    By Jami A. Yandle | 7/1/2020
  • So Far Apart and In This Together

    I miss the way things were, and I know they’ll never really be the same.
    By Erica Rose Long | 6/24/2020
  • The House My Ancestors Built

    Our conversations about the history of our country—the actions of our ancestors—can be made new and relevant and understandable. We can and must have these conversations.
    By Heather Rion Starr | 6/17/2020
  • Claiming Our Names

    May we all remember how inextricably we are linked in this fight for justice and freedom.
    By Otto O'Connor | 6/10/2020
  • An Awful, Magnificent Truth

    My mother and father armed us with this truth: The world is awful, magnificent, and belongs to you as much as it belongs to anyone else.
    By Carol Thomas Cissel | 6/3/2020

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