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Aisha Ansano

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Rev. Aisha Ansano believes in the spirituality of food, the power of community, and the importance of self-care. She is the affiliated community minister at First Parish in Malden (MA), and a co-founder of the dinner church consultancy Nourish.

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Who We Can Turn To

Aisha Ansano

From Braver/Wiser
What happened in Charlottesville is nothing new. We know how to fight it, and it is done in community—wherever we can find it. Spirit that runs through...
Nourishing Our Whole Selves

Aisha Ansano

From Braver/Wiser
Our souls and minds need sustenance as much as our physical bodies. May we delight in the ways we find to provide this nourishment to our whole selves.

UU World

Greta Gerwig, a ‘fly on the wall for my adolescence’

Aisha Ansano, Abigail Clauhs, Hannah Roberts Villnave

From UU World Magazine
Three young ministers discuss Lady Bird, powerful storytelling, and hopes and possibilities for Unitarian Universalist ritual.


Reflections on "Lift Every Voice and Sing"

Aisha Ansano

From WorshipWeb
Martin Luther King, Jr....
Visitors in the Struggle for Racial Justice

Aisha Ansano

From WorshipWeb
No matter what tactics and methods racial justice activists use, the general response of society will be a collective head-shaking and tsk-tsk-ing —...
The Flawed Understanding of Martin Luther King, Jr.

Aisha Ansano

From WorshipWeb
The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was a radical. He was called “the most dangerous man in America” by the FBI and had a 17,000 page FBI file at the...

Youth and Young Adults of Color | Blue Boat

Losing Our Chains

Aisha Ansano, Elizabeth Nguyen

From Youth and Young Adults of Color
Aisha participated in this summer's Thrive Young Adult leadership school for Unitarian Universalist young adults of color. —Ed. The five days I spent...

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