Shaya French

Shaya smiles, outdoors. Ze is wearing a jean jacket and the ends of hir hair are teal.

Loved, nurtured, and radicalized by UU youth community, Shaya French (ze/hir) is a visionary fiction writer imagining worlds beyond capitalism. Ze is a member and board member of Sanctuary Boston and a disability community organizer. Shaya loves ocean walks, petting dogs, and candle magic.

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May we be active participants in the liberatory potential of democracy.

Reflection | By Shaya French | June 21, 2023 | From Braver/Wiser
Tagged as: 5th Principle (Conscience & Democracy), Choice, Conflict, Conscience, Democracy, Unitarian Universalism, Young Adults, Worship

We don’t need to understand why someone sets a boundary to respect it.

Reflection | By Shaya French | September 21, 2022 | From Braver/Wiser
Tagged as: Friendship, Interdependence, Limitations, Relationships, Stewardship, Worship

If this year is a "lost" year, then I am bound to live a lost life.

Reflection | By Shaya French | November 3, 2021 | From Braver/Wiser
Tagged as: #COVID19, Worship

In 2000, Carol Loscalzo was hysterical that the election of George Bush would lead to the end of reproductive choice in the United States. Nearing retirement age after a lifetime caring about reproductive health issues and working as a nurse and then a clinical social worker she wanted to do...

By Shaya French | June 17, 2016 | From News
Tagged as: Reproductive Justice

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